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Human Rights View feature stories on Human Rights Peace and Security View feature stories on Peace and Security Development View feature stories on Development 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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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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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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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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Human Rights View feature stories on Human Rights Peace and Security View feature stories on Peace and Security Development View feature stories on Development 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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The Final Act of the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea The Final Act of the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea ANNEX II STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING CONCERNING A SPECIFIC METHOD TO BE USED IN ESTABLISHING THE OUTER EDGE OF THE CONTINENTAL MARGIN The Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea , Considering the special characteristics of a State’s continental margin where: (1) the average distance at which the 200 metre isobath occurs is not more than 20 nautical miles; (2) the greater proportion of the sedimentary rock of the continental margin lies beneath the rise; and Taking into account the inequity that would result to that State from the application to its continental margin of article 76 of the Convention, in that, the mathematical average of the thickness of sedimentary rock along a line established at the maximum distance permissible in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 4(a)(i) and (ii) of that article as representing the entire outer edge of the continental margin would not be less than 3.5 kilometres; and that more than half of the margin would be excluded thereby; Recognizes that such State may, notwithstanding the provisions of article 76, establish the outer edge of its continental margin by straight lines not exceeding 60 nautical miles in length connecting fixed points, defined by latitude and longitude, at each of which the thickness of sedimentary rock is not less than 1 kilometre, Where a State establishes the outer edge of its continental margin by applying the method set forth in the preceding paragraph of this statement, this method may also be utilized by a neighbouring State for delineating the outer edge of its continental margin on a common geological feature, where its outer edge would lie on such feature on a line established at the maximum distance permissible in accordance with article 76, paragraph 4(a)(i) and (ii), along which the mathematical average of the thickness of sedimentary rock is not less than 3.5 kilometres, The Conference requests the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf set up pursuant to Annex II of the Convention, to be governed by the terms of this Statement when making its recommendations on matters related to the establishment of the outer edge of the continental margins of these States in the southern part of the Bay of Bengal.
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Human Rights View feature stories on Human Rights Peace and Security View feature stories on Peace and Security Development View feature stories on Development 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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Human Rights View feature stories on Human Rights Peace and Security View feature stories on Peace and Security Development View feature stories on Development 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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ADDITIONAL TEST FOR DIVISION 1.4S SHAPED CHARGES / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Criteria 1 (Evidence of Damage to a 3.0 mm witness plate beneath the package) is difficult to quantify because of the extent of “damage” to the witness plate is undefined. (...) Shaped Charge Size and Type Outer Packaging (having two layers of 25 charges) Criteria 1: Evidence of Damage to a 3.0 mm steel witness plate beneath the package Criteria 2: Evidence of fireball or jet flame which extends more than 1 m from the package Criteria 3: Evidence of Disruption or Scattering of the package and its contents. (...) Two charges went, 21 damaged, 2 missing and the rest (25) were not damaged. – Failed the Criteria Metallic projection (18.3-m away for a 200-gm mass) exceeded the kinetic energy of 8J. - Failed the Criteria A n n ex Sh ap ed C h a rg e P rop o sed T est R esults S u m m a ry ST/SG /A C .10/C .3/2008/55 P ag e 5 A n n ex Shaped Charge Size and Type Outer Packaging Criteria 1: Evidence of Damage to a 3.0 mm steel witness plate beneath the package Criteria 2: Evidence of fireball or jet flame which extends more than 1 m from the package Criteria 3: Evidence of Disruption or Scattering of the package and its contents.
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 2006/07/24 FROM THE CHARGE D'AFFAIRS A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF LEBANON TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
The number of victims still beneath the rubble was estimated to be at least twenty. (...) Casualties still lie beneath the debris and inhabitants are appealing for help from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). (...) The seven victims still lie beneath the rubble of one of the houses. The day before yesterday Ainata suffered the massacre of four members of the Darwish family.
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