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LETTER DATED 2006/06/30 FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1373 (2001) CONCERNING COUNTER-TERRORISM ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2006/470 06-41906 10 1.8 Could China inform the Committee of its efforts to ensure that casinos operating in the Macao SAR are not used for money laundering and the financing of terrorism? (...) In so far as money laundering is concerned, both casino operators and gaming promoters — also known as junket promoters — are subject to the supervision of the Macao SAR Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau. (...) The Committee would be grateful to receive details regarding: • The extent of cooperation and coordination between the different agencies with border control responsibilities, including the modalities and tools used and examples of the results of any joint activity; • The monitoring strategies and methods used to protect shipments entering and exiting China’s territory, using all modes of transport, from acts of terrorism, and steps taken or envisaged with a view to implementation of the World Customs Organization (WCO) Framework of Standards to Secure and Facilitate Global Trade; and • The mechanism and safeguards in place to detect and prevent the movement of terrorists across State borders at crossing where there is no official monitoring. In June 2005, to cope with the challenge of securing and facilitating the international trade supply chain, the 105th/106th Council Sessions of the World Customs Organization (WCO) endorsed the Framework of Standards to Secure and Facilitate Global Trade (hereinafter “the Framework”).
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RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE UNITED NATIONS HABITAT ASSEMBLY ON 31 MAY 2019 1/2. UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM-WIDE GUIDELINES ON SAFER CITIES AND HUMAN SETTLEMENTS
The participation of women and the consideration of their needs should be mainstreamed and embedded into all crime prevention and urban safety and security initiatives; (ii) Addressing youth and children as assets and resources to be developed rather than as problems to be managed; using a social capital (coping and adaptation) approach, as opposed to a risk approach, by emphasizing the need and right of children and youth to have access to and use of safe public spaces, given that they are key stakeholders in assessing and developing recommendations on urban safety and security; and strengthening their participation in social and public accountability processes; (iii) Including a specific focus on preventing violence against persons with disabilities and considering their needs in the design and functional aspects of the city; (iv) Incorporating into urban safety and security strategies a focus on the needs of indigenous peoples and communities, which are especially vulnerable to crime and victimization; (v) Encouraging social cohesion to tackle xenophobia that targets refugees, internally displaced persons and migrants, who are among the poorest groups in cities and human settlements and live in very vulnerable situations, regenerate stigmatized neighbourhoods, and work collectively towards addressing the challenges of adequate housing for all; (vi) Considering involving a range of non-state actors, acknowledging the differences that exist among them in respect of gender, identity, age and other variables, with particular reference to: a. (...) Architecture of fear The ways in which the contemporary landscape is shaped by our society's preoccupation with fear, as apparent in the design of homes, security systems, gated communities, semi-public spaces (shopping malls, theme parks, casinos, office atriums), zoning regulations and cyberspace. (...) Protective factors Conditions or attributes (i.e., skills, strengths, resources, support and coping strategies) in individuals, families, communities or the larger society that enable people to deal more effectively with stressful events and mitigate or eliminate the risks of committing, or becoming a victim of, crime and violence.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ONTHE SITUATION WITH REGARD TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DECLARATION ON THE GRANTING OF INDEPENDENCE TO COLONIALCOUNTRIES AND PEOPLES (COVERING ITS WORK DURING 1968) : CHAPTERS XXVI-XXXI
UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY Distr. GENERAL A/72CO/Add .10* 14 November 1968 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH Twenty-third session Agenda item 23 REPORT OF 'I'HE SPECIAL CCMMI'ITEE ON THE
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2004/12/22 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF URUGUAY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE
These guidelines address inter-agency capacity-building in the health arena, exchanges of information, and coordination of actions at the regional level to cope with the impact of adverse events on member and associated States. (...) The following are the most important instruments in this regard: • Act No. 17,835 of 23 September 2004 classifying the laundering of assets derived from illicit trafficking in weapons, explosives, ammunition or materials for their production as an offence All natural and legal persons engaged in financial activities under the supervision of the Central Bank of Uruguay, remittance firms, casinos, real estate companies and other merchants are required to inform the Information and Financial 13 S/AC.44/2004/(02)/94 Analysis Unit of any transactions involving assets suspected of being derived from illicit activity, in order to prevent the offence of laundering of assets
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It shall be lawful for the Legislature to authorize by law the establishment and operation, under regulation and control by the State, of gambling houses or casinos within the boundaries, as heretofore established, of the city of Atlantic City, county of Atlantic, and to license and tax such operations and equipment used in connection therewith. (...) The type and number of such casinos or gambling houses and of the gambling games which may be conducted in any such establishment shall be determined by or pursuant to the terms of the law authorizing the establishment and operation thereof; E. It shall be lawful for the Legislature to authorize, by law, (1) the simultaneous transmission by picture of running and harness horse races conducted at racetracks located within or outside of this State, or both, to gambling houses or casinos in the city of Atlantic City and (2) the specific kind, restrictions and control of wagering at those gambling establishments on the results of those races.
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Score: 904161.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_f_e.doc
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LETTER DATED 2006/06/28 FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1373 (2001) CONCERNING COUNTER-TERRORISM ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Plans to Apply STR to Casinos Moreover, as is recommended by the FATF, the Government of the Republic of Korea is currently working to expand the scope of the STR to cover casinos, which are not financial institutions. 1.6 The Committee thanks the Republic of Korea for sharing reports on the implementation of its measures for combating the financing of terrorism and would welcome copies of any other assessments or evaluations carried out by international or regional bodies in connection with the implementation of resolution 1373 (2001), including those related to operational measures. (...) However, given that it still faces many challenges ahead, such as the legislation related to terrorist financing, and the imposition of anti- money laundering duties on the non-banking sector, involving casinos and jewelry, KoFIU plans to gradually come up with measures in close consultation with related agencies and organizations. 1.8 The Committee is pleased to note that the Republic of Korea has outlawed alternative payment and informal funds transfer systems and that article 66 of the Banking Act makes the provision of remittance services without governmental authorization an offence punishable by up to five years’ imprisonment.
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LETTER DATED 2003/12/29 FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1373 (2001) CONCERNING COUNTER-TERRORISM ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
The CTC will be pleased to know what measures the Republic of Seychelles utilizes to oversee or regulate its non- banking financial sector not covered under the Financial Institutions Act or the Foreign Exchange Act such as casinos. Hawala activities, etc. to prevent it from being utilized to finance terrorism. (...) However with regards to casinos there are no specific acts. Their activities are regulated/licensed by the licensing authority.
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Score: 893103.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=S/2003/1218&Lang=E
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2004/01/13 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF DJIBOUTI TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE
This article further provides that the Act also applies “to all transactions, money changers, insurance companies, investment firms, agents dealing in the sale or rental of real estate or businesses, notaries, accountants, auditors, auctioneers, as well casinos and gambling establishments”. Under this regulation, the above-mentioned establishments are required to effect transfers of funds above 1 million Djibouti francs (there is a fixed parity of US$ 1.00 to 177 Djibouti francs) through a credit or financial institution pursuant to title II, article 2-1-3, of the Act. (...) This article further provides that the Act also applies “to all transactions, money changers, insurance companies, investment firms, agents dealing in the sale or rental of real estate or businesses, notaries, accountants, auditors, auctioneers, as well casinos and gambling establishments”. The law applies to all financial institutions, including “hawala” systems, which must obtain a permit and a licence, and ensure that their records are ready for inspection at all times.
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Score: 893103.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=S/AC.37/2004/(1455)/3&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE UNITED NATIONS OPERATION IN CYPRUS
In early November, UNFICYP escorted police from both sides into the bicommunal village of Pyla to conduct simultaneous searches of eight casinos that had been operating illegally for several years. As a result, the eight casinos were closed, and 2 Turkish Cypriots, 33 Greek Cypriots and 9 foreign nationals were charged.
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Score: 893103.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=S/2017/20&Lang=E
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Sleepin International Hotel & Casino Inc. 288-289 Church Street, Queenstown, Georgetown +1-592-223-4612 www.sleepinhotelandcasino.com Single/ Double Rooms -US$70 + 14% VAT-  Breakfast included. ​
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Score: 888693.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...2018/Pages/Accommodations.aspx
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