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Border villages, including Biddou (decaled as epidemic area), Qatanna, Aljdaira, Bitounia and surrounding villages (95% of residents of these villages are refugees) are under curfew & strict lockdown. Movement in Halhul, Surif, Sair, Yatta and Bani Na’im is prohibited. (...) The total closure in Tulkarem camp and Qusra village also persists. (NEW) Strict movement restrictions are imposed in Nablus area. (...) Rami Habash, to report a confirmed COVID-19 condition, at : +962 789595754 or r.habash@unrwa.org. • In addition, please visit UNRWA’s Facebook page to watch videos on FB-COVID-19 (Corona) • For more info, please visit the following websites: WHO WHO/ Eastern Mediterranean Office mailto:unrwa-covid19@unrwa.org https://emed.hakeem.jo/index.php/ar https://unrwaorg.sharepoint.com/sites/COVID19-Updates-And-Information/SitePages/Contact-Information.aspx mailto:y.shahin2@unrwa.org mailto:r.habash@unrwa.org https://web.facebook.com/unrwa/videos/254338738923635/?
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Score: 823051.4 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...04/UNRWACOVIDUPDATE_180420.pdf
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Border villages, including Biddou (decaled as epidemic area), Qatanna, Aljdaira, Bitounia and surrounding villages (95% of residents of these villages are refugees) are under curfew & strict lockdown. Movement in Halhul, Surif, Sair, Yatta and Bani Na’im is prohibited. (...) The total closure in Tulkarem camp and Qusra village also persists. (NEW) Strict movement restrictions are imposed in Nablus area. (...) Yousef Shahin at (+962) 791300822 or y.shahin2@unrwa.org. • In addition, please visit UNRWA’s Facebook page to watch videos on FB-COVID-19 (Corona) • For more info, please visit the following websites: WHO WHO/ Eastern Mediterranean Office Number of cases including Palestine refugees (PRs) • Lebanon: 619 cases, (PRs: 1)*, 62 recovered, 20 deaths (local trans)* • West Bank: 255 cases, (PRs: 34) ٭ , 48 recovered, 2 death (PR) (local trans)* • Jordan: 381 cases, (PRs: 0) ٭ , 177 recovered, 7 deaths (local trans)* • Gaza: 13 cases, (PRs: 9) ٭ , 9 recovered, 0 deaths (local trans)* • Syria: 25 cases, (PRs: 0) ٭ , 3 recovered, 2 deaths (imported cases only)* ALL COUNTRIES at HIGH RISK: COVID-19 PANDEMIC (* MoH, ٭ Not officially declared, ?
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Score: 823051.4 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...04/UNRWACOVIDUPDATE_120420.pdf
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PETITION FROM BAYIHA NGANBE LUC AND OTHERS CONCERNING THE CAMEROONS UNDER FRENCH ADMINISTRATION
hen, we arriYed at Uokolo ,;e were ac;ain kept in strict confinement; our very breathing ,ms watched by gunrds with fi::ed bayonets. (...) ·,its _effo:rts to make the Caroeroons an independen-c and sovereign country in strict accordance with the United Nations Charter and the Trusteeship Ac;reements. (...) E-.ren though we have been kept in strict confinement all this time, we are still in good spirits.
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Score: 821430.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=T/PET.5/831&Lang=E
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 1ST MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, ON WEDNESDAY, 11 DECEMBER 2002 : 4TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE STATES PARTIES TO AMENDED PROTOCOL II TO THE CONVENTION ON PROHIBITIONS OR RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF CERTAIN CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS WHICH MAY BE DEEMED TO BE EXCESSIVELY INJURIOUS OR TO HAVE INDISCRIMINATE EFFECTS
In addition, China observed a strict moratorium on the export of anti-personnel mines that were incompatible with the technical specifications contained in the Protocol. 52. (...) Mr. GOOSE (Human Rights Watch) said that actions by certain States parties over the course of 2002 raised serious concerns about the effective implementation of Amended Protocol II. (...) Given that unsatisfactory state of affairs, Human Rights Watch urged countries to strengthen the Convention on Conventional Weapons. 66.
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Score: 821093.75 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=CCW/AP.II/CONF.4/SR.1&Lang=E
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SEIZURE OF 212.02 KILOGRAMMES OF HASHISH AT PORT SAID, 26 FEBRUARY 1947 : CONVENTION OF 13 JULY 1931 FOR LIMITING THE MANUFACTURE AND REGULATING THE DISTRIBUTION OF NARCOTIC DRUGS AS AMENDED BY THE PROTOCOL SIGNED AT LAKE SUCCESS 11 DECEMBER 1946 : EGYPT : REPORT COMMUNICATED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF EGYPT, 7 MAY 1947
B. and the Coastguards Administration to keep the said boat under strict watch at its arrival at Port-Said. ' q On 24th February 1947, the boat arrived at Port Said and on February 26th when its cargo was unloaded, the boat ~s carefully searched.
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Score: 820118.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/NS.1947/172&Lang=E
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JOINT WRITTEN STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY UNITED NATIONS WATCH, INGENIEURS DU MONDE, NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN SPECIAL CONSULTATIVE STATUS
GE.22-08514(E) Human Rights Council Fiftieth session 13 June–8 July 2022 Agenda item 3 Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development Joint written statement* submitted by United Nations Watch, Ingenieurs du Monde, non-governmental organizations 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 (...) United Nations A/HRC/50/NGO/66 General Assembly Distr.: General 3 June 2022 English only A/HRC/50/NGO/66 2 Civil Society Appeal for Release of Russian Political Prisoner Vladimir Kara-Murza This statement is delivered on behalf of a cross-regional coalition of NGOs led by United Nations Watch (“Civil Society Coalition”), as listed on our website. (...) Joint written statement* submitted by United Nations Watch, Ingenieurs du Monde, non-governmental organizations in special consultative status Civil Society Appeal for Release of Russian Political Prisoner Vladimir Kara-Murza
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Score: 818590.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=A/HRC/50/NGO/66&Lang=E
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 2ND MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, ON THURSDAY, 25 NOVEMBER 2010 : MEETING OF THE HIGH CONTRACTING PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON PROHIBITIONS OR RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF CERTAIN CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS WHICH MAY BE DEEMED TO BE EXCESSIVELY INJURIOUS OR TO HAVE INDISCRIMINATE EFFECTS, GENEVA, 25-26 NOVEMBER 2010
Docherty (Human Rights Watch), referring to the issue of incendiary weapons, said that Protocol III as currently drafted could not achieve its intended purpose of protecting civilians from the effects of such weapons. Human Rights Watch had highlighted in a paper distributed to Meeting participants the legal loopholes and gaps in Protocol III that allowed the use of certain incendiary munitions in some circumstances. (...) Turcotte (Canada) thanked the representative of Human Rights Watch for the document on Protocol III and incendiary weapons that had been distributed to Meeting participants.
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Score: 818514.06 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CCW/MSP/2010/SR.2&Lang=E
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2007/02/21 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF FRANCE TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE
Vigilance on the part of States in order to prevent Iranian nationals from benefiting from postgraduate training which could contribute to Iran’s nuclear and missile programmes In order to prevent the transfer of knowledge or expertise that could be used in connection with proliferation programmes, Interministerial Instruction No. 486 of 1 March 1993 requires all heads of institutions that are subject to a strict security regime or controlled access to seek authorization from the senior clearance officer of the relevant ministry in order to admit a visitor or trainee who is not a national of the European Union. (...) Activities are under way to make all security and clearance officials in the relevant institutions aware of the adoption of resolution 1737 (2006) so as to inform them of the need: – To be particularly strict in applying Interministerial Instruction No. 486 to Iranian nationals; – To identify any Iranian nationals attending their institutions prior to the adoption of the resolution; – To be watchful for, and to prevent, the development of cooperation in sensitive areas between the institution under their responsibility and Iranian institutions; – To urge the scientific community to be cautious in accepting invitations from Iranian research institutions.
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Score: 817827.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=S/AC.50/2007/17&Lang=E
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SECURITY COUNCIL OFFICIAL RECORDS, 20TH YEAR, 1233RD MEETING, 26 JULY 1965, NEW YORK
Viol, Coumil’s call for a strict cesse-fil place. There bave been brou@ to of tk COWIC~~ acts of rewessior cidm population a otber ViOlati Px-~.s~: nlr. (...) des violations de l’appel lancé par le Conseil en vue d’un strict cessez-le-feu se sont produites. L’atten- tion du Conseil a étB attirée sur des actes de rkpression commis B l’encontre de la population rights, as well as data on the deterioration of the economic situation in the Dominican Repuhlic. (...) In the meantime the Council should surely continue to watch the situatior closely, and my delegation, too. would wlshtoexpresE its appreciation of the assistance given in this regarc by the Secretary-General and his representatives on the spot. 8.
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Score: 817723.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=S/PV.1233(OR)&Lang=E
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND REPORTS OF THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER AND THE SECRETARY-GENERAL : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE JAMMU AND KASHMIR COUNCIL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (JKCHR)
After all, a Commission of the Security Council will be there in order to watch. The Indian Army does not have to go into every village. (...) The army will not be in each and every village in order to watch each and every vote.” It is equally important to examine the antecedents of the Srinagar Government and query it in regard to its statement made at the UN Security Council, that, “It is not at all disputed that we must have a plebiscite and that the accession must be ratified by the people of Kashmir, freely and without any pressure on this or that side. (...) It is high time that the Council takes on board to recommend strict compliance of duties outsourced to the Kashmir Government at Srinagar and restraints placed on the Indian security forces, as a preventive measure to promote and protect human rights in Kashmir.
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Score: 817463.33 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=A/HRC/30/NGO/41&Lang=E
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