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IMPLEMENTATION OF PARAGRAPH 4 OF SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 2107 (2013) :30TH REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In the letters, Kuwait noted that the search for burial sites of Iraqi soldiers inside Kuwait had started in 1999. 5. (...) The Ambassador underscored the importance of increased efforts towards the recovery of further missing Kuwaiti persons, including through the identification of potential burial sites, as well as a more sustained focus on locating missing Kuwaiti property, including the national archives. (...) Planned UNAMI training for staff of the Ministry of Defence of Iraq on the us e of ground-penetrating radar in the search for burial sites, which had been postponed in 2020 owing to COVID-19 and the associated movement restrictions, is now scheduled for the second half of 2021.
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Score: 1155321.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2021/395&Lang=E
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Celebrating African heritage during the Kwanzaa celebration at the African Burial Ground National Monument in New York City. (...) The principle of Umoja, or Unity, was celebrated on 26 December while Ujima, or collective work and responsibility, was celebrated on 28 December. The African Burial Ground National Monument is built at the site of a 6.6-acre burial ground where both free and enslaved Africans were buried from about the 1690s to 1794.  The burial grounds were rediscovered in 1991 during the planned construction process of a federal office building in what is now Lower Manhattan.
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Score: 1145657.1 - https://www.un.org/en/events/s...nceday/2017/presentation.shtml
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COMMUNICATION NO. 44/2017: DECISION/VIEWS
She states that the goal of the insurance – to provide coverage for her burial – was an irresponsible financial decision that was contrary to her interests. The author submits that it is common sense that those who might be regarded as requiring arrangements for their burial would be older persons without relatives or persons with serious or fatal physical conditions. (...) The Committee further notes the author’s statement that the conclusion of the insurance contract, the sole goal of which was to provide coverage for her burial, was, in her opinion, an irresponsible financial decision that was contrary to her interests.
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Score: 1144960.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=CRPD/C/25/D/44/2017&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 5 DECEMBER 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Furthermore, upon finding evidence of potential burial places, the Turkish Cypriot side accommodates the access of the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus to any area throughout the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, be it by interrupting the construction of a major road or giving access to those military areas that the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus asks for according to its workplan. In this regard, in June 2019, access to 30 additional suspected burial sites in military areas in North Cyprus was granted, where the excavations will be done according to the excavation planning of the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus. (...) Busy with spreading misinformation about the Turkish Cypriot side and Turkey, the Greek Cypriot side is yet to give any response to the call of the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus to search its military or police reports, logbooks, medical reports or any other document that may include information about potential burial sites or remains belonging to missing persons.
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Score: 1143320.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/74/631&Lang=E
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REPORT SUBMITTED BY MOROCCO UNDER ARTICLE 29 (1) OF THE CONVENTION, DUE IN 2015 :INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF ALL PERSONS FROM ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE
GE.21-16589 (E) 100322 250322 Committee on Enforced Disappearances Report submitted by Morocco under article 29 (1) of the Convention, due in 2015* [Date received: 10 September 2021]
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Score: 1139592.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=CED/C/MAR/1&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 23 OCTOBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Furthermore, upon finding evidence on potential burial places, the Turkish Cypriot side accommodates the access of the Committee on Missing Persons to any area throughout the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, be it by interrupting the construction of a major road or g iving access to those military areas the Committee on Missing Persons asks for according to its workplan. In this regard, in June 2019, access to 30 additional suspected burial sites in military areas in North Cyprus was granted where the excavations are d one according to the excavation planning of the Committee on Missing Persons. (...) Busy with spreading misinformation about the Turkish Cypriot side and Turkey, the Greek Cypriot side is yet to give any response to the call of the Committee on Missing Persons to search its military or police reports, logbooks, medical reports or any other document that may include information about potential burial sites or remains belonging to missing persons.
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Score: 1137459 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/546&Lang=E
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COMMUNICATION NO. 1447/2006 : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, 95TH SESSION, 16 MARCH-3 APRIL 2009 : VIEWS
Only the next day, on 8 May 2000, the author took his wife’s body to Dolinskoe and buried her. The place of burial was no secret, as well as the address of his place of residence where prosecutors could have contacted him about the exhumation. The State party’s claim that the author refused to communicate the place of his wife’s burial is untrue. He was not asked by any representative of the law enforcement agencies to indicate the place of burial and to agree with the exhumation. (...) Amirova’s body and to communicate the location of her place of burial. 8.3 The State party adds that although the author himself does not presently object against the exhumation of his wife’s body, he must be aware that Mrs.
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Score: 1135482.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=CCPR/C/95/D/1447/2006&Lang=E
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SG LETTER DD 22 MAY 2015 TO THE PGA: 210-DAY EBOLA REPORT
The sufficient capacity to conduct safe burials at the national level notwithstanding, unsafe burials continue to be reported. (...) During the same period in Sierra Leone, there were 3 reported unsafe burials and 16 of 91 Ebola deaths occurred in the community. (...) The Sierra Leonean Red Cross conducted 1,090 safe burials in April, more than half of all safe burials throughout Sierra Leone. 19.
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Score: 1135437.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/69/908&Lang=E
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SG LETTER DATED 16 JUNE 2015 TO THE PGA: 240-DAY EBOLA REPORT
Between 4 and 24 May, there were 11,134 alerts for people with Ebola-like symptoms throughout the country and 4,457 burial alerts. Some 97 per cent of alerts, both for sick people and for burials, were responded to within 24 hours. (...) In May, 254 burial teams were operational: 83 in Guinea, 69 in Liberia and 102 in Sierra Leone. (...) The Sierra Leonean Red Cross currently has 54 safe and dignified burial teams in operation; they conducted 1,645 safe burials (half of all safe burials nationwide).
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Score: 1134997.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/69/939&Lang=E
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WHO | Engaging religious leaders to promote safe burial practices during the 2014–2016 Ebola virus disease outbreak, Sierra Leone Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) Findings Of the respondents, 3148 (89%) had been exposed to faith-based messages from religious leaders on safe Ebola burials and 369 (10%) were unexposed. Exposure to religious leaders’ messages was associated with a nearly twofold increase in the intention to accept safe alternatives to traditional burials and the intention to wait ≥ 2 days for burial teams (adjusted odds ratio, aOR: 1.69; 95% confidence interval, CI: 1.23–2.31 and aOR: 1.84; 95% CI: 1.38–2.44, respectively). (...) Conclusion Public health messages promoted by religious leaders may have influenced safe burial behaviours during the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.
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Score: 1131235.9 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/99/4/20-263202-ab/en/
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