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Theodore Scudder et Dragan Ivetic, pour Dusan Fustar Mme Slobodanka Nedic, pour Dusko Knezevic   LA CHAMBRE DE PREMIÈRE INSTANCE du Tribunal international chargé de poursuivre les personnes présumées responsables de violations graves du droit international humanitaire commises sur le territoire de l’ex Yougoslavie depuis 1991 (le « Tribunal international »), VU la requête de Dusko Knezevic aux fins de retrait de sa photographie du site web du Tribunal ( Dusko Knezevic’s Request for Removing his Photograph from the ICTY Website ), déposée à titre confidentiel le 27 février 2004, ainsi que la requête de Zeljko Mejakic aux fins de retrait de sa photographie du site web du Tribunal ( Zeljko Mejakic’s Request for Removing his Photograph from the ICTY Website ), déposée le 8 mars 2004 (ensemble, les « Requêtes »), par lesquelles les deux accusés s’opposent à ce que leur photographie figure sur la page B/C/S du site web du Tribunal international, ATTENDU que dans les réponses aux Requêtes, déposées respectivement le 1 er et le 9 mars 2004 par le Bureau du Procureur (l’« Accusation »), cette dernière n’y soulevait aucune objection, VU les observations du Greffier adjoint du Tribunal international, déposées le 25 mars 2004 en réponse à l’invitation qui lui a été faite par la Chambre de première instance le 17 mars 2004 de se prononcer sur les Requêtes, et la réponse auxdites observations, déposée au nom de Dusko Kneževic le 30 mars 2004, VU les arguments présentés par les accusés à l’appui des Requêtes, [EXPURGÉ] ATTENDU que, dans toutes les affaires portées devant le Tribunal international, l’incidence potentielle de la couverture médiatique préalable au procès est un facteur à prendre en compte pour déterminer la crédibilité des témoins, et que la Chambre de première instance doit examiner cette question pendant le procès 1 et non pas à ce stade de la procédure, ATTENDU , également, que les questions soulevées dans les Requêtes concernent plutôt le fonctionnement du Tribunal international et relèvent donc, en vertu de l’article 23 du Règlement de procédure et de preuve du Tribunal international, de la compétence du Bureau, PAR CES MOTIFS , REJETTE les Requêtes.  
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1290432.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/mejakic/tdec/fr/040420.htm
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ASSESSMENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND KNOWLEDGE
Table 15 Self-assessment of aligned national action programmes (Asia) Subregion Knowledge-based identification and analysis of biophysical and socioeconomic drivers of DLDD Knowledge-based identification and analysis of the interaction between DLDD and climate change and biodiversity Assessmen t of the barriers to SLMa Recommend ations for removing the barriers to SLMa included Data for the indicators available Trends in abundance and distribution of selected species Trend in carbon stocks above and below ground Central Asia n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. (...) Table 17 Self-assessment of aligned national action programmes (Northern Mediterranean) Region Knowledge-based identification and analysis of biophysical and socioeconomic drivers of DLDD Knowledge-based identification and analysis of the interaction between DLDD and climate change and biodiversity Assessment of the barriers to SLMa Recommenda tions for removing the barriers to SLMa included Data for the indicators available Trends in abundance and distribution of selected species Trend in carbon stocks above and below ground Northern Mediterranean (total) 5 5 5 5 5 5 a Sustainable land management. ICCD/CRIC(13)/4 24 GE.15-00464 Table 18 Self-assessment of aligned national action programmes (Central and Eastern Europe) Region Knowledge-based identification and analysis of biophysical and socioeconomic drivers of DLDD Knowledge-based identification and analysis of the interaction between DLDD and climate change and biodiversity Assessment of the barriers to SLMa Recommenda tions for removing the barriers to SLMa included Data for the indicators available Trends in abundance and distribution of selected species Trend in carbon stocks above and below ground Central and Eastern Europe (total) 2 1 2 1 2 2 a Sustainable land management.
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Ponctuation: 1026245.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ICCD/CRIC(13)/4&Lang=F
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LETTER DATED 27 APRIL 2021 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
.: General 27 April 2021 Resolution 2573 (2021) Adopted by the Security Council on 27 April 2021 The Security Council, Reiterating its primary responsibility under the Charter of the United Nations for the maintenance of international peace and security and, in this context, the need to promote and ensure respect for international humanitarian law, Recalling all relevant Security Council resolutions, including resolutions 1265 (1999), 1894 (2009), 1998 (2011), 2175 (2014), 2286 (2016), 2417 (2018), and its Presidential Statements of 12 February 1999 (S/PRST/1999/6), 12 February 2013 (S/PRST/2013/2), 9 August 2017 (S/PRST/2017/14), 20 August 2019 (S/PRST/2019/8), and 29 April 2020 (S/PRST/2020/6), Reaffirming the full respect for the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of all States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, Reiterating the primary responsibility of States to protect the population throughout their territories, Gravely concerned about the level of violence against civilians in situations of armed conflicts, including indiscriminate attacks and establishment of military positions in densely populated areas, and their devastating impacts upon civilians, Emphasising with deep concern that ongoing armed conflicts have devastating impacts on civilians and civilian objects, including civilians engaged in duties relat ed to the operation, maintenance or repair of civilian infrastructure that is critical to the delivery of essential services to the civilian population and their assets that are civilian as such, and on objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population, exacerbate existing socio-economic fragilities and vulnerabilities, overstretch limited resources, resulting in reduced access to essential services such as health care, water, sanitation, energy, posing devastating consequences for the civilian population, and hindering an effective humanitarian response, Recognizing the interconnectedness of certain essential services, as well as the vulnerabilities of objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population that can be damaged in situations of armed conflict, S/2021/407 21-05591 4/6 Reiterating the call on all parties to armed conflict to comply with their obligations under international humanitarian law including regarding respecting and protecting civilians and taking constant care to spare civilian objects, including such objects critical to the delivery of essential services to the civilian population, refraining from attacking, destroying, removing or rendering useless objects that are indispensable to the survival of the civilian population and respecting and protecting humanitarian personnel and consignments used for humanitarian relief operations, Further expressing concern about the misuse of objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population in contravention of applicable international law, that may endanger civilians and their ability to access essential services in situations of armed conflict, Recalling its deep concern at the military use of schools in contravention of applicable international law, recognising that such use may render schools legitimate targets of attack, thus endangering children’s and teachers’ safety as well as children’s education, Noting with concern the threats posed to civilian infrastructure, including that which supports essential services to the civilian population, by the use of any means or methods of warfare in violation of international humanitarian law, and the potentially devastating humanitarian impact of such use in situations of armed conflict, Noting that armed conflicts, violations of international humanitarian law and international human rights law, and destruction of or other damage to objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population can reduce or deprive civilians of access to essential services in situations of armed conflicts, and can be drivers of or aggravate forced displacement, compound the spread of infectious diseases in these contexts and hamper an effective public health response, Reiterating its commitment to pursue all possible avenues to prevent and end armed conflicts, including through addressing their underlying root causes in an inclusive, integrated and sustainable manner, Reiterating the need to strengthen efforts to resolve armed conflict and build sustainable peace and convinced that the protection of civilians in armed conflict and the protection of objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population should be an important aspect in this regard, Reiterating deep concern at the increasing number of civilians in ongoing armed conflict and related violence facing the threat of conflict -induced food insecurity and the threat of famine, Noting that the humanitarian situation in many armed conflicts can also be compounded by economic crises, increasingly frequent and severe weather events, and natural disasters and has deteriorated as a result of the impacts of the COVID -19 pandemic and, in this regard, reaffirming the need for combatting and sustainably recovering from the pandemic, Recalling the obligations of all parties to armed conflicts under international law, including international human rights law, as applicable , and international humanitarian law including the prohibition of attacks directed against civilians and civilian objects, medical personnel and humanitarian personnel exclusively engaged in medical duties, their means of transport and equipment, hospitals , and other medical facilities, Underlining the obligations of all parties to armed conflicts under international humanitarian law related to protecting civilians and civilian objects, meeting the basic S/2021/407 5/6 21-05591 needs of the civilian population within their territory or under their control, and allowing and facilitating the rapid and unimpeded passage of impartial humanitarian relief to all those in need, Stressing the particular impact that armed conflict has on women, children, including as refugees and internally displaced persons, and other civilians who may have specific vulnerabilities including persons with disabilities and older persons, including through increased risk of violence and lack of access to essential services, and stressing the protection and assistance needs of all affected civilian populations, Recalling its practice that mandates of UN peacekeeping and other relevant missions include, where appropriate and on a case-by-case basis, provisions regarding the protection of civilians, Stressing the need to fight against impunity and the importance of ensuring accountability for serious violations of international law, including international humanitarian law and international human rights law, Recognising the need to return as quickly as possible and in an inclusive and equitable manner provision of essential services, while building back better and providing more resilient essential services to the civilian population, in contributing to advancing the comprehensive approach to sustaining peace in countries in situations of armed conflict and post-conflict, and in this regard, welcoming relevant international and regional cooperation, 1. (...) Further demands that all parties to armed conflict fully comply with their obligations under international humanitarian law regarding taking due care to spare the civilian population, civilians and civilian objects, refraining from attacking, destroying, removing or rendering useless objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population, and respecting and protecting humanitarian personnel and consignments used for humanitarian relief operations; 4.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 914586.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2021/407&Lang=F
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 42ND MEETING :2ND COMMITTEE, HELD ON FRIDAY, 8 DECEMBER 1995, NEW YORK.
A/C.2/50/SR.42 Français Page 5 Beijing" et, dans la version anglaise, les termes "an enabling environment by, inter alia , removing" par les termes "an enabling environment through, inter alia , by removing".
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Ponctuation: 914586.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/C.2/50/SR.42&Lang=F
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STRENGTHENING THE ROLE OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN FINANCING FOR DEVELOPMENT : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Nations Unies A/59/800 Assemblée générale Distr. générale 19 mai 2005 Français Original: anglais 05-35161 (F) 160605 210605 *0535161* Cinquante-neuvième session
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Ponctuation: 910044 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/59/800&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE INDEPENDENCE OF JUDGES AND LAWYERS ON HIS MISSION TO POLAND : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Following this period, the Minister of Justice retains the power to dismiss court president at his discretion, and the National Council for the Judiciary can block the decision to dismiss a court president only with a qualified majority of two thirds of its members.21 The amendments also introduce a new ground for dismissal which could easily be abused to remove judges at the Minister’s discretion and provide to the Minister unfettered power to appoint new court presidents without any obligation to obtain the approval of the general assembly of the court concerned or the National Council of the Judiciary, as was the case under the previous Act. 49.
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Ponctuation: 898880.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/38/38/ADD.1&Lang=F
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LETTER DATED 13 FEBRUARY 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF AZERBAIJAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Such measures by Armenia include, inter alia, conducting illegal archaeological excavations in historical places in the occupied territories and dis torting their results, perpetrating barbarian acts of destruction of the Azerbaijani historical monuments of national and world importance, including mosques and other sacred shrines, presenting non-Armenian churches as their own, removing any traces of Azerbaijani cultural and historical roots, changing toponyms, falsifying inscriptions on the monuments and constructing other fake narratives.
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Ponctuation: 893179.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/72/747&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Disponible à l’adresse www.ituc-csi.org/hungary-udpated-covid19-measures. 34 OMS, Commission européenne et Observatoire européen des systèmes et des politiques de santé, COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor, Cross-Country Analysis, « How are Countries Removing Financial Barriers to Accessing Health Services In The Context Of COVID-19? (...) Disponible à l’adresse https://analysis.covid19healthsystem.org/index.php/2020/04/27/how-are- countries-removing-financial-barriers-to-accessing-health-services-in-the-context-of-covid-19/. 35 OIT, COVID-19 et le monde du travail : réponses politiques nationales, Bosnie-Herzégovine, « Autres mesures », 2020. (...) Ainsi, la France a publié de nouvelles orientations pour faciliter l’accès rapide à ces services47. 38 OMS, Commission européenne et Observatoire européen des systèmes et des politiques de santé, COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor, Cross-Country Analysis, « How are Countries Removing Financial Barriers to Accessing Health Services In The Context Of COVID-19?
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Ponctuation: 892833.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=E/2020/63&Lang=F
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OFFICE DES NATIONS
OFFICE DES NATIONS UNIES A GENEVE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA 2011/068 07/04/2011 LISTE QUOTIDIENNE DES DOCUMENTS PUBLIES A GENEVE DAILY LIST OF DOCUMENTS ISSUED AT GENEVA Cette liste n'est pas un document officiel This list is not an official document Cote - Symbol Titre principal - Main title A C E F R S ODS CONVENTION CONTRE LA TORTURE CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE CAT/C/ESP/CO/0005/Add.1 SPAIN: CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS-ADDENDUM - - X O - P X CAT/C/TJK/0002 TAJIKISTAN : SECOND PERIODIC REPORT - - O O X O X CAT/C/TKM/0001 TURKMENISTAN: PERIODIC REPORT - - P X P P X COMMISSION ECONOMIQUE - ECONOMIC COMMISSION POUR L'EUROPE (CEE) FOR EUROPE (ECE) E/ECE/0324/Rev.1/Add.47/Rev.6/Amend.4 Additif 47: Règlement No 48 - - P P X - X E/ECE/0324/Rev.1/Add.47/Rev.6/Amend.5 Additif 47: Règlement No 48 - - P P X - X E/ECE/0324/Rev.1/Add.52/Rev.2/Amend.3 Addendum 52 - Regulation 53 - - P P X - X E/ECE/0324/Rev.1/Add.76/Rev.2/Amend.2 Regulation 77 - - P P X - X E/ECE/0324/Rev.1/Add.82/Rev.3/Amend.2/Corr.1 Regulation 83 - - P P X - X E/ECE/0324/Rev.1/Add.86/Rev.2/Amend.3 Regulation 87 - - P P X - X E/ECE/0324/Rev.2/Add.100/Rev.2/Amend.4 Regulation 101 - - P P X - X ECE/ENERGY/WP.4/2011/0007 Removing barriers in the state Sector in Belarus - - X P P - X ECE/MP.WAT/WG.1/2011/0005 Finalization of the second assessment - - X - - - X ECE/TRADE/C/WP.7/GE.1/2011/0001 Provisional Agenda 59th session - - P X P - X ECE/TRANS/0180/Add.9/Corr.2 GLOBAL TECHNICAL REGULATION NO. 9 - - P P X - X ECE/TRANS/SC.2/GEURL/2011/0002 UNECE Group of Experts:Administrative arrangements - - P X P - X ECE/TRANS/WP.15/2011/0005 Parts 8 and 9: Terminology (Sweden) - - P X P - X ECE/TRANS/WP.30/0255 Annotated Provisional Agenda - - P X P - X CHANGEMENTS CLIMATIQUES - CLIMATE CHANGE FCCC/ARR/2010/SVN Rpt ind rev of the ann subm in 2010 - SVN - - X - - - X FCCC/AWGLCA/2011/CRP.0001 Proposal on prov. agenda by Group of 77China - - X - - - X CONSEIL DE SECURITE - SECURITY COUNCIL S/AC.26/SR.0171 (Prov.)
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Ponctuation: 882742.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=DL/GV/2011/068&Lang=F
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FCCC/KP/CMP/2006/
Furthermore, the EU encourages all Parties to share good practices and lessons learned with regard to removing barriers and attracting appropriate CDM investments. 2. (...) In particular: • Use of the DNA-forum established at COP/MOP 1 to share good practices and lessons learned with regard to removing barriers for CDM implementation and report to the COP/MOP on these experiences - the EU welcomes the recent informal meeting of this forum and notes its value to build capacity through exchange of views and experiences (...) The concerned Pakistani authorities have requested that provision of capacity building projects in countries like Pakistan may be made possible which will remove a major barrier to CDM projects activities.
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Ponctuation: 882530.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...FCCC/KP/CMP/2006/MISC.1&Lang=F
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