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Unless the parties agree otherwise: a) the Tribunal shall bear the expenses related to: (i) The transfer of the convicted person to and from Rwanda; 8 Agreement-GOR-UN-Enforcement of Sentences-4 March 2008 (ii) The repatriation or return of the convicted person upon completion of his/her sentence to another country other than Rwanda where he/she is lawfully resident; (iii) Upgrading of the ICTR quarters in the designated prison facility in Rwanda, upon mutual agreement, to international standards imprisonment conditions under which convicted persons are to serve their sentences pursuant to this Agreement; (iv) Upkeep and maintenance costs relating to meals, communications, incidentals and special medical care which may entail extraordinary costs in respect of a convicted person who is to serve a sentence in Rwanda pursuant to this Agreement. b) The Government of Rwanda shall bear all other expenses incurred in the enforcement of the sentences including: (i) Safety and security of the identified Quarters for ICTR convicts; (ii) Prison wardens’ remuneration and basic utilities (water, electricity, sewage, etc); (iii) In case of death, the cost of transportation and return of the body of the deceased to the family members of the deceased, for burial, or if and when necessary, the costs of burial by the Rwandan authorities, in the event that the family of the deceased does not take possession of the body. c) Upon completion of his/her sentence, and in the event that the convicted person wishes to be repatriated or return to another country where he is lawfully resident, the Government of Rwanda shall provide the convicted person with all necessary travel documents and authorize his/her exit from Rwanda in accordance with the Rwandan Law applicable to all Rwandan citizens. 9 Agreement-GOR-UN-Enforcement of Sentences-4 March 2008 Article 12 Substitution clause In the event that the Tribunal is to be wound up, the Registrar shall inform the Security Council and the Government of Rwanda of any sentences whose enforcement remains to be completed pursuant to this Agreement.
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Score: 1129846.9 - https://unictr.irmct.org/sites...es/legal-library/rwanda-en.pdf
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The Tribunal shall bear the expenses related to: (a) The transfer of the convicted person to and from Senegal; (b) The repatriation of the convicted person upon completion of his/her sentence to a country other than Senegal where he/she enjoys the status of legal resident; (c) Any refurbishing works to upgrade the mutually designated block allotted to the Tribunal in the Senegalese prison to international standards of imprisonment conditions under which convicted persons are to serve their sentences pursuant to this Agreement; (d) Maintenance ofthe convicted person, including his/her food, telephone calls, incidental expenses and sundry medical care; (e) Inspection, supervision and evaluation ofthe sentence enforcement; (f) In the event of the demise of the convicted person, expenses relating to the transportation and return of the mortal remains to family members of the deceased for burial, or, where necessary, burial expenses incurred by the Senegalese authorities, should the family of the deceased fail to collect his/her mortal remains. 2. The Government of Senegal shall defray all other expenses incurred in relation to the enforcement of the sentence, including: (a) Protection and security of the block allotted to persons convicted by the Tribunal; (b) Salaries of the prison staff, and basic services (water, electricity, sanitation, etc ... ). 7 Article 12 Temporary stay in Senegal The Government of Senegal undertakes to facilitate the stay in Senegal of the convicted person who has completed his/her sentence and who, for security reasons, cannot immediately return to the country where he/she enjoys the status of legal resident, while waiting to find a solution to the repatriation of the person.
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Score: 1129846.9 - https://unictr.irmct.org/sites...iles/legal-library/senegal.pdf
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As the death toll continues to rise on a daily basis, the capital’s limited number of burial sites are becoming increasingly overwhelmed by victims of the disease, with bodies typically arriving in multiple numbers. (...) It is common to see the indignity of bulldozers digging a grave at the same time the family, forced to stand far from the burial site, is performing customary rituals, including the final namaz, or final prayer. (...) Maryam was arrested in her place of residence on 21 June, a day before a planned trip to Germany to photograph the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
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Score: 1129846.9 - https://www.un.org/en/exhibits/exhibit/photo4humanity-2021
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As the death toll continues to rise on a daily basis, the capital’s limited number of burial sites are becoming increasingly overwhelmed by victims of the disease, with bodies typically arriving in multiple numbers. (...) It is common to see the indignity of bulldozers digging a grave at the same time the family, forced to stand far from the burial site, is performing customary rituals, including the final namaz, or final prayer. (...) Maryam was arrested in her place of residence on 21 June, a day before a planned trip to Germany to photograph the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
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Score: 1129846.9 - https://www.un.org/en/node/117084
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NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Lumumba on two occasions, on or about November 20, asked for s~ecial United Nations air transport for himself and his family to take the remains to Stanleyville for burial. This request had necessarily to be declined as the limited United Nations aircraft are available only for the transport and provisioning of United Nations troops and personnel. (...) Lumumba sent his daughter's coffin by air freight to Luluabourg (his ancestral home), presumably for burial there. The following morning Mrc. Lumumba, accom~anied by a member of the household, attempted to Jeave Ndjili airport by Air Congo for Luluabourg, presumably to / ... S/4571 English Fage .3 arrange for the burial. Mrs. Lumumba was detained by Congolese police but immediately set free, whereas her companion was arrested and was only released later through the good offices of the United Nations. 5.
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Score: 1129574.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/4571&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 12 MARCH 2015 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Despite sufficient capacity to conduct safe burials, unsafe burials continue to be reported as the source of many chains of transmission. (...) There are still sufficient burial teams in place to ensure safe and dignified burials for 100 per cent of all deaths due to Ebola. (...) In Sierra Leone, efforts A/69/812 5/17 15-03543 are being scaled up to minimize secret burials and the clandestine washing of bodies before the arrival of safe burial teams.
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Score: 1128116.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/69/812&Lang=E
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On May 2016, with the help of UNHCR in Brazil, Maha and her family obtained refugee status in Brazil, giving her similar rights to that of a Brazilian resident but without giving her a nationality. This was the first time Maha could actually hold an ID card that gave her rights. (...) To honour his wishes, Maha took her brother’s body back to Lebanon for burial there, in the place Eddy always called his home country. (...) In Brazil, naturalization through residence can take up to 15 years but Maha is hopeful she will be granted hers before this.
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Score: 1125930 - https://www.unhcr.org/ibelong/maha-mamo/
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LETTER DATED 1 SEPTEMBER 2015 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Over the same period in Sierra Leone, 8 of the 19 deaths from Ebola occurred in the community. Unsafe burial practices continued to be of concern: 28 reports of unsafe burials were received by the WHO country office in Guinea between 28 June and 2 August, while rumours of illegal burial practices remained under investigation in Sierra Leone. (...) In Guinea, the number of safe and dignified burials conducted by the Guinean Red Cross reached an all-time high in July, with 2,764 burials (an average of 700 per week). The increase followed the Government’s extension of such burials to all deaths nationwide on 25 June. While the Guinean Red Cross is burying almost all persons whose deaths are reported, two thirds of expected deaths are going unreported, with a handful of deaths announced only after the burial has been conducted.
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Score: 1123659.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=A/69/1014&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES ON ITS MISSION TO THE GAMBIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Since the visit, however, little progress has been made in advancing investigations, including the search for and preservation of burial sites, the identification of the remains of victims of enforced disappearances and the prosecution of suspected perpetrators. (...) The Working Group visited the greater Banjul area and the burial sites in Tanji and in the Tintinba Forest (Foni region). (...) As mentioned above, two burial sites have been identified in Tanji and in the Tintinba Forest near Bwiam (Foni region) by persons involved in the alleged abduction of the victims.
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Score: 1122207.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/39/46/ADD.1&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN MYANMAR, TOMAS OJEA QUINTANA : ADDENDUM
There were also no evidences of recent burial at the burial ground. The allegation that Bengalis who were killed in the conflict were buried there is totally wrong. The commission only found the burial ground covered with bushes. 22. The Myanmar National Human Rights Commission reaches the conclusion: “The news of killing of 8 Bengalis and 40 Bengalis did not emerge in the Ducheeratan village tract and it is therefore concluded that the said news is unverifiable and unconfirmed.” (...) The latter aimed at the foreigners residing in the territory of Myanmar to be able to choose their citizenship.
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Score: 1119404.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/25/64/ADD.1&Lang=E
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