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As the Judge in charge of the Initial 3 Appearance, and in terms of the Rule mentioned earlier, I am entering a 4 plea of not guilty on behalf of the accused in relation to this third 5 count. 6 I am also entering a plea of not guilty on behalf of the accused 7 in relation to the fourth count, which is a charge of torture as a 8 violation of the laws or customs of war. 9 In relation to the fifth count, which is one of inhumane acts as a 10 crime against humanity, I, as the Judge in charge of the pre-trial -- of 11 the Initial Appearance, I am entering a plea of not guilty on behalf of 12 the accused. 13 The same applies to the sixth count, to which I am entering a plea 14 of not guilty on behalf of the accused, this count being one consisting of 15 a charge of wilfully causing serious injury to body or health, this being 16 a grave breach of the Geneva Conventions of 1949. 17 I am also entering a plea of not guilty to the seventh count on 18 behalf of the accused, this being a charge of cruel treatment as a 19 violation of the laws or customs of war. 20 As regards the eighth count, I am also entering a plea of not 21 guilty on behalf of the accused, this being a charge of murder, being a 22 crime against humanity. 23 I am also entering a plea of not guilty to the ninth count, on 24 behalf of the accused, this being a charge of wilful killing as a grave 25 breach of the Geneva Conventions of 1949. Page 72 1 The same applies to Count 10. I am entering a plea of not guilty 2 to Count 10, this being a charge of murder as a violation of the laws or 3 customs of war. 4 As regards the eleventh count, which contains a charge of 5 imprisonment as a crime against humanity, I, as the Judge in charge of the 6 Initial Appearance, am entering a plea of not guilty on behalf of the 7 accused. 8 The same applies to the twelfth count, which consists of a charge 9 of unlawful confinement of a civilian as a grave breach of the Geneva 10 Conventions of 1949. (...) This count consists 22 of a charge of wilfully causing great suffering, this being a grave breach 23 of the Geneva Conventions of 1949. 24 I am further entering a plea of not guilty to the fifteenth count 25 of the indictment, which is a charge of cruel treatment as a violation of Page 73 1 the laws or customs of war.
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Score: 948927.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t..._rasevic/trans/en/050217IA.htm
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WHO | The Protocol is officially entering into force! Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Navigation Home Convention Protocol Secretariat Treaty instruments Coordination platform Reporting Media centre Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News stories Previous years Press releases Media briefings Events Past events Videos The Protocol is officially entering into force! State-of-the-art equipments installed at the customs houses allow full customs control. Drivers crossing the border are not forced into hours of customs checks.
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Score: 945153.4 - https://www.who.int/fctc/media...cially-entering-into-force/en/
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On 5 June 1987 the Customs (Valuation) Amendment Act 1987 was enacted. This Act amends the valuation provisions of the Customs Act 1901 and came into operation on 1 July 1987. (...) VAL/1/Add.14/Suppl.2 Page 10 ATTACHMENT Explanation of Ameendments- Made to Customs-Act 1901 by Customs (Valuation) Amendment Act 1987 (CVA Act) - as from 1 July 1987 1.
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Score: 944922.9 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91370102.pdf
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To that end, an international body recognized by tho various governments would enter into an undertaking with the customs administrations to pay the customs duties and other taxes on samples not reexported. (...) League, would issue their members and commercial travellers and agents in general, with a document known as a "samples triptych" in respect of which comercial travellers' associations would guarantee payment of the duties and taxes levied by the customs administration of their country. Thus the Swiss Commercial fravellers' Association would guarantee payment to the Swiss Customs W.7/41 Page 2 Administration of the oustoms duties and other taxes to which foreign ObMez'cial travellers entering Swiss territory were liable. (...) It is familiar with the correct customs designation and identification of every single item in the collection and affixes the customs seals itself with equipment obtained from the customs administration.
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Score: 944638.7 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91850278.pdf
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Access to numerous Grey Literature Sites – via Google Custom Searches Exercise 3 · In Google , search for: Non-governmental Organizations Search (note – the link may be the 4th or 5th in the results column as there may be advertisements at the top) · Enter Stroke AND second hand smoke in the Google Custom Non-governmental Organizations Search box and click on Search . · How many citation search results are listed? (...) · In Google , search for: Intergovernmental Organizations Search Engine (note – the link may be the 4th or 5th in the results column as there may be advertisements at the top) · Enter Ebola AND transmission prevention in the Google Custom Search Intergovernmental Organizations box and click on Search . · How many citation search results are listed? (...) · Would some of these resources be of use for an Ebola prevention program? · Enter Ebola AND transmission control in the Google Custom Search box and click on Search . · How many citation search results are listed?
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Score: 944575.6 - https://www.who.int/hinari/tra..._Module_4_Workbook_2018_05.doc
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Commodity specific tax Tax related to a specified commodity, e.g. illuminants, salts. Customs duty Duties laid down in the Customs tariff, to which goods are liable on entering or leaving the Customs territory (CCC). (...) Miscellaneous cash deposit Duty paid and held on deposit, by Customs, during an investigation period prior to a final decision being made on any aspect related to imported goods (except valuation) by Customs. (...) Preference duty Duties laid down in the Customs tariff, to which goods are liable on entering or leaving the Customs territory falling under a preferential regime such as Generalised System of Preferences (GSP).
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Score: 944223.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...CE_DutyTaxFeeTypeCode_D09B.xsd
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Jelisic Case: Goran Jelisic Acquitted of Genocide and found Guilty of Crimes against Humanity and Violations of Laws or Customs of War Press Release ( Exclusively for the use of the media. (...) At his first initial appearance on 26 January 1998, Jelisic pleaded not guilty to all counts (genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war). However, following discussions between the Prosecution and the Defence, the accused entered, on 29 October 1998, a guilty plea to the counts of crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war, and a not guilty plea on the count of genocide. (...) THE JUDGEMENT ON CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY AND VIOLATIONS OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR Pursuant to Article 62 bis of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, the Trial Chamber had to be satisfied that the guilty plea entered by the accused on the counts of crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war was made "voluntarily" , was "not equivocal", and "that there is a sufficient factual basis for the crime and the accused’s participation in it…" The Judges first considered that the testimonies produced by the Prosecution did not leave any doubt as to the actual commission by Jelisic of the crimes he admitted.
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Score: 943779.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/2158
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Jelisic Case: Goran Jelisic Acquitted of Genocide and found Guilty of Crimes against Humanity and Violations of Laws or Customs of War Press Release ( Exclusively for the use of the media. (...) At his first initial appearance on 26 January 1998, Jelisic pleaded not guilty to all counts (genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war). However, following discussions between the Prosecution and the Defence, the accused entered, on 29 October 1998, a guilty plea to the counts of crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war, and a not guilty plea on the count of genocide. (...) THE JUDGEMENT ON CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY AND VIOLATIONS OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR Pursuant to Article 62 bis of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, the Trial Chamber had to be satisfied that the guilty plea entered by the accused on the counts of crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war was made "voluntarily" , was "not equivocal", and "that there is a sufficient factual basis for the crime and the accused’s participation in it…" The Judges first considered that the testimonies produced by the Prosecution did not leave any doubt as to the actual commission by Jelisic of the crimes he admitted.
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Score: 943779.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...ty-crimes-against-humanity-and
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Imported goods are envisaged to be manifested in the relevant customs authority in charge of their customs clearance in a manner established by the Customs agency under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan. In addition to customs declaration and other documents needed to exercise customs clearance the declaring party shall submit customs agency a conformity certificate based on the established procedure.. (...) Goods are released by the authorized customs body within the terms stipulated by the customs legislation, since the receipt of the customs declaration by the customs body, as well as for the provision of information.
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Score: 943681.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK15A1_LEG_5.pdf
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VAL/1/Add.2/SuppL .2 Page 3 (a) the average free-at-frontier unit price, not cleared through customs, expressed in the currency of the Member State in question per 100 kg net and calculated on the basis of prices for undamaged goods in the marketing centres referred to in Annex Il during the reference period referred to in Article 2 (1); (b) the quantities entered into free circulation over the period of a calendar year with payment of Common Customs Tariff duties. 3. The average free-at-frontier unit price, not cleared through customs, shall be calculated on the basis of the gross proceeds of sales made between importers and wholesalers. (...) However, in the case of major fluctuations in price in one or more Member States, as a result, for example, of an interrup- tion in the continuity of imports of a particular product, new unit values may be determined on the basis of actual prices at the time of fixing those values. Article 4 - customs duties and taxes which are not to be included in the customs value. 4.
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Score: 942556.2 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90080068.pdf
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