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Dragan Jokic’s role, as chief of engineering of the Zvornik Brigade, in the burial and reburial operations 3. Dragan Jokic’s role, as brigade duty operations officer on 14 and 15 July 1995, in co-ordinating communication between VRS officers and commands involving the transportation, detention, execution and burial of Srebrenica Bosnian Muslims 4. (...) The reburial operation is presented in the Indictment as a “natural and foreseeable consequence of the execution and original burial plan conceived by the joint criminal enterprise”74 of which Blagojevic and Jokic were allegedly members. (...) The Trial Chamber finds that a reasonable trier of fact could conclude that the evidence presented is sufficient to find that Dragan Jokic and the Zvornik Brigade Engineering Company were involved in the burial and re-burial operations. 3. Dragan Jokic’s role, as brigade duty operations officer on 14 and 15 July 1995, in co- ordinating communication between VRS officers and commands involving the transportation, detention, execution and burial of Srebrenica Bosnian Muslims 69.
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Score: 1198086.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...vic_53/tjug/en/bla-040405e.pdf
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN PALESTINE AND OTHER OCCUPIED ARAB TERRITORIES : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY INSTITUTE FOR NGO RESEARCH
Thousands of Israeli Arabs and East Jerusalem residents own and sell property in the West Bank, with few restrictions imposed on them by the PA. (...) It is forbidden to pray for him, it is forbidden to purify his body before burial, and it is forbidden to bury him in a Muslim cemetery.” In November 2018, Jerusalem’s chief rabbi approved a burial request for Ala'a Qarash, a Muslim man killed in a car accident who was banned from burial the city’s Muslim cemeteries because he was suspected of selling land to Jews.
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Score: 1192756.25 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/40/NGO/259&Lang=E
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Ensure a plan is in place within the United Nations entity, with the support of other United Nations entities where needed, to provide for an informed response for: - the dignified, respectful and expert management of deceased personnel; - respectful engagement and compliance with the wishes of associated family and communities; - ensuring a burial ceremony in respect of the deceased traditions, providing the family with the option of being part of the burial; - protection of privacy and personal information; and UNITED NATIONS | DEPARTMENT OF OPERATIONAL SUPPORT JUNE 2020 6 - ensuring that families receive medical certificates of death, burial permits, autopsy reports and other relevant documentation to resolve financial and estate issue. (...) In the event of a local arrangement for disposal of remains (burial or cremation), family viewing arrangements should be identified. (...) Family and friends may view the body after it has been prepared for burial, in accordance with customs. They should not touch or kiss the body and should wash their hands thoroughly with soap and water following the viewing.
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Score: 1182992.3 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u..._pandemic_environment_ra_e.pdf
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN PALESTINE AND OTHER OCCUPIED ARAB TERRITORIES : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE AL-HAQ, LAW IN THE SERVICE OF MAN
These practices have all escalated since October 2015,1 and have led to the killing of 296 Palestinians in the OPT, many as a direct result of Israel’s use of excessive and lethal force even when not strictly necessary or proportional.2 Since October 2015, Israel has also withheld the bodies of 161 deceased Palestinians, obstructing potential investigations into their killings and delaying the return of their remains to their families for a dignified burial.3 As of 16 August 2017, 11 bodies of Palestinians remain in Israeli custody despite international calls on Israel to end this practice as one that amounts to unlawful collective punishment in violation of international humanitarian law.4 i. (...) Moreover, the illegal exploding bullets used by the IOF to shoot Sa’d and Aws indicated an 1 This includes five Palestinians with Israeli or Jordanian citizenships killed by the IOF in occupied East Jerusalem. 2 http://www.alhaq.org/documentation/field-updates-2015/989-special-focus-holding-the-bodies-of-deceased-palestinians-by-israelA 3 A/71/352, paragraphs 46-48. 4 A/HRC/34/36, paragraph 31; A/71/364, paragraph 25. 5 http://www.alhaq.org/documentation/weekly-focuses/1028-from-killing-to-burial-questions-left-unanswered. 6http://www.alhaq.org/documentation/weekly-focuses/1072-qmistakenq-killings-iof-kill-palestinian-civilians-mustafa-nimer-and- iyad-hamed-despite-posing-no-threat-or-danger-to-anyone 7 http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.780230 8http://www.alhaq.org/advocacy/topics/right-to-life-and-body-integrity/1115-the-killing-of-seham-nimer-how-the-israeli-occupation- destroys-palestinian-families- 9http://www.alhaq.org/advocacy/topics/right-to-life-and-body-integrity/1134-increase-in-palestinians-killed-by-israeli-occupation- forces-in-july-2017 A/HRC/36/NGO/70 3 intention to inflict severe pain and suffering on them.10 Their killing in this brutal manner appears to amount to an arbitrary killing; accordingly, there must be a prompt, effective, and independent investigation into these killings by Israeli authorities. 5. (...) Upon releasing the bodies, Israel often imposes conditions on families ranging from limitations on the number of funeral attendees to requiring immediate burial once the body is handed over. 7. As a result of this practice, families have begun to take extreme measures to ensure that the IOF does not seize the bodies of their loved ones.
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Score: 1181088.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=A/HRC/36/NGO/70&Lang=E
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“At least 20% of new Ebola infections occur during burials of deceased Ebola patients. By building trust and respect between burial teams, bereaved families and religious groups, we are building trust and safety in the response itself.” says Dr Pierre Formenty, one of WHO’s top Ebola experts. (...) The protocol encourages inclusion of family and local clergy in the planning and preparation of the burial, as well as at the burial event itself, giving specific instructions for Muslim and Christian burials. (...) The protocol also includes ways for Ebola burial teams to carry out their work safely while respecting family sensitivities.
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Score: 1175291.1 - https://www.who.int/mediacentr...2014/ebola-burial-protocol/en/
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“At least 20% of new Ebola infections occur during burials of deceased Ebola patients. By building trust and respect between burial teams, bereaved families and religious groups, we are building trust and safety in the response itself.” says Dr Pierre Formenty, one of WHO’s top Ebola experts. (...) The protocol encourages inclusion of family and local clergy in the planning and preparation of the burial, as well as at the burial event itself, giving specific instructions for Muslim and Christian burials. (...) The protocol also includes ways for Ebola burial teams to carry out their work safely while respecting family sensitivities.
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Score: 1172522.1 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...to-reducing-ebola-transmission
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We knew that if we could better understand people’s beliefs – about Ebola, about the response, about treatment centres, about safe burials – lives would be saved. We realized that communities needed to be more included in making decisions such as where to locate Ebola treatment centres. (...) For example, there were conceptual clashes around safe burials: in these communities, a dead person has rights and communities have certain obligations towards the deceased. (...) Read more Ebola diaries Related stories Stories from Sierra Leone Communities organize Ebola response All stories from the field Related links Technical guidance on safe and dignified burials Publications on Ebola Ebola situation reports Fact sheet in Ebola Ebola response WHO's achievements - infographic More on the Ebola response Ebola outbreak - Home You are here: Features Features 2015 Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1170628.5 - https://www.who.int/features/2015/ebola-diaries-niang/en/
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LETTER DATED 12 JANUARY 2015 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Despite the overall progress, there are still regions where safe burials are not carried out. Improved geogr aphical coverage and greater mobility of safe burial teams are needed. In addition, portions of the population remain sceptical about safe and dignified burials, which leads them to carry out clandestine, unsafe burials. (...) Similarly, there are enough burial teams in place to ensure safe and dignified burials in 100 per cent of all deaths due to Ebola.
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Score: 1166539.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/69/720&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 16 APRIL 2015 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
There continues to be sufficient capacity at the national level to conduct safe burials, with 74 burial teams active in Guinea, 80 in Liberia and 129 in Sierra Leone. 11. (...) Despite sufficient capacity to conduct safe burials at the national level, unsafe burials continue to be reported. (...) The Sierra Leonean Red Cross carried out an average of 450 safe and dignified burials per week in all districts. In Liberia, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the Liberian Red Cross carried out 125 safe and dignified burials and disinfected 58 households in March.
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Score: 1163222.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/69/871&Lang=E
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TWENTY-FIRST REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH 4 OF SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 2107 (2013)
In addition, as part of the ongoing efforts to identify exact burial locations, the Ministry continued its investigation of the naval base site in Kuwait and of the Khamisiyah, Radwaniyah, Barjisiyah and Salman Pak sites in Iraq. (...) The priority remains an analysis of relevant satellite imagery to pinpoint more narrowly potential burial sites, as a prerequisite for further action on the ground. (...) The able leadership of ICRC in the tripartite mechanism remains pivotal in refocusing research efforts and adopting appropriate exploration methods so as to maximize the chances of locating burial sites in Iraq and Kuwait. S/2019/78 5/5 19-00649 21.
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Score: 1158563.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=S/2019/78&Lang=E
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