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Probably in a year, when a vaccine is available, we will also have data on which blood group was most affected," Erakovic said. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLPkKaLk_Hk As a result of this research, we conclude that information about the influence of blood groups on susceptibility to the virus is not true, but that research is ongoing, and that such information, with a strict position, can only be published after the decision of the scientist, at the end of the research.  
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MET/SG/10 – IP/05 2.2 As a consequence of the long lasting production of volcanic ash up to FL400-450 at the beginning of the eruption and the unfavourable met conditions drifting ash towards western Europe, dispersion models run by the VAACs were describing large airspaces contaminated by volcanic ash. The strict application of this rule led to the cancellation of more than one hundred thousands flights due to the closure of a large part of the European airspace in April 2010. 2.3 To unlock the crisis, thresholds of concentration acceptable or hazardous for turbojet engines were given to the VAACs. (...) Four sub groups have been tasked since July 2010 to work on four subjects: 2.6.1 AIRworthiness sub group will improve the knowledge about effects of volcanic ash on turbojet engines (concentration, duration of contamination etc). 2.6.2 ATM sub group will develop global and harmonized procedures from ATM in contingency situation due to volcanic ash on order to have consistent response from the different states.. 2.6.3 IAVW sub group will take in charge the improvement of advisory information issued to aviation users by the VAACs, including possible new products based on concentrations, on a global basis, in close collaboration with the IAVWOPSG (International Airways Volcano Watch Operations Group). 2.6.4 SCIence sub group will deal with all the science challenges related to new requirements from the dispersion model improvement to the observation and measurement need, and will coordinate with the other groups on a large number of issue. 2.7 The second meeting of IVATF in ICAO headquarters in July 2011, followed by the IAVWOPSG6 (Dakar, September 2011) will be of first importance to amend the current provisions of Annex3 at the light of the progress made since the Eyjafjallajökull eruption 3 ACTION BY THE GROUP : 3.1 The Group is invited to note the information in this paper MET/SG/10 – IP/05 APPENDIX A Example of concentration chart produced by VAAC Toulouse
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South-East Asia Nepal Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Follow us News WHO Nepal/S.G.Amatya © Credits Highlights from Nepal All → 9 October 2021 Highlights National Workshop on Risk Communication and Community Engagement A three-day national workshop on RCCE held with support from WHO, Country Office for Nepal 21 September 2021 Highlights Healthcare workers trained on essential critical care of pediatric population Nearly 2,000 healthcare workers, including 54 trainers, from all provinces trained on critical skills needed to save the lives of children through WHO supported programs. 13 September 2021 Media release Countries in WHO South-East Asia Region endorse health promoting schools, safe school operations during pandemic 12 September 2021 Highlights National COVID-19 EPI Dashboard News from the South-East Asia Region All → 30 January 2022 Statement World Leprosy Day: United for Dignity 8 January 2022 News release Strict implementation of public health and social measures a must to arrest the surge: WHO 24 December 2021 News release People’s support critical for curtailing further spread of Omicron 18 December 2021 News release Take all measures to prevent further spread of Omicron – WHO Global News All → 2 February 2022 Departmental news Crucial changes needed to protect workers’ health while teleworking A new technical brief to healthy and safe teleworking, published by the two UN agencies, outlines the health benefits and risks of teleworking and the changes needed to accommodate ... 2 February 2022 Departmental news New online course to fight the infodemic 1 February 2022 News release Tonnes of COVID-19 health care waste expose urgent need to improve waste management systems 1 February 2022 Departmental news Sleeping sickness: prioritizing case detection and treatment to achieve elimination as public health problem As cases of human African trypanosomiasis (also known as sleeping sickness) hit their lowest levels in 2020, countries are being asked to maintain their efforts to end what was onc ... Publications Towards a safer future: Learnings from a decade of public health emergencies in the South-East Asia Region Standard Treatment Protocol of Emergency Health Service Package National Guidelines on Prevention, Management, and Control of Dengue in Nepal National Guideline on Kala-azar Elimination Program (Updated) 2019 National Guideline Rabies Prophylaxis in Nepal (2019) National Guidelines for Snakebite Management in Nepal (2019) Health Emergency Operation Center Network of Nepal - The Voyage and the Vista Responding to COVID-19: Health sector preparedness, response and lessons learnt Report On Emergency Care System Assessment And Consensus-Based Action Priorities: Nepal Provincial Profiles: Bagmati Province Provincial Profiles: Karnali Province Provincial Profiles: Province 2 Provincial Profiles: Lumbini Province Provincial Profiles: Sudurpashchim Province Provincial Profiles: Province 1 Provincial Profiles: Gandaki Province Nepal – WHO country cooperation strategy: 2018-2022 Wiping out trachoma from Nepal: how Nepal eliminated trachoma as a public health problem Confronting Rubella: the story of how Nepal protected its people from rubella and congenital rubella syndrome Nepal Earthquake 2015: An insight into risks, A vision for resilience See all   News in Brief All → Get a glimpse of our work in Nepal Op-eds 29 February 2020 Access, Watch, Reserve: How a key policy tool can accelerate the fight against antimicrobial resistance 27 February 2020 Solidarity and cooperation must define the battle against COVID-19 7 February 2020 Act now to end sexually transmitted infections 1 2 3 4 5 (current) 6 7 8 9 10 » Quick links Media centre Head of WHO Nepal Office Careers in WHO Nepal Procurement Regional links Data Publications Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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„That is why quality should be at the central place of all discussions on education, and it must be protected by strict decisive measures implemented by the Institute for Education and other educational institutions," Ambassasdor Whitting concluded. (...) We have to go with an open mind and we have to say right and watch what is happening in this lesson and see how well the children are engaging, what did they learn by the end of the lesson that they could not do before and how well are the different groups in there, the more able, the less able, the ones with special needs, how well they are all performing in that lesson, before we can make a judgment about teaching," said Buxton.
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STATUS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COVENANTS ON HUMAN RIGHTS : WRITTEN STATEMENT
The extent to which freedom of association is respected after 1 July will need strict monitoring. Human Rights Watch/Asia shares the concern of many local, regional and international non-governmental organizations regarding the application of article 23 of the Basic Law, the document that will serve as the SAR constitution. (...) The Human Rights Committee, like Human Rights Watch and the Special Rapporteur on the question of torture, determined that incommunicado detention is conducive to torture and that this practice should be avoided. (...) The Special Rapporteur produced special reports on Peru in 1994 and in 1996. 15. Human Rights Watch also urges that an invitation be extended to the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention to visit Peru.
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATIONS THAT REQUIRE THE COUNCIL'S ATTENTION : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY SOCIETY FOR THREATENED PEOPLES
Some countries are less strict than others. Examples are Thailand and Cambodia. (...) It still seems that the Russian authorities are less strict about North Korean defectors than their Chinese counterparts. (...) Added to this one has to mention the constant fear of state authorities due to strict surveillance and a culture of denunciation.
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LETTER DATED 94/05/16 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KOREA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
In this connection, we notified the Agency that the whole course of the replacement of fuel rods would be placed under the strict watch of the Agency’s cameras. /... S/1994/576 English Page 3 All this was motivated by our utmost sincerity to prove the non-diversion of the replaced fuel rods to non-peaceful purposes and demonstrate the uprightness of our nuclear activities. (...) We have already clearly notified IAEA that we will contain all the spent fuel under strict surveillance of IAEA and fully allow IAEA to measure it when the nuclear issue is settled between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the United States. (...) Actually, refuelling is taking place under the watch of the cameras installed by the Agency. So, there is no ground to worry about the diversion of the replaced fuel rods for another purpose.
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Photo: UN Photo/Abel Kavanagh Drones: keeping a watchful eye on Africa Operated either autonomously based on a pre-programmed flight plan or by remote control, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), popularly known as drones, are now being deployed in Africa for a variety of missions. (...) Despite their often useful purposes, drones come under strict and in some cases prohibitive regulations in Africa. (...) Also in this issue Cover Story Africa’s cities of the future By Busani Bafana Departments Africa Watch By Franck Kuwonu Focus on Cities Kigali sparkles on the hills By Busani Bafana Focus on Cities Lagos now wears a new look By Kingsley Ighobor Focus on Cities Urbanization is a tool for development By Newton Kanhema Focus on Cities Abidjan regains its glamour By Franck Kuwonu Also SDGs: No one will be left behind By Masimba Tafirenyika Also Africa looks to its entrepreneurs By Raphael Obonyo Also Mbeki panel ramps up war against illicit financial flows By Kingsley Ighobor Also Boost in Japan-Africa ties By Kingsley Ighobor Also Bamboo: Africa’s untapped potential By Zipporah Musau Also Bamboo taking root in Africa By Zipporah Musau Also The Paris climate deal and Africa By Richard Munang Also Harvesting the sun By Franck Kuwonu Also A new Burkina Faso in the making By Ernest Harsch Also Terrorism overshadows internal conflicts By Lansana Gberie Also Drones are effective in protecting civilians By Masimba Tafirenyika Also Somalia rising from the ashes By Sulaiman Momodu Also From strife to revival, Mogadishu holds hopes and dreams By Africa Renewal Also Somalia charts a new path By Franck Kuwonu Also Speaking SDGs in African languages By Kingsley Ighobor Departments Africa Wired By Pavithra Rao Departments Appointment By Africa Renewal Departments Africa Books By Africa Renewal More from this author What COVID-19 has taught us: “Healthcare can no longer exist without technology” The first African women leaders to address the UN General Assembly 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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Right of the Lebanese people to self-determination - CHR - NGO statement - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / Right of the Lebanese people to self-determination – CHR – NGO statement Right of the Lebanese people to self-determination – CHR – NGO statement THE RIGHT OF PEOPLES TO SELF-DETERMINATION AND ITS APPLICATION TO PEOPLES UNDER COLONIAL OR ALIEN DOMINATION OR FOREIGN OCCUPATION   QUESTION OF THE VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD    Written statement* submitted by UN Watch, a non-governmental organization in special consultative status          The Secretary-General has received the following written statement which is circulated in accordance with Economic and Social Council resolution 1996/31 (...) Right of the Lebanese People to Self-Determination        The Commission on Human Rights ,   Guided  by the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, in particular the provisions of Articles 1 and 55 thereof, which affirm the right of peoples to self-determination, and reaffirming the need for the scrupulous respect of the principle of refraining in international relations from the threat or use of force, as specified in the Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States in Accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, adopted by the General Assembly in its resolution 2625 (XXV) of 24 October 1970, Guided also  by the provisions of article 1 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and article 1 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which affirm that all peoples have the right to self-determination, Guided further  by the provisions of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, adopted in June 1993 by the World Conference on Human Rights, and in particular Part I, paragraphs 2 and 3, relating to the right of self-determination of all peoples and especially those subject to foreign occupation, Recalling  all United Nations resolutions that confirm and define the inalienable rights of the Lebanese people, particularly their right to self-determination, Recalling  Security Council Resolution 1583 (2005) of January 28, 2005, which expresses strong support for the territorial integrity, sovereignty and political independence of Lebanon within its internationally recognized boundaries, and under the sole and exclusive authority of the Government of Lebanon, and which calls upon the Government of Lebanon to fully extend and exercise its sole and effective authority throughout the south, including through the deployment of sufficient numbers of Lebanese armed and security forces, to ensure a calm environment throughout the area, including along the Blue Line, and to exert control over the use of force on its territory and from it, Recalling   also  Security Council Resolution 1559 (2004) of 2 September 2004, which effectively rebuked Syria’s illegal interference with Lebanon’s constitutional rules for Presidential elections,    Recalling further  Security Council Resolution 1553 (2004) of 29 July 2004, as well as the statements of the Security Council President concerning the right to sovereignty of the Lebanese people,    Recalling   further  Security Council resolution 520 (1982) of 17 September 1982, which calls for strict respect of the sovereignty, territorial integrity, unity and political independence of Lebanon under the sole and exclusive authority of the Government of Lebanon through the Lebanese Army throughout Lebanon,   Noting  the determination of Lebanon to be free, to exercise control over all Lebanese territory, and to ensure the withdrawal of all non-Lebanese forces from Lebanon,     Reaffirming the right of the Lebanese people to self-determination in accordance with the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations, the relevant United Nations resolutions and declarations, and the provisions of international covenants and instruments relating to the right to self-determination as an international principle and as a right of all peoples in the world, as it is a jus cogens  in international law and a basic condition for achieving freedom for the people of Lebanon,   Mindful  of the unlawful and unconstitutional interference of the Syrian occupation forces in the recent Lebanese presidential elections and underlining  the importance of free and fair elections according to Lebanese constitutional rules devised without foreign interference or influence,   Gravely concerned  at the continued presence of terrorist groups in Lebanon, supported by Syria and Iran, which prevent the Lebanese government from exercising its full sovereignty over all Lebanese territory and its right to self-determination under international law, Reaffirming that Lebanese independence and the end of Syrian occupation will facilitate the dismantling of the Hezbollah terrorist group, an organization that is sponsored by Iran and Syria, and that seeks through violence and terror attacks, including suicide bombing attacks that constitute crimes against humanity and war crimes, to derail the Middle East peace process, 1. (...) Decides  that if the provisional agenda of its sixty-second session includes the item entitled “The right of peoples to self-determination and its application to peoples under colonial or alien domination or foreign occupation”, then it shall consider the situation in occupied Lebanon under that agenda item, as a matter of high priority.   —— Document symbol: E/CN.4/2005/NGO/308 Document Type: Statement Document Sources: Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) , UN Watch Subject: NGOs/Civil Society , Self-determination , Situation in Lebanon Publication Date: 15/02/2005 2019-03-11T20:19:31-04:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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DEALING WITH THE IMPACT OF CLUSTER MUNITIONS / PREPARED BY THE CLUSTER MUNITION COALITION
Their deaths were recorded by Human Rights Watch in Al Hilla, and included in its recent report “Off Target” on civilian casualties from the war in Iraq. Human Rights Watch field assessments CCW/GGE/IX/WG.1/WP.1 Page 4 of a handful of cities in Iraq found that by the end of May 2003, unexploded submunitions had already caused hundreds of civilian casualties. 8. (...) This is demonstrated by another example from the Human Rights Watch report “Off Target” when Hussam Jasmi, 13 and Muhammad Mun ‘im Muhammad, 14 were killed after stepping on a BLU-97 submunition.
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