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His co-accused, the former Macedonian Interior Minister, Ljube Boškoski, was acquitted of all charges. (...) The Trial Chamber also found that two reports were made on the evening of 12 August by police of the Interior Ministry to the investigating judicial authority and to the public prosecutor. (...) In particular he was found guilty of the murder of Rami Jusufi, Sulejman Bajrami and Muharem Ramadani, ordering planning and instigating the destruction of property of the 12 ethnic Albanian residents, as well as the cruel treatment of 13 Albanians at Adem Ametovski’s house and of ten others at Braca’s house. However, the Chamber found that Tarčulovski was himself acting under orders during the operation.
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Score: 1171082.6 - https://www.icty.org/en/sid/9943
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Microsoft Word - cis_boskoski_tarculovski_en.doc NOT AN OFFICIAL DOCUMENT C A S E I N F O R M A T I O N S H E E T Document prepared by the Communications Service of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia 1 (IT-04-82) BOŠKOSKI & TARČULOVSKI LJUBE BOŠKOSKI Found not guilty Former Minister of Interior of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) - Found not guilty JOHAN TARČULOVSKI Convicted of murder, wanton destruction, cruel treatment A police officer acting as an escort inspector in the president's security unit in the Ministry of the Interior; provided personal security for the President - Sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment Crimes convicted of (examples): Murder, wanton destruction of cities, towns or villages and cruel treatment (violations of laws or customs of war)  Tarčulovski personally led a police attack on the village of Ljuboten;  He ordered, planned and instigated the murders of Rami Jusufi, Sulejman Bajrami and Muharem Ramadani;  He ordered, planned and instigated the wanton destruction of the houses or other property of twelve ethnic Albanian residents;  He ordered, planned and instigated the cruel treatment at Adem Ametovski’s house of thirteen ethnic Albanian residents and the cruel treatment at the ‘Braca house’ of ten ethnic Albanian residents Born 24 October 1960 in Tetovo, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia(FYROM) Indictments Initial: 9 March 2005, made public on 15 March 2005; amended: 2 November 2005; second amended: 26 May 2006 Arrested 31 August 2004, by Croatian authorities (on unrelated charges) Transferred to ICTY 24 March 2005 Initial appearance 1 April 2005, pleaded not guilty to all charges Trial Chamber Judgement 10 July 2008, found not guilty Appeals Chamber Judgement 19 May 2010, found not guilty CASE INFORMATION SHEET (IT-04-82) BOŠKOSKI & TARČULOVSKI Document prepared by the Communications Service of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia 2 STATISTICS TRIAL Commenced 16 April 2007 Closing arguments 6 - 8 May 2008 Trial Chamber II Judge Kevin Parker (presiding), Judge Christine Van Den Wyngaert and Judge Krister Thelin Counsel for the Prosecution Dan Saxon, Nisha Valabhji, Meritxell Regue, Gerard Dobbyn Counsel for the Defence Edina Rešidović, Guénaël Mettraux for Ljube Boškoski; Antonio Apostolski, Jasmina Živković for Johan Tarčulovski Judgement 10 July 2008 APPEALS Appeals Chamber Judge Patrick Robinson (presiding), Judge Mehmet Güney, Judge Andrèsia Vaz, Judge Liu Daqun and Judge Theodor Meron Counsel for the Prosecution Paul Rogers Counsel for the Defence Edina Rešidović, Guénaël Mettraux for Ljube Boškoski; Alan M. (...) However, the Chamber found that Boškoski, as Minister of Interior at the material time, had the power to control and direct the police and any other operative employees of the Ministry of the Interior, including members of the reserve police. (...) In fact two reports were made, in the course of their ordinary duties, by police of the Ministry of Interior, to the appropriate authorities, i.e. the investigating judicial authority and to the public prosecutor.
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Score: 1167592.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...is_boskoski_tarculovski_en.pdf
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In Iraq, a multi-partner collaboration to provide virtual training to Iraqi Local Police has been organized by UNDP in partnership with the Ministry of Interior’s Training and Qualification Directorate, the Police Affairs Agency, Governorate Police Directorates and Danish National Police.  (...) According to one Iraqi Local Police co-instructor, “This virtual training experience, jointly conducted by UNDP and the Ministry of the Interior/Training and Qualification Directorate Criminal Investigation Training Center is the first of its kind at the Iraqi Ministry of Interior due to the coronavirus pandemic. (...) Read more Press Releases After Destruction, Sinjar Court House Officially Reopens with Support from USAID and UNDP The Sinjar Court House has been reopened with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United States Agency for International Developm...
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Score: 1156928.4 - https://www.undp.org/arab-stat...rtual-training-amidst-covid-19
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Some improvements in the interior organization of the space are expected to be achieved as part of this reconstruction. (...) For the interior is planned a complete reconstruction as it was in 2017? (...) Q9.6: Is it possible for other team members; interior design, landscape design to be a part of the team?
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Score: 1153037.4 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...tions_-_al_nouri_arch_comp.pdf
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According to the indictment, between May 2001 and November 2002, Ljube Boskoski was the Minister of Interior of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). (...) Later in the day, Johan Tarculovski and members of the police unit under his command, moved to a house where five unarmed men had taken refuge. After calling out for the owner of the house, the police unit opened fire on it. (...) When the men inside the house tried to escape, the police unit shot at them forcing them to run towards the mountain behind the house.
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Score: 1149831.6 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...-johan-tarculovski-made-public
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According to the indictment, between May 2001 and November 2002, Ljube Boskoski was the Minister of Interior of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). (...) Later in the day, Johan Tarculovski and members of the police unit under his command, moved to a house where five unarmed men had taken refuge. After calling out for the owner of the house, the police unit opened fire on it. (...) When the men inside the house tried to escape, the police unit shot at them forcing them to run towards the mountain behind the house.
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Score: 1149831.6 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/4270
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According to the indictment, between May 2001 and November 2002, Ljube Boskoski was the Minister of Interior of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). (...) Later in the day, Johan Tarculovski and members of the police unit under his command, moved to a house where five unarmed men had taken refuge. After calling out for the owner of the house, the police unit opened fire on it. (...) When the men inside the house tried to escape, the police unit shot at them forcing them to run towards the mountain behind the house.
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Score: 1149831.6 - https://www.icty.org/en/sid/8626
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Donors UNICEF UNDP (incl. one UN fund) Japan Germany BDO Foundation INC AXA Group Management Services Adelphi Research GMBH Partners Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC) National Housing Authority Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Local Government Academy (LGA) Climate Change Commission (CCC) Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) League of Cities of the Philippines BDO Foundation, Inc. (...) The assessment particularly considered the status of housing finance instruments and costs, as well as the roles of… + DOWNLOAD Financing for Resilient and Green Urban Solutions in Cebu, Philippines + Download the response plan + View the COVID-19 Appeal + Join us Назад Вперёд + More publications Legacy content Total value of UN-Habitat investments (2008-2013): US$ 869,370 Total number of UN-Habitat projects (2008-2013): 7 projects Main donors: The main donors to UN-HABITAT’s projects in the Philippines are Multi Donor Group Fund – Spain, Asian Development Bank (ADB), Instituto de Promocion y Apoyo al Desarrollo (IPADE), Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), Saggitarius Mines, Inc. and BASF Social Foundation. (...) The assistance will consist of provision of transitory housing while they plan and negotiate with the village and city governments and other stakeholders for a permanent and sustainable solution to their land tenure and housing problems.   
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Score: 1139844.1 - https://unhabitat.org/ru/node/91272
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The lockdown of victims with perpetrators of violence in common households increase the risk of violence in intimate relationships during the COVID-19 pandemic. • Ministry of the Interior has not registered any major increase in rates of evicted persons from common household (police can evict violent person from the household for 10 days) so far. (...) The Office of the Government also spreads information about the application called Bright Sky, which can help victims evaluate their situation, offer advice, store evidence about the occurrence of the violence, and interconnect the victims with relevant organisations or police. • The Committee for the Prevention of Domestic and Gender-Based Violence, an advisory committee to the Government Council for Equality of Women and Men, has issued a set of recommendations to the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Ministry of Health, Office of the Government of the Czech Republic, and Prosecutor General’s Office. The recommendations were concerned with the monitoring and evaluating of statistical data, issuing methodological recommendations to the Authority for Social and Legal Protection of Children which would set the duty to regularly contact victims of domestic violence in families where children are at risk, maintaining confidentiality about the addresses of asylum housing, informing the wider public about organisations which offer help to the victims and perpetrators, and ensuring prompt testing of victims and their children who decide seek admittance to the asylum housing where tests on SARS-CoV-2 are required. • The Prosecutor General’s Office published information on the prosecution of cases of domestic and gender-based violence during the state of emergency.
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Score: 1135967.6 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...bmission-Czech-Republic-en.pdf
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Microsoft Word - CZECHREPweb.doc 1 MINISTRY OF INTERIOR OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC Human Resources Department Prague Reference : SP-59/PD-2005 Prague 28th April 2005 Director of the Division for the Advancement of Women Department of Economic and Social Affairs Two United Nations Plaza, room DC2-1250 New York NY 10017 Materials of the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic regarding the violence against women in the Czech Republic Crime prevention department of the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic is responsible for prevention of trafficking of human beings and victims assistance. (...) Human Resources Department of the Ministry of the Interior is responsible for issue of the Gender Equality. (...) Frantisek DOLEZAL Head of Human Resources Department Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic
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Score: 1133046.6 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/.../vaw/responses/CZECHREPweb.pdf
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