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Public redacted version of ‘Decision on the Prosecution requests concerning the variation of protective measures for screened individuals P-0105, P-0120, P-0128, P-0129, P-0140 and P-0154’ | International Criminal Court Skip to main content Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Home About The Court Organization Presidency Judicial Divisions Office of the Prosecutor Defence Victims Witnesses Registry State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Office of the Prosecutor Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Uganda Democratic Republic of the Congo Darfur, Sudan Central Afican Republic Kenya Libya Côte d'Ivoire Mali Central African Republic II Georgia Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan State of Palestine Republic of the Philippines Venezuela I Ukraine Preliminary Examinations Guinea Nigeria Venezuela II ⋯ News Documents Court Records All Records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Matter Outside Situations Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library Legal Tools Practical Information Court Calendar Contact Us Visit Us Vendors Get Involved #JusticeMatters #MoreJustWorld #AccessToJustice #SDG16 Share Stories Resources For Academics and Researches Diplomats Legal professionals Media NGOs Teachers and high school students Vacancies Search Breadcrumb Home Court Record Icc 01 12 01 Public redacted version of ‘Decision on the Prosecution requests concerning the variation of protective measures for screened individuals P-0105, P-0120, P-0128, P-0129, P-0140 and P-0154’ Public redacted version of ‘Decision on the Prosecution requests concerning the variation of protective measures for screened individuals P-0105, P-0120, P-0128, P-0129, P-0140 and P-0154’ ICC-01/12-01/18-684-Red2 18 May 2020 | Trial Chamber X | Decision Case: The Prosecutor v. Al Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed Ag Mahmoud Situation: Situation in the Republic of Mali Filed during the Trial phase Download Document: English (318.19 KB | 21 Pages) Related documents 30 December 2019, Decision on the evidence disclosure protocol and other related matters (83.69 KB | 11 Pages) ICC-01/12-01/18-546 | Trial Chamber X 6 January 2020, Decision Setting the Commencement Date of the Trial (84.91 KB | 9 Pages) ICC-01/12-01/18-548 | Trial Chamber X 22 January 2020, Decision on Prosecution request for a variation of time limits relating to the disclosure of evidence and scheduling a second status conference (163.79 KB | 10 Pages) ICC-01/12-01/18-558 | Trial Chamber X 20 March 2020, Decision on the Prosecution request for extension of deadlines relating to the disclosure of evidence and a postponement of the starting date for trial (82.13 KB | 10 Pages) ICC-01/12-01/18-677 | Trial Chamber X 22 January 2020, Décision relative à la requête de l’Accusation aux fins de modification des délais de communication des éléments de preuve et de la tenue d’une deuxième conférence de mise en état (714.28 KB | 10 Pages) ICC-01/12-01/18-558-tFRA | Trial Chamber X Is there a problem with this page? Report an error Social Media Links Twitter Facebook Instagram Youtube Flickr Tumblr About The Court How the Court works Organization State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Preliminary examinations Documents Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library All records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Practical information Vacancies Court calendar Contact us Visit us Vendors Get Involved Footer menu Terms and conditions of use Privacy Policy
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Decision on Prosecution request for a variation of time limits relating to the disclosure of evidence and scheduling a second status conference | International Criminal Court Aller au contenu principal Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Accueil À propos La Cour Organisation La Présidence Les Chambres Le Bureau du Procureur La Défense Les victimes Les témoins Le Greffe Les États parties La coopération La sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Bureau du Procureur Situations et affaires Les affaires Les défendants Enquêtes Ouganda République démocratique du Congo Darfour, Soudan République centrafricaine Kenya Libye Côte d'Ivoire Mali République centrafricaine II Géorgie Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan État de Palestine Philippines Vénézuela I Ukraine Examens préliminaires Guinée Nigéria Vénézuela II Bolivie Nouvelles Documents Documents publics ​Documents publics​ et transcriptions Jugements, Arrêts, décisions et ordonnances Questions hors situations Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal officiel Textes administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Outils juridques Informations pratiques Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer #LaJusticeCompte #1MondePlusJuste #AccèsÀLaJustice #ODD16 Partager des récits Ressources Diplomates Universitaires at chercheurs Juristes et conseils Médias La société civile Enseignants et élèves du niveau secondaire Postes vacants Recherche Fil d'Ariane Home Court Record Icc 01 12 01 Decision on Prosecution request for a variation of time limits relating to the disclosure of evidence and scheduling a second status conference Decision on Prosecution request for a variation of time limits relating to the disclosure of evidence and scheduling a second status conference ICC-01/12-01/18-558 22 janvier 2020 | Chambre de première instance X | Décision Affaire: Le Procureur c. Al Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed Ag Mahmoud Situation: Situation en République du Mali Classé au cours de la Procès phase Télécharger Document: Anglais (163.79 KB | 10 Pages) | Translation(s): French (714.28 KB | 10 Pages) Documents Connexes 13 février 2020, Order setting the agenda for the second status conference (246.09 KB | 4 Pages) ICC-01/12-01/18-587 | Chambre de première instance X 18 mai 2020, Public redacted version of ‘Decision on the Prosecution requests concerning the variation of protective measures for screened individuals P-0105, P-0120, P-0128, P-0129, P-0140 and P-0154’ (318.19 KB | 21 Pages) ICC-01/12-01/18-684-Red2 | Chambre de première instance X 18 mai 2020, Version publique expurgée de la Décision relative aux demandes de l’Accusation concernant la modification des mesures de protection en faveur de personnes avec lesquelles elle a mené un entretien préliminaire, à savoir P-0105, P-0120, P-0128, P-0129, P-0 (604.73 KB | 22 Pages) ICC-01/12-01/18-684-Red2-tFRA | Chambre de première instance X Y a-t-il un problème avec la page? Signaler une erreur Social Media Links Twitter Facebook Instagram Youtube Flickr Tumblr À propos La Cour Comment fonctionne la Cour Organisation États parties La coopération Sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Situations et affaires Affaires Défendants Enquêtes Examens préliminaires Documents Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal Officiel Textes Administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Tous les enregistrements Arrêts, décision et ordonnance Informations pratiques Postes vacant Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer Footer menu Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information
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Decision on the Prosecutor’s Second Request to Postpone the Confirmation Hearing and Requests for Variation of Disclosure Related Time Limits | International Criminal Court Skip to main content Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Home About The Court Organization Presidency Judicial Divisions Office of the Prosecutor Defence Victims Witnesses Registry State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Office of the Prosecutor Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Uganda Democratic Republic of the Congo Darfur, Sudan Central Afican Republic Kenya Libya Côte d'Ivoire Mali Central African Republic II Georgia Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan State of Palestine Republic of the Philippines Venezuela I Ukraine Preliminary Examinations Guinea Nigeria Venezuela II ⋯ News Documents Court Records All Records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Matter Outside Situations Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library Legal Tools Practical Information Court Calendar Contact Us Visit Us Vendors Get Involved #JusticeMatters #MoreJustWorld #AccessToJustice #SDG16 Share Stories Resources For Academics and Researches Diplomats Legal professionals Media NGOs Teachers and high school students Vacancies Search Breadcrumb Home Court Record Icc 02 05 01 Decision on the Prosecutor’s Second Request to Postpone the Confirmation Hearing and Requests for Variation of Disclosure Related Time Limits Decision on the Prosecutor’s Second Request to Postpone the Confirmation Hearing and Requests for Variation of Disclosure Related Time Limits ICC-02/05-01/20-238 18 December 2020 | Pre-Trial Chamber II | Decision Case: The Prosecutor v. Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-Al-Rahman ("Ali Kushayb") Situation: Situation in Darfur, Sudan Filed during the Pre-trial phase Download Document: English (868.09 KB | 16 Pages) Related documents 4 December 2020, Prosecution’s urgent request for variation of disclosure related time limit (379.66 KB | 5 Pages) ICC-02/05-01/20-221 | Office of the Prosecutor 27 December 2020, Demande d’autorisation d’appel de la Décision ICC-02/05-01/20-238 (441.99 KB | 15 Pages) ICC-02/05-01/20-245 | Defence 8 January 2021, Prosecution’s ninth progress report on the evidence review, translation and disclosure process (406.44 KB | 8 Pages) ICC-02/05-01/20-249 | Office of the Prosecutor 11 January 2021, Prosecution’s Response to “Demande d’autorisation d’interjeter appel de la Décision ICC-02/05-01/20-238” (611.45 KB | 10 Pages) ICC-02/05-01/20-253 | Office of the Prosecutor 26 January 2021, Requête en vertu des Articles 2, 67-1-b et 87-6 du Statut et de la Norme 24bis-1 du Règlement de la Cour (484.77 KB | 11 Pages) ICC-02/05-01/20-269 | Defence: Abd-Al-Rahman 15 March 2021, Exception d'incompétence (1010.9 KB | 59 Pages) ICC-02/05-01/20-302 | Defence: Abd-Al-Rahman 15 March 2021, Jurisdictional Challenge (1.19 MB | 59 Pages) ICC-02/05-01/20-302-tENG | Defence: Abd-Al-Rahman Is there a problem with this page? Report an error Social Media Links Twitter Facebook Instagram Youtube Flickr Tumblr About The Court How the Court works Organization State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Preliminary examinations Documents Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library All records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Practical information Vacancies Court calendar Contact us Visit us Vendors Get Involved Footer menu Terms and conditions of use Privacy Policy
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-2 - QUESTION ITU-R 202-5/3 Methods for predicting propagation over the surface of the Earth (1990-2000-2007-2015-2022) The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly, considering a) that the presence of obstacles on the propagation path may modify, to a large extent, the mean value of the transmission loss, as well as the fading amplitude and characteristics; b) that, with increase in frequency, the influence of the detailed roughness of the surface of the Earth as well as that of vegetation and natural or man-made structures on or above the surface of the Earth becomes more significant; c) that propagation over high mountain ridges is sometimes of great practical importance; d) that diffraction and site shielding are of practical significance in interference studies; e) that the increase in performance and storage capacity of computers, permits the development of detailed digital terrain and clutter data bases; f) that the field strength of the ground wave for frequencies between 10 kHz and 30 MHz is given in Recommendation ITU-R P.368, and a computer implementation, ”LFMF-SmoothEarth”, is available from the Radiocommunication Study Group 3 Web page; g) that information on the phase of the ground-wave mode is required; h) that information on ground conductivity is often available in digital form; i) that seasonal variation of ground-wave propagation has been observed; j) that the availability of high resolution terrain and building databases makes it practical to develop diffraction models which take 3-dimensional information into account; k) that frequency-selective and other specialized materials are expected to be increasingly incorporated into the built environment (e.g. buildings, bridges, dams, etc.), decides that the following Questions should be studied 1 What is the influence of terrain irregularities, vegetation and buildings, the existence of conducting structures and seasonal variability, both for locations within the service area around a transmitter and for the evaluation of interference at much greater distances, on the transmission loss, polarization, group delay and angle of arrival? (...) 3 What is the screening provided by obstacles near a terminal, taking into account the propagation mechanisms over the path? 4 What are the conditions under which obstacle gain occurs and the short-term and longterm variations of transmission loss under these conditions? (...) Category: S2 QUESTION ITU - R 202 - 5 /3 Methods for predicting propagation over the surface of the Earth (1990 - 2000 - 2007 - 2015 - 2022) The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly, considering a) that the presence of obstacles on the propagation path may modify, to a large extent, the mean value of the transmission loss, as well as the fading amplitude and characteristics; b) that, with increase in frequency, the influence of the detailed roughness of the surface of the Earth as well as that of vegetation and natural or man - made structures on or above the surface of the Earth becomes more significant; c) that propagation over high mountain ridges is sometimes of great practical importance; d) that diffraction and site shielding are of practical significance in interference studies; e) that the increase in performance and storage capacity of computers, permits the developm ent of detailed digital terrain and clutter data bases; f) that the field strength of the ground wave for frequencies between 10 kHz and 30 MHz is given in Recommendation ITU - R P.368, and a computer implementation, ”LFMF - SmoothEarth”, is available from the Radiocommunication Study Group 3 Web page; g) that information on the phase of the ground - wave mode is required; h) that information on ground conductivity is often available in digital form; i) that seasonal variation of ground - wave propagation has been observed; j) that the availability of high resolution terrain and building databases makes it practical to develop diffraction models which take 3 - dimensional information into account; k) that frequency - selective and other specialized materials are expecte d to be increasingly incorporated into the built environment (e.g. buildings, bridges, dams, etc.), QUESTION ITU-R 202-5/3 Methods for predicting propagation over the surface of the Earth (1990-2000-2007-2015-2022) The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly, considering a) that the presence of obstacles on the propagation path may modify, to a large extent, the mean value of the transmission loss, as well as the fading amplitude and characteristics; b) that, with increase in frequency, the influence of the detailed roughness of the surface of the Earth as well as that of vegetation and natural or man-made structures on or above the surface of the Earth becomes more significant; c) that propagation over high mountain ridges is sometimes of great practical importance; d) that diffraction and site shielding are of practical significance in interference studies; e) that the increase in performance and storage capacity of computers, permits the development of detailed digital terrain and clutter data bases; f) that the field strength of the ground wave for frequencies between 10 kHz and 30 MHz is given in Recommendation ITU-R P.368, and a computer implementation, ”LFMF- SmoothEarth”, is available from the Radiocommunication Study Group 3 Web page; g) that information on the phase of the ground-wave mode is required; h) that information on ground conductivity is often available in digital form; i) that seasonal variation of ground-wave propagation has been observed; j) that the availability of high resolution terrain and building databases makes it practical to develop diffraction models which take 3-dimensional information into account; k) that frequency-selective and other specialized materials are expected to be increasingly incorporated into the built environment (e.g. buildings, bridges, dams, etc.),
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Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 164 p.   (...) Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 164 p.        (...) Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 150 p.
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Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 164 p.   (...) Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 164 p.        (...) Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 150 p.
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Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 164 p.   (...) Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 164 p.        (...) Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 150 p.
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Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 164 p.   (...) Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 164 p.        (...) Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 150 p.
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Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 164 p.   (...) Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 164 p.        (...) Even though many of the challenges are the same throughout the region, there are still significant variations among the countries; it is important to recognize and understand these variations when designing support to smallholders and family farms in each specific country. 2020. 150 p.
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On the continental level (250 m ground resolution), WaPOR allows to see the difference between areas with low and high water productivity and monitor its variations over time to target interventions. Grey areas on the water productivity map are generally in desert conditions, where water productivity is extremely low. (...) Monitoring biomass production trends and spatial variations is valuable for making decisions on agricultural practices to adapt to changing weather conditions. (...) WaPOR applications catalogue Find out examples of WaPOR applications in the field Related links WaPOR Portal With the support of Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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