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Bosnia: Healing the Wounds of War Cambodia: A Quest for Justice South Sudan: Ken Payumo's Story Colombia: Weapons for Peace Liberia: Women on the Frontline Global Trafficking: Waging War on Criminal Cargo Finding a Future on the West Bank Ban Ki-moon marks UN at 70 "In many respects, the world is shifting beneath our feet. Yet the Charter remains a firm foundation for shared progress.” — Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in remarks at the General Assembly debate on the maintenance of international peace and security, 01 Oct'15 UN70 Photo Gallery “We the Peoples” Founding of the UN United Nations 70th Anniversary United Nations © 2015, New York, NY 10017 Contact us UN Resources News Centre Photo Multimedia Radio Media Accreditation Television UNIFEED Webcast Spokesperson for the Secretary-General UN Library Follow Us Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Site Index Fraud Alert
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Score: 886590.8 - https://www.un.org/un70/en/con...-peace-and-security/index.html
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Bosnia: Healing the Wounds of War Cambodia: A Quest for Justice South Sudan: Ken Payumo's Story Colombia: Weapons for Peace Liberia: Women on the Frontline Global Trafficking: Waging War on Criminal Cargo Finding a Future on the West Bank Ban Ki-moon marks UN at 70 "In many respects, the world is shifting beneath our feet. Yet the Charter remains a firm foundation for shared progress.” — Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in remarks at the General Assembly debate on the maintenance of international peace and security, 01 Oct'15 UN70 Photo Gallery “We the Peoples” Founding of the UN United Nations 70th Anniversary United Nations © 2015, New York, NY 10017 Contact us UN Resources News Centre Photo Multimedia Radio Media Accreditation Television UNIFEED Webcast Spokesperson for the Secretary-General UN Library Follow Us Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Site Index Fraud Alert
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Score: 886590.8 - https://www.un.org/un70/conten...-peace-and-security/index.html
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South Africa: Voices of a New Future The Roma: Road to Inclusion Silent Shout: The "Most Deaf" Rapper Paraguay: Julio and Jorge's Story Akhtar: The Story of an Afghan Migrant Kenya Maasai: Racing to Preserve the Past Detroit's Water: Not Flowing Ban Ki-moon marks UN at 70 "In many respects, the world is shifting beneath our feet. Yet the Charter remains a firm foundation for shared progress.” — Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in remarks at the General Assembly debate on the maintenance of international peace and security, 01 Oct'15 UN70 Photo Gallery “We the Peoples” Founding of the UN United Nations 70th Anniversary United Nations © 2015, New York, NY 10017 Contact us UN Resources News Centre Photo Multimedia Radio Media Accreditation Television UNIFEED Webcast Spokesperson for the Secretary-General UN Library Follow Us Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Site Index Fraud Alert
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Score: 886590.8 - https://www.un.org/un70/conten...illars-human-rights/index.html
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Bhutan: Tsunami from the Sky Egypt: The Girl who Dreamed of School Togo: Lighting up the Land Somaliland: Changing the Odds Louisiana: The Face of AIDS in America Palestine: Breadmaker, Breadwinner Nigeria: The Edge of Joy Ban Ki-moon marks UN at 70 "In many respects, the world is shifting beneath our feet. Yet the Charter remains a firm foundation for shared progress.” — Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in remarks at the General Assembly debate on the maintenance of international peace and security, 01 Oct'15 UN70 Photo Gallery “We the Peoples” Founding of the UN United Nations 70th Anniversary United Nations © 2015, New York, NY 10017 Contact us UN Resources News Centre Photo Multimedia Radio Media Accreditation Television UNIFEED Webcast Spokesperson for the Secretary-General UN Library Follow Us Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Site Index Fraud Alert
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Score: 886590.8 - https://www.un.org/un70/conten...pillars-development/index.html
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Life beneath the soil surface Magic in a handful of soil Breathing soil Microbes in the soil Beneficial and harmful microbes Soil biodiversity Did you know that we share the land we live on with billions of other living things? (...) We share the planet Earth with them, and we need them to survive. They are friends beneath our feet!
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Score: 884610.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...T_mail_size_vers2_10112020.pdf
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Wondrous structures, ranking among the most magnificent on earth, are in danger of disappearing beneath the waters. The dam will bring fertility to huge stretches of desert; but the opening up of new fields to the tractors, the provision of new sources of power to future factories threatens to exact a terrible price. (...) May the peoples of the world unite to ensure that the Nile, in becoming a greater source of fertility and power does not bury beneath its waters marvels which we of today have inherited from generations long since vanished.  
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Score: 884610.7 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/june-1960/egypt-gift-nile
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COMMENTS ON ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2006/62 AND 2007/29 / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM GERMANY
The proposed criteria for an assignment to compatibility group S are: (a) No damage to the witness plate beneath the package. (b) No fireball or jet of flame which extends more than 1 m from the package. (...) Damage to the witness plate beneath the package. The expert from Germany agrees that the damage of the steel witness plate is a clear sign of a hazardous effect outside of the package. 6.
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Score: 882434.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2008/44&Lang=E
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PROPOSALS AND IDEAS ON MOTAPM IN THE GROUP OF GOVERNMENTAL EXPERTS (GGE) WITH THE PURPOSE TO PROVIDE A BASIS FOR FURTHER WORK / PREPARED BY THE COORDINATOR
By definition, detectable MOTAPM provides a response signal equivalent to a response signal from eight grammes of iron in a single coherent mass buried five cm beneath the ground. 5. That newly emplaced MOTAPM in minefields along national borders or sensitive facilities be excluded from the detectability requirement if they are located in a perimeter-marked area which is monitored by military personnel or protected by fencing or other means, to ensure the effective exclusion of civilians from the area. 6. (...) The difference in the definition of detectability used for anti-personnel mines in APII and for MOTAPM in the present paper (response signal equivalent to a response signal from eight grammes of iron in a single coherent mass buried five cm beneath the ground) is due to the different operational use of the respective mines. 11. (...) That MOTAPM emplaced at a depth greater than five cm beneath the ground would be required to produce a response signal equivalent to the response signal from at least eight grammes of iron in a single coherent mass buried five cm beneath the ground, subject to certain exclusions. 13.
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Score: 881307.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CCW/GGE/IX/WG.2/1&Lang=E
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Ban Ki-moon marks UN at 70 "In many respects, the world is shifting beneath our feet. Yet the Charter remains a firm foundation for shared progress.” — Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in remarks at the General Assembly debate on the maintenance of international peace and security, 01 Oct'15 UN70 Featured Video United Nations 70th Anniversary United Nations © 2015, New York, NY 10017 Contact us UN Resources News Centre Photo Multimedia Radio Media Accreditation Television UNIFEED Webcast Spokesperson for the Secretary-General UN Library Follow Us Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Site Index Fraud Alert
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Score: 878522.7 - https://www.un.org/un70/en/node/183318/index.html
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