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., it was true that, as Israel had claimed, they had been armed with paintball guns. However, those paintball guns had been strapped on top of machine guns. They used one of the paintball guns on the other American on his boat, who happened to be a survivor of the attack carried out by Israel on the United States navy vessel the USS Liberty during the June 1967 war, making him the only American to have been attacked twice in the Mediterranean by the Israeli Navy. 18.
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UNITED NATIONS REGISTER OF CONVENTIONAL ARMS :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Figures do not include imitation firearms, paintball markers and soft air firearms. Figures include blank firing firearms.
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Score: 1437560.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/130&Lang=E
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WRITTEN STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR PEACE, JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS (IIPJHR)
For example, some devices for the surveillance of mass demonstrations are equipped with paintball markers designed to spot demonstrators with more or less indelible tracers4.
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Score: 1436250.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/HRC/27/NGO/124&Lang=E
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INTRODUCING THE OUTDOOR RECREATION SATELLITE ACCOUNT
ECE/CES/GE.20/2018/6 8 Annex I Chart 1 Outdoor Recreation as Percent of GDP with Comparable Industries (2016) Chart 2 Industry Composition of Outdoor Recreation Value Added (2016) 2.0% 1.4% 1.5% 2.1% 2.3% 0.0% 0.5% 1.0% 1.5% 2.0% 2.5% Outdoor Recreation Mining Utilities Chemical products Broadcasting and telecommunications 21.9% 14.9% 12.7% 9.3% 7.5% 33.7% Retail trade Accommodation and food services Arts, entertainment, and recreation Transportation and warehousing Nondurable goods All Other ECE/CES/GE.20/2018/6 9 Chart 3 Outdoor Recreation Gross Output by Activity (millions of 2016 dollars) $59,378 $38,200 $36,227 $26,489 $26,481 $19,227 $17,845 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 Motorized Vehicles Game Areas (including Golf and Tennis) Festivals/Sporting Events/Concerts Other Outdoor Recreation Activities* *Includes agritourism, augmented reality games, beachgoing, disc golf, hot springs soaking, kite flying, model airplane/rocket/UAV, paintball, photography, stargazing/astronomy, swimming, therapeutic ECE/CES/GE.20/2018/6 10 Chart 4 Outdoor Recreation Employment and Comparable Industries in 2016 (thousands of jobs) 4,280 4,490 4,732 4,741 5,687 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 Outdoor Recreation Nondurable Goods Manufacturing Hospitals Transportation and warehousing Wholesale trade ECE/CES/GE.20/2018/6 11 Annex II Table 1 Activities in the Outdoor Recreation Satellite Account Prototype Activities in Conventional Definition Activities in Comprehensive Definition Air sports (base jumping, hang gliding, skydiving) Agritourism (animal sanctuaries, petting zoos, pick- your-own produce farms, winery tours) Bicycling (BMX, mountain, on-road) Amusement parks/water parks Boardsailing/windsurfing Augmented reality games Boating/fishing (canoeing, fishing, inboard/outboard, kayaking, personal watercraft, sailing) Beachgoing Camping/climbing/hiking Disc golf Dog mushing Festivals/sporting events/concerts Equestrian Field sports (e.g., football, lacrosse, soccer) Geocaching/orienteering/rock hounding Game area sports (e.g., basketball, golf, tennis) Hunting/trapping/shooting (including archery) Guided tours/outfitted travel Ice skating Hot springs soaking Inline skating Kite flying Land/sand sailing Model airplane/rocket/UAVs Motorized vehicles (ATVs, driving for pleasure, motorcycling, off-roading, RVing, snowmobiling) Paintball Races (including endurance racing) Photography Recreational flying (experimental, glider, turboprop, ultralight) Productive activities (beekeeping, foraging, gardening, panning for ore) Running/jogging/walking Stargazing/astronomy Scuba diving Swimming Skateboarding Therapeutic programs Skiing Water polo Snorkeling Snow tubing/sleighing Snowboarding Stand-up paddling Surfing Tubing/wakeboarding Water skiing Whitewater rafting Wildlife watching/birding ECE/CES/GE.20/2018/6 12 Table 2 Examples of External Data Sources Used to Develop the Outdoor Recreation Satellite Account American Horse Council American Sportfishing Association Archery Trade Association General Aviation Association International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association Motorcycle Industry Council National Bicycle Dealers Association National Marine Manufacturers Association National Shooting Sports Foundation National Sporting Goods Association Outdoor Industry Association PeopleforBikes Pollstar Propriety Point-of-Sale Retail data Recreational Vehicle Industry Association SnowSports Industries America Sports & Fitness Industry Association The Outdoor Foundation U.S.
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Score: 1369997.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=ECE/CES/GE.20/2018/6&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS TO FREEDOM OF PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY AND OF ASSOCIATION ON HIS MISSION TO CHILE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The protocols provide for the gradual resort to different means of intervention, including batons, water cannons, tear gas, paintballs and rubber bullets. The Special Rapporteur was informed by the police that they no longer use paintballs, following a serious incident in which a protestor lost an eye (see para. 42 below). (...) The police special forces have reportedly used rubber bullets, paintball guns, tear gas and water cannons when policing protests, sometimes with tragic consequences. (...) In 2013, Enrique Eichin, while on his way home after taking part in a protest for better education, in Santiago, was hit by a paintball bullet fired by a police officer, which caused him to lose the sight in his right eye.
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Score: 1356113.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/32/36/ADD.1&Lang=E
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The following day, the snipers fired on protesters. Snipers remained stationed on the National Hospital until May 2013, firing on sick and wounded persons attempting to approach the hospital entrance. (...) On 24 August 2012, a Government sniper shot and injured a Red Crescent nurse near Al Omari mosque in Dara’a. The sniper was located 200 metres away and would have seen his uniform and distinctive emblem.
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Score: 1312136.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...4/Documents/A-HRC-24-CRP-2.doc
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The Commission’s  report  scrutinises the Israel Defence Forces’ directives for snipers’ use of lethal force against the Palestinian protestors. (...) “Our investigations found that Israeli snipers used high-velocity bullets and long-range sniper rifles equipped with sophisticated optical aiming devices. (...) The 1,576 people who were wounded by bullet or bone shrapnel attest to the danger of bystanders being injured by ricochets, bullet fragmentation and shots going through one body to enter another, when snipers fire high-velocity live ammunition into a demonstrating crowd,” said Canton.
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Score: 1303548.4 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...niversary-ohchr-press-release/
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It employed highly skilled and trained snipers using rifles with telescopic sights; it used mortars to shell the city and perhaps the worst feature of the campaign was the use of modified air bombs; worst, because the bombs were inaccurate and served no military purpose. (...) In this respect, John Jordan recalled that in nice weather, “people came out, made it a target-rich environment and the snipers got busy.” The very role of snipers requires that any shot they take is deliberate, intended to kill or seriously injure the target. (...) As part of the twelve scheduled sniping incidents, the Trial Chamber heard evidence pertaining to five incidents in which trams were targeted and several passengers killed or seriously injured by SRK snipers. In addition to these five, the Trial Chamber heard of other incidents involving the sniping of trams.
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Score: 1284510.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/d...ilosevic_Dragan_summary_en.pdf
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The most deadly incident occurred on 17 March, when an airstrike -- reportedly targeting ISIL snipers and equipment -- hit a house in al-Jadida neighbourhood in western Mosul city. (...) In addition, between 23 and 26 March, reports were received that at least 95 civilians were killed in Risalah, Nabils, Uruba and Sainaah al-Qadimah neighbourhoods in western Mosul city as a result of shelling, vehicle-based and other explosive devices planted by ISIL, as well as by ISIL snipers. There are also reports that ISIL has forcibly transferred civilians within western Mosul. (...) There have been numerous reports that ISIL snipers have shot at, and in some cases killed or wounded, civilians attempting to flee towards the Iraqi Security Forces, and that ISIS has also shelled civilians in areas of the city retaken by Government forces.
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Score: 1235235 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...-intensifies-use-human-shields
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After the shelling, security forces would enter the area, position snipers on rooftops, often on school buildings, and conduct house-to-house searches. (...) Additionally, specific reports of children being killed by snipers arose in two separate villages in Idlib (January and March 2012). (...) Four of these had been injured by sniper fire in a mission to Hama in mid-March 2012. • Explosions 24.
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Score: 1230594.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ia/PeriodicUpdate24May2012.pdf
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