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If there is no opposition from the room to do that, I suggest we move on in that way. But for the moment, I'll put the two on the screen so you can really see the difference between them. (...) And you'll see a new Revision 1 of Document 63 appear. I'll give you a little more time on this paragraph, since these are points that we have just discussed now, this afternoon. (...) So I don't know there would be a problem with putting back this text. I'll give everyone a moment in case anyone would like to speak about this or propose that; otherwise, we'll decide to do so.
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Score: 1388659.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...3A_26Nov_1430-1545_edited.docx
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It suffered from those who were willing to kill in the warped name of ethnic difference, from those who saw division and death as a path to power. (...) That December, six months after the genocide, I visited Rwanda for the first time. I'll never forget the horror of walking through a churchyard and schoolyard where one of the massacres had occurred.
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Score: 1385252.5 - https://www.un.org/en/preventg...009-Amb.%20Rice's%20speech.pdf
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It's my hope that we'll be able to do it 14 by the end of the week. I'll make that representation to you, 15 Your Honour. The difficulty is, to be frank, I have five Status 16 Conferences this week, the Blaskic Appeals Chamber decision coming out, 17 the filing in the Simic brief tomorrow, and a filing in another brief on 18 Thursday. So all I can say is I'll do my best to get something by the end 19 of this week, or I'll indicate to the Court if I'm unable to. (...) If that's satisfactory to Your Honour, 7 Judge Guney, I'll give you either something by Friday, or certainly an 8 indication if I'm unable to make that deadline with the deadline when I 9 can file. 10 JUDGE GUNEY: [Interpretation] Thank you, Mr.
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Score: 1354315.2 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/nikolic/trans/en/040726SC.htm
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Case number IT-00-39 7 & 40-PT, the Prosecutor versus Momcilo Krajisnik and Biljana Plavsic. 8 JUDGE MAY: Yes. I'll hear the appearances. 9 MR. HARMON: Good afternoon, Judge May. (...) If they're finished, of course I'll turn them over 23 to the Prosecution. 24 Mr. (...) The 8 transcripts are no longer being prepared or done. And I'll get back to 9 that issue. 10 I had sent Ms.
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Score: 1341388.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/plavsic/trans/en/020308SC.htm
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. >> CHAIRMAN: Thank you, Mr. Ba. I'll now open the floor for any comments on the document. I see none. So I'll consider that endorsed and we will send it on to Committee 4. (...) We changed that to make it clear that these are operational costs. I'll keep -- I'll leave my presentation at that, but if there are any questions, I'll gladly answer them.
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Score: 1324172.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/plenipo...ents/captioning/com6-04am.docx
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This is one of the texts that I'll defer to an informal group and also with the energy efficiency text coming from Cameroon. (...) So if you don't mind, I'll put this issue also with the informal meeting. (...) Before we get into it, I'll give the floor to Hungary to present their document. >> Hungary: Thank you very much, Mr.
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Score: 1320957.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/wcit-12/Documents/dec4plenary3.docx
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Ladies and gentlemen, at this point I'll move for the adoption of the agenda. Iran, you're back on the screen. >> IRAN: Thank you. (...) Thank you, Chair. >> CHAIR: Thank you. I'll do just that. But I'll hear from Sudan. >> SUDAN: Thank you, Mr.  (...) HORTON: Thank you, Chairman. I'll be delighted to respond to the request from you.
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Score: 1313183.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/wcit-12/Documents/dec10com5-4.docx
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I'll give the floor to Brazil, UAE, then Chile. But I'd like to ask if we can strike out 42X for the sake of the meeting. (...) We want to clear Article 6 completely, if possible. I'll give you the floor. I will take Togo, >> TOGO: Thank you, Chairman. (...) And we will come to that and I'll bring it back with Mr. Horton to the meeting.
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Score: 1306342.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/wcit-12/Documents/dec13plenary12.docx
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(Local) SECRETARY RICE: I thought that I might just come back and recap a little bit some of the impressions of the trip and some of what we were able to do here, what the President was able to do here, and then I'll take your questions. I'll be pretty brief. I think first and foremost, of course, the President came to celebrate Israel's 60th. (...) And he's looking at the fact that frankly the states of the region, seeing that there is a problem in the region, but maybe it's not Israel, may be ready finally to give their full support to resolving this problem. The final thing I'll say is, a lot of analysts aren't in the room with these people when they talk about what it is they're actually doing. (...) And the parties, five months before Annapolis, were not even willing to talk about the core issues — borders, refugees, Jerusalem, the settlements.
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Score: 1296704.1 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-193848/
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The only three main items on the agenda, and I'll wait for your comments on the agenda before we accept it shortly. (...) Thank you. >> CHAIR: Thank you. I'll take Brazil and we will quickly move on to the other subject. (...) And I'll call on Iran to make a statement. Thank you. >> IRAN: Thank you, Chairman.
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Score: 1292435.45 - https://www.itu.int/en/wcit-12/Documents/dec7com5-3.docx
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