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Message Center : Submit a Message Your message to the peacekeepers can be: A . a general message to all peacekeepers B . a specific message to peacekeepers of a particular mission Your message must be sent between 16 September (Peace Day) and 24 October 1998 (UN Day). Messages sent after 24 October might not be accepted. You can submit your message via the World Wide Web. Simply click here and fill out the form. To submit a message via e-mail, send an e-mail to peaceday@un.org and in the subject field write 'Form'.
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Score: 1085462.3 - https://www.un.org/chinese/center/chbus/peacek/submsg.htm
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Pursuant to Rule 94(B), the Defence requests the Trial Chamber to take judicial notice of 83 facts that it submits have been adjudicated at trial and settled on appeal in the following cases: Prosecutor v. (...) Milomir Stakic. 2 The Defence further submits that all proposed facts comply with the criteria enumerated by the Trial Chamber in Prosecutor v. (...) The Prosecution seeks denial of 65 of the 83 proposed adjudicated facts, and sets out the specific reasons for opposing the proposed facts in Annex A to the Response.5 3. The Prosecution submits that, for 43 proposed facts taken from the Simic trial judgement, there \ is nothing to indicate whether they were actually adjudicated by the Simic Chamber, or if instead they simply constitute a recital of the evidence given by one or more witnesses on a certain issue.6 The Prosecution does not oppose judicial notice of allJhe proposed facts taken from the Simic judgement; but it submits that care should be exercised in taking judicial notice of them, asserting that they stand in contrast to other parts of the judgement specifically dedicated to factual findings?
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Score: 1050406.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/z..._stanisicm/tdec/en/110629a.pdf
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Score: 1039433 - https://www.itu.int/wtpf21/en/privacy-notice/
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Score: 1029843.7 - https://www.itu.int/now4wrc23/privacy-notice/
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Oummih’s Appeal 11. Ms. Oummih submits that, whilst she suffered no material harm from the written reprimand, her moral harm was not negligible and was not remedied by the withdrawal of the reprimand. (...) The Secretary-General submits that Ms. Oummih has failed to show error of law or fact on the part of the UNDT, but simply restates the claims she made before the first instance court. 15. On the merits, he submits that the UNDT correctly rejected Ms. Oummih’s claims concerning the existence of the written reprimand.
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Score: 1029585.7 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-413.pdf
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Instead an update report on the security situation in Mali, including any developments regarding the COVID-19 measures, should be submitted on 3 July. The Registry need not reproduce information already contained in its previous report or its observations on the impact of COVID-19, but can simply reference those filings and advise of any changes or new or additional information. (...) Al Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed AgMahmoud (”Case”), the Chamber instructed the Registry to submit a report on the security situation in Mali respectively by 31 January 2020 and 3 July 2020 (Transcript of 12 December 2019, ICC-01/12-01/18-T-008, p. 7, lines 5-6). The first report with reference number ICC-01/12-01/18-571-Conf was submitted by the Registry on 31 January 2020. In light of Registry’s filing ICC-01/12-01/18-824 on methods of work to minimise the impact of COVID- 19 and related measures on the conduct of proceedings submitted on 20 May 2020 and related Annex II on COVID- 19 impact on politics, socio-economics and security, as well as the upcoming status conference in the Case, the Registry hereby kindly seeks the Chamber’s guidance as to whether the second security report due on 3 July is still warranted.
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Score: 1011711.7 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...elatedRecords/CR2021_01084.PDF
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Score: 1011196.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/about/Pages/privacy-notice.aspx
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Score: 1011196.7 - https://www.itu.int/now4wrc23/fr/privacy-notice/
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