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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 15 JULY 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF ISRAEL TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Patrol personnel also aimed a 12.7 mm machine gun in the direction of Lebanese territory. The patrol left at 1145 hours. (...) They also aimed their weapons and a 12.7 mm machine gun in the direction of Lebanese territory. They left at 1415 hours. (...) During the work, patrol personnel aimed a 12.7 mm machine gun mounted on the Hummer vehicle in the direction of Lebanese territory.
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Score: 1401349.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2016/624&Lang=E
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. - 3 - DGP/19-IP/16 · Firearms, guns and weapons — any object capable, or appearing capable, of discharging a projectile or causing injury. · Pointed/edged weapons and sharp objects — any pointed or bladed item capable of being used to cause injury. (...) Category 1. Firearms, guns and weapons Air pistols, rifles and pellet guns All firearms (pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns, etc.) Animal humane killers Ball bearing guns Catapults Component parts of firearms (excluding telescopic sighting devices and sights) Cross bows Harpoon and spear guns Industrial bolt and nail guns Lighters shaped like a firearm Replica and imitation firearms Signal flare pistols Starter pistols Stun or shocking devices, e.g. cattle prods, ballistic conducted energy weapons (taser) Toy guns of all types Category 2.
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Score: 1397784.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...sGoods/DGP19/DGP.19.IP.016.pdf
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 85/05/03 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SWEDEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
(a) Pistols, revolvers, rifles, carbines, machine-guns, light machine-guns and submachine-guns, although not airguns and spring-propelled gunsr smooth-bore shotguns and guns that are not subject to the provisions of the Weapons Act (197381176) 1 lb) Bayonets! (...) (a) Pieces of ordnance such as cannon and howitzers, mortars and armour-piercing weapons, such as anti-tank rifles and light anti-tank weaponsr (b) Flame-throwers and also devices designed for military purposes for the shooting of pyrotechnic materiel and smoke matdriel, (cl Devices designed for military purposes and equipment for dealing and aligning the materiel under (a) and (b)r (d) Special parts for the matdr iel under (a)-(c). 3. (...) (a) Explosives, gunpowder and detonators for the materiel under 3, 4 and GI (b) Explosive charges and detonators designed for military purposes for such materiel8 (c) Pyrotechnic materiel and smoke ayents designed for military purposes; (d) Propellants produced for robots, rockets and torpedoes8 (e) Gelatinization aqents for the production of incendiary agents. 8.
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Score: 1364303.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=S/17140/ADD.1&Lang=E
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This is not a good outcome, but it’s the best possible outcome - Chris Gunness, UNRWA Since then, UNRWA has mobilised $238 million of additional funding from around the globe, but the money received so far only covers the Agency’s services until the end of September. (...) Speaking to UN News on Thursday, UNRWA spokesperson Chris Gunness said that, despite the shortfall, the Agency felt obliged to open the schools on time: “For Palestinians an education is a passport to dignity. (...) “We are doing everything in our power to work with the donor community to ensure that we can implement and honour our historic mandate and mission,” added Mr. Gunness. A meeting of UNRWA’s Advisory Commission in Amman, Jordan, on Thursday was called to discuss ways to secure the resources needed to keep the schools running.
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Score: 1349338.2 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2018/08/1017222
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NOTE DATED 52/08/15 FROM THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES ADDRESSED TO THE ACTING SECRETARY-GENERAL TRANSMITTING 5 COMMUNIQUES ISSUED BY THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND IN KOREA
ere dispersed. The big guns also sil~nced several enemy artillery strong points. (...) Porter engaged three I05-mm. gun batteries at daim and exchanged fire for several hours. (...) Condamine and R.M.S. Concord attaclmd Red guns near Chodo and Raeju. '\ 2
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Score: 1344069.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/2743&Lang=E
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 28 DECEMBER 2015 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF ISRAEL TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
(Signed) Danny Danon Ambassador Permanent Representative S/2015/1045 3/5 15-23007 Annex to the identical letters dated 28 December 2015 from the Permanent Representative of Israel to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General and the President of the Security Council Response of Israel to the alleged accusations Date Time Nature of alleged violation Comment/reference 1 October 2015 0830 Pointing a Samsung machine gun mounted on a Humvee vehicle towards a Lebanese Army patrol near the border and in the Al-Naqoura area The soldiers used the telescope in order to scan the area, not in order to point weapons at the Lebanese Army. (...) During the time, a machine gun mounted on one of the vehicles was pointed towards Lebanese territory This incident does not qualify as a violation of Security Council resolution 1701 (2006) or the Blue Line. 27 October 2015 1330 and 1500 Erecting earthen berms near an Israeli Defence Forces position in Har Dov This incident does not qualify as a violation of Security Council resolution 1701 (2006) or the Blue Line. (...) The smoke grenade did not cross the Blue Line, and therefore this incident does not qualify as a violation of Security Council resolution 1701 (2006) or the Blue Line. 30 October 2015 1350 An Israeli patrol crossed the Blue Line at about 20 metres in Har Dov area, in order to abduct a Lebanese shepherd Following a thorough examination, Israeli Defence Forces had not crossed the Blue Line. 31 October 2015 1530 A member of the Israeli Defence Forces threw four smoke grenades next to the technical fence in Abbasiyah The smoke grenades did not cross the Blue Line, and therefore this incident does not qualify as a violation of Security Council resolution 1701 (2006) or the Blue Line.
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Score: 1342862 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=S/2015/1045&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 93/09/29 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF IRAQ TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
At 0700 hours on 25 August 1993, five soldiers from the Iranian side were seen carrying corrugated iron sheets in order to repair and build a roof for a machine-gun position at coordinates 850080 inside the area of separation. (...) At 0916 hours on 30 August 1993, a group of individuals from the Iranian side at coordinates 560550 (northern Majnun) fired three rounds from a single- barrel machine-gun in the direction of the Iraqi units at coordinates 525558. 14. (...) At 1615 hours on 13 September 1993, individuals at the Iranian post at coordinates 562551 (northern Majnun) fired six rounds from a Dimitrov heavy machine-gun in the direction of our units. 22. At 1430 hours on 14 September 1993 the Iranian side fired a smoke shell from a 60-millimetre mortar from the Iranian position at coordinates 559523 (northern Majnun) which fell in front of Iraqi units 200 metres inside Iraqi territory. 23.
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Score: 1334880 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=S/26510&Lang=E
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NOTE DATED 51/04/17 FROM THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL TRANSMITTING 6 COMMUNIQUES ISSUED BY THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND IN KOREA
Also reported as destroyed or mged in day operations were more than 1,200 enemy-held buildings, 105 vehicles, sixty railroad car8, forty supply stacks, twenty-five pack animale, fourteen eupply carts, twelve supply.anxnunition . . . . and fuel dumps, three gun-positions and a tank. Highways and railroad lines were severed in more than thirty places to disrupt communications and transportation facilities of the enemy. (...) Over 650 romcls of high explosives were fired into tile area prior to dalrn yesterday. k3sieting the cruieers WaB the destroyer En@ish. Gun positions on adma Gak peninsula, rail and road crossings, and troop concentrations were shelled by the Navy task force during the continued harass;% of CoLni:~3ist SuppLy efforts. (...) The enemy again attempted to create a smoke ecreen during However, prevailing win tended to eliminate the persistency of the smoke, permitting friendly aircraft to remain operational, A marked decrease in smoke conditions was reported along the western front with the main effort appearing to be along the central front.
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Score: 1312647.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/2095&Lang=E
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FURTHER REPORT ON THE STATUS OF THE CEASE-FIRE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
(iii) Position 104 (AMR 245-414): At 1710 machine-gun fire by Egyptian forces and immediately afterwards machine-gun fire by Israel forces (exchange of fire), At 1740 both parties ceased firing. (...) (iv) Position 211 (AMR 586-254): Between 1032 and 1033 machine-gun fire by unidentified forces. (v) Position 201 (AW, 504-030): At 1110 machine-gun, mortar and artillery fire by Egyptian forces and immediately afterwards machine-gun, mortar and artillery fire by Israel forces (exchange of fire). (...) S/llO57/Add.160 English Page 2 (vi) Position 225) (AFIR 554-175): At 1620 small-arms, machine-gun, anti-tank gun, mortar and artillery fire by EgYptian forces and immediately afterwards small-arms, machine-gun, anti-tank gun, mortar and artillery fire by Israel forces (exchange of fire).
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Score: 1305806.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=S/11057/ADD.160&Lang=E
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Called different names across the region: Crincrin (Benin), Ademe (Ghana/Togo), Kpalala (Côte d’Ivoire) or Ewedu (Nigeria), the leaves can be cooked with simple ingredients such as ginger, garlic, oil, salt, pepper and fish (dried or smoked) or beef chunks (pre-cooked). Chef Rima’s version includes additional ingredients as below: Jute leaves, okra, tomato, onion and white eggplant Ginger, garlic, chili pepper and shrimp powder African mustard seed Red palm oil Dried salted fish, smoked fish and crab Beef and beef rind Bicarbonate of soda Mixed spices (parsley, garlic, coriander), cloves, salt and pepper.   (...) Also in this issue Cover Story AfCFTA: Implementing Africa’s free trade pact the best stimulus for post-COVID-19 economies By Kingsley Ighobor coronavirus ADS 2020: Africa's free trade area and integration will help silence the guns, say UNECA Chief Vera Songwe and other experts By Kingsley Ighobor coronavirus COVID-19: People with disabilities facing tougher times By Kingsley Ighobor coronavirus Cybersecurity in Africa: How to stay safe online in times of COVID-19 By Bright Mawudor coronavirus Stranded chef’s online cuisine classes help beat COVID-19 lockdown blues By Franck Kuwonu coronavirus Radio lessons: In Africa schools are closed, but learning goes on By Franck Kuwonu coronavirus AU Commission Chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat’s message on Africa Day By Africa Renewal coronavirus Challenges and opportunities as we mark the 57th Africa Day By Ibrahim Mayaki coronavirus UN launches policy brief on impact of COVID-19 in Africa, calls for global solidarity By António Guterres coronavirus OP-ED: Africa can build back better after COVID-19 By Amina J. Mohammed coronavirus UNAIDS Chief Winnie Byanyima: COVID-19 could roll back gains made in fighting HIV in Africa By Zipporah Musau coronavirus Africa Dialogues Series 2020: UN Special Adviser on Africa speaks on COVID-19 and Silencing the Guns in Africa By Bience Gawanas coronavirus VERIFIED: UN launches new global initiative to combat misinformation By Abdarahmane Wone coronavirus Relentless locusts return in the midst of COVID-19 pandemic By Mickaël Sallent coronavirus Mali: How a peace radio station is helping to fight COVID-19 By Karim Djinko coronavirus AU Special Envoy Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to youth: Use COVID-19 crisis to unleash your innovation By Joyce Mulama Women in Peacekeeping 'I am passionate about Human Rights' By Okwa Morphy coronavirus On Africa Day, UN Secretary-General reaffirms solidarity in the COVID-19 fight By António Guterres Women in Peacekeeping ‘Women are effective in building peace and unity’ By Jackline Urujeni Healthcare We’ll get through this if we support one another By Africa Renewal Healthcare Fighting COVID-19 is my contribution to my country By Africa Renewal coronavirus UN Economic Commission for Africa: COVID-19 exit strategies to bring African economies back on track By UNECA coronavirus New Africa digital hub to offer quick, factual information on COVID-19 By Carla McKirdy coronavirus Malawi’s farmers battle armyworms By Charles Pensulo More from this author “Extreme weather events will be the new normal if global warming increases at current speed” We must tackle illicit weapons, ammunition in parts of Africa, globally About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today.
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Score: 1305314.1 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...s-beat-covid-19-lockdown-blues
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