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COMMENTS AND FURTHER INFORMATION RELATED TO THE DRAFT DECISION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR LIQUID FORMULATIONS (EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE AND SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE) CONTAINING PARAQUAT DICHLORIDE AT OR ABOVE 276 G/L, CORRESPONDING TO PARAQUAT ION AT OR ABOVE 200 G/L : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Some of them are not typical for paraquat exposure (e.g. fever, bone pain, locked jaw, or loss of consciousness). Misidentification of products may have occurred in the survey. (...) Patients may develop a burning sensation, soreness and pain in the mouth, throat, chest and abdomen.
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COMMENTS AND FURTHER INFORMATION RELATED TO THE DRAFT DECISION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR LIQUID FORMULATIONS (EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE AND SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE) CONTAINING PARAQUAT DICHLORIDE AT OR ABOVE 276 G/L, CORRESPONDING TO PARAQUAT ION AT OR ABOVE 200 G/L
Some of them are not typical for paraquat exposure (e.g. fever, bone pain, locked jaw, or loss of consciousness). Misidentification of products may have occurred in the survey. (...) Patients may develop a burning sensation, soreness and pain in the mouth, throat, chest and abdomen.
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IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF): SUMMARY REPORT
According to Justice for Iran (JFI), forms of sexual torture and other ill-treatment reported include sexual harassment and assault, extraction of false confessions regarding women’s sexual relationships, unjustified strip and body cavity searches, inappropriate touching of genitals and breasts, threats of rape, forced marriages, rape of young virgin girls before execution, deprivation of access to sanitary pads, deprivation of access to safe, hygienic conditions during pregnancy and delivery, and the use of women’s newly born infants as a tool to inflict psychological pain.37 Joint Submission 9 emphasized that women and LGBTI persons in prison were particularly vulnerable.38 24. (...) JFI noted reports that gay, lesbian and transgender persons were subjected by health care professionals, including those working in public hospitals, to electroshock treatment, mind-altering and nausea-inducing drugs, non-consensual sterilization, and grossly negligent sex reassignment surgeries resulting in horrific scarring, loss of sexual sensation, debilitating infectious diseases, incontinence, chronic chest pain and severe back pain.92 JS8 recommended enacting legislation and developing a clear policy to regulate the practice of sex reassignment surgery ensuring that it is grounded in human rights, provides quality, affordable and timely care and protects patients in cases of malpractice.93 63.
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LETTER DATED 2006/07/31 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Likewise, the Security Council has been prevented from reacting to the daily threats of resort to force against Iran, even the threat of using nuclear weapons,6 uttered at the highest levels by the US,7 UK8 and the lawless Israeli regime9 in violation of Article 2(4) of the Charter. 10 2SCR 479, (28 September 1980), OP1: “Calls upon Iran and Iraq to refrain immediately from any further use of force, and to settle their dispute by peaceful means and in conformity with principles of justice and international law.” 3 SCR 514 (12 July 1982). 4 S/16433, S/17127, S/17911. 5 New York Times, 18 August 2002. 6 On April 18, 2006 when President Bush was asked whether U.S. options regarding Iran “include the possibility of a nuclear strike” he refused to rule out a U.S. nuclear strike on Iran and instead replied: “All options are on the table.” 7 Iran will face “tangible and painful consequences,” and the United States will use “all tools at our disposal” to thwart Iran’s nuclear program and is already “beefing up defensive measures” to do so. (...) In November 2003 and in the wake of sensational media reports on the so-called 18-years of concealment by Iran, the Agency confirmed that “to date, there is no evidence that the previously undeclared nuclear material and activities … were related to a 11 US Department of State: http://usinfo.state.gov/mena/Archive/2006/Mar/06-846555.html. 12 Kayhan, 6 November 2004. 13 Statement by President of the Islamic Republic of Iran before the General Assembly, 17 September 2005. 14 See, inter alia, IAEA – GOV/2006/15, paragraph 30, IAEA – GOV/2004/83, paragraph 6, IAEA – GOV/2005/67, paragraph 56 and IAEA - GOV/OR.1119* Issued: April 2005, paragraph 103.
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 18TH SESSION : 1232ND PLENARY MEETING, MONDAY, 7 OCTOBER 1963, NEW YORK
At this stage, although I do not want it to be in any sense political, I want the Assembly to realize how the machinery works. 27. (...) Naturally, two meet- ings were scheduled for 9 May. However, the sense of responsibility of the Buddhist leaders was such that they c almed the crowd and told the people to put off both meetings. (...) On 11 June, there occurred that sensational event which rocked the whole world. Thich Quang Duc per- formed the act of self-immolation.
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Journalists and media organizations shall strive to maintain the highest standards of ethical conduct in reporting children's affairs and, in particular, they shall 1. strive for standards of excellence in terms of accuracy and sensitivity when reporting on issues involving children; 2. avoid programming and publication of images which intrude upon the media space of children with information which is damaging to them; 3. avoid the use of stereotypes and sensational presentation to promote journalistic material involving children; 4. consider carefully the consequences of publication of any material concerning children and shall minimise harm to children; 5. guard against visually or otherwise identifying children unless it is demonstrably in the public interest; 6. give children, where possible, the right of access to media to express their own opinions without inducement of any kind; 7. ensure independent verification of information provided by children and take special care to ensure that verification takes place without putting child informants at risk; 8. avoid the use of sexualised images of children; 9. use fair, open and straight forward methods for obtaining pictures and, where possible, obtain them with the knowledge and consent of children or a responsible adult, guardian or carer; 10. verify the credentials of any organization purporting to speak for or to represent the interests of children; 11. not make payment to children for material involving the welfare of children or to parents or guardians of children unless it is demonstrably in the interest of the child.
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Score: 983202.3 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia..._Issues_Involving_Children.pdf
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Symptoms of ciguatera poisoning include nausea, vomiting, and neurologic symptoms, such as tingling sensation on fingers and toes. There is currently no specific treatment for ciguatera poisoning. (...) In humans, the clinical signs of acute cyanide intoxication can include: rapid respiration, drop in blood pressure, dizziness, headache, stomach pains, vomiting, diarrhoea, mental confusion, cyanosis with twitching and convulsions followed by terminal coma.
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Score: 983176.2 - https://www.who.int/news-room/.../detail/natural-toxins-in-food
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THE AUSTRIAN STRATEGY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND ITS MONITORING : SUPPORTING PAPER / SUBMITTED BY STATISTICS AUSTRIA
“Thereby [In this approach], not only the scientific-technically based measurement values but also the aspects of people’s perception and sensation must be taken into consideration, since sustainable development must be oriented towards their needs.” 18. (...) At the local level indicators taking into account people’s perception and sensation are applied more frequently. 20. At present we are defining objectives for the monitoring of sustainable development, afterwards we will choose indicators for them.
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SECURITY COUNCIL, 70TH YEAR : 7501ST MEETING, FRIDAY, 7 AUGUST 2015, NEW YORK
Tennari described treating following the attack in Sarmeen: a burning sensation in the eyes, face, throat and on their exposed skin, tearing, blurred vision, shortness of breath, a feeling of suffocation, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhoea, headache, generalized weakness, drowsiness, disorientation, and a loss of consciousness. (...) This has compounded an already rampant sense of impunity in Syria. Pointing the finger matters. (...) Since that time, Governments have taken pains to come to terms with it, adopting the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons in 1968.
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Score: 969886.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=S/PV.7501&Lang=E
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Yuna Kim, Republic of Korea International skating sensation Yuna Kim was appointed UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador on 12 July 2010, just months after winning Olympic gold in women’s single skating in Vancouver, Canada.
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Score: 966379.3 - https://www.unicef.org/goodwill-ambassadors/yuna-kim
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