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As a result of these conditions, the physical and psychological health of many of the non-Serb detainees deteriorated or was destroyed.  (...) The Trial Chamber considered whether it should find the accused also guilty as a superior of these two crimes based upon the inhumane living conditions.  (...) It has nevertheless taken the accused’s position as a superior into account as having aggravated his offence.
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Score: 947390.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...ncing-judgement-krnojelac-case
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These numbers led the World Health Organisation to classify neurocognitive disorders as a global public health priority. (...) Towards developing this standard assessment framework of AI for health, the ITU has established FG-AI4H in partnership with the WHO. (...) See protocol FG-AI4H-C-10x for details. · WHO - World Health Organization - The United Nations specialized agency for international public health.
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Score: 941956.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ents/all/FGAI4H-H-016-A01.docx
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These numbers led the World Health Organisation to classify neurocognitive disorders as a global public health priority. (...) Towards developing this standard assessment framework of AI for health, the ITU has established FG-AI4H in partnership with the WHO. (...) See protocol FG-AI4H-C-10x for details. · WHO - World Health Organization - The United Nations specialized agency for international public health.
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Score: 941956.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ocuments/all/FGAI4H-G-007.docx
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Compromisso com práticas sustentáveis das Instituições de Ensino Superior por ocasião da Conferência das Nações Unidas sobre Desenvolvimento Sustentável 20-22 juin 2012, Rio de Janeiro "Como chanceleres, presidentes, reitores, decanos e dirigentes de Instituições de Ensino Superior e organizações afins, reconhecemos a responsabilidade que temos na busca internacional por desenvolvimento sustentável. Por ocasião da Conferência das Nações Unidas sobre Desenvolvimento Sustentável, realizada no Rio de Janeiro 20-22 junho de 2012, concordamos em apoiar as seguintes acções: - Ensinar conceitos de desenvolvimento sustentável, garantindo que eles fazem parte do currículo básico em todas as disciplinas para que os futuros graduados do ensino superior desenvolverão habilidades necessárias para participar em forças de trabalho para o desenvolvimento sustentável e ter uma compreensão explícita de como alcançar uma sociedade que valoriza as pessoas, o planeta e os lucros de uma maneira que respeite os limites de recursos finitos do planeta. Instituições de Ensino Superior também são encorajadas a proporcionar formação em sustentabilidade para os profissionais e praticantes; - Incentivar a pesquisa sobre questões de desenvolvimento sustentável, para melhorar a compreensão científica por meio do intercâmbio de conhecimentos científicos e tecnológicos, intensificando o desenvolvimento, adaptação, difusão e transferência de conhecimentos, incluindo tecnologias novas e inovadoras. - Green nossos campus: i) reduzindo o impacto ambiental através de eficiências de água, energia e recursos materiais em nossos edifícios e instalações; ii) adotando práticas sustentáveis de contratação em nossas cadeias de fornecimento e serviços de catering, iii) fornecendo opções sustentáveis de mobilidade/transporte para os alunos e professores ; iv) adotando programas eficazes para a minimização de resíduos, reciclagem e reutilização, e v) incentivando estilos de vida mais sustentáveis. - Apoiar os esforços de sustentabilidade nas comunidades em que residimos, trabalhando com as autoridades locais e a sociedade civil para promover comunidades mais habitáveis, com recursos eficientes que são socialmente inclusivas e com baixa pegada de carbono. - Comprometer-se com resultados e ações por meio de estruturas internacionais, como a Década das Nações Unidas da Educação para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável, liderado pela UNESCO, a Universidade das Nações Unidas, o Impacto Acadêmico da ONU, o Pacto Global, a iniciativa Princípios para Educação em Gestão Responsável apoiada pelas Nações Unidas e o Programa Ambiental da ONU Educação Ambiental e iniciativas de formação, a fim de trocar conhecimentos e experiências e informar regularmente sobre progressos e desafios." - Data: Assinatura Organização: Local: Nome e Cargo do Signatário: Uma iniciativa de: ww w. un cs d2 01 2. or g/ HE I http://www.uncsd2012.org/HEI http://www.uncsd2012.org/HEI
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Score: 940100.2 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...2520Portuguese%2520version.pdf
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Ministry of Health’s website has pages about chikungunya which can be found at the link below; Measures to prevent transmission through blood transfusion; Information and guidelines for health care practitioners to manage patients. Ministero della Salute – FAQ Chikungunya The National Health Institute (Istituto Superiore di Sanità) issued a public statement on 8 September 2017 concerning the outbreak. (...) Related links Fact sheet on chikungunya More chikungunya outbreak news Italy country profile Information about all vector-borne diseases Ministero della Salute Istituto Superiore di Sanità Chikungunya in the World Health Organization European region You are here: Emergencies preparedness, response Disease Outbreak News (DONs) Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 938850.4 - https://www.who.int/csr/don/15...ber-2017-chikungunya-italy/en/
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It is important to apply for visas well in advance. 8. Health 8.1 It is strongly recommended that participants should have travel insurance (including health) from their home country for the duration of their stay in 3 AFI OPMET MTF/5 IP/1 Nairobi. (...) Furthermore, they should carry evidence of current health/hospitalization insurance such as cards that may be produced to health institutions should the need arise. (...) DBB: 15,900 Kshs. S Superior suite: 15, 500 Kshs. D superior suite: 19, 500 Kshs.
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Score: 931523.2 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu.../AFI-OPMET/2013/MTF_5_IP_1.pdf
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IT-94-2-I THE PROSECUTOR OF THE TRIBUNAL AGAINST DRAGAN NIKOLIC ALSO KNOWN AS "JENKI" NIKOLIC INDICTMENT Richard J Goldstone, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia ("the Tribunal") pursuant to his authority under Article 18 of the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia ("The Statute of the Tribunal"), charges Dragan NIKOLIC, also known as "Jenki" NIKOLIC, ("Dragan NIKOLIC"), believed to be from the town of Vlasenica in the Opstina of Vlasenica, Republic of Bosnia- Herzegovina, within the territory of the former Yugoslavia, with: Grave Breaches, of the Fourth Geneva Convention of 12 August 1949 Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War ("Geneva Convention") by committing prohibited acts against persons protected under the provisions of that Convention; Violations of the Laws or Customs of War, including those recognized by Article 3 of the Fourth Geneva Convention of 12 August 1949 Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War ("Geneva Convention"); and Crimes Against Humanity, being prohibited acts committed in armed conflict and directed against a civilian population; all committed at a place known as the Susica Camp, near the town of Vlasenica in the Opstina of Vlasenica, Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina in the territory of the former Yugoslavia ("Susica Camp"); all offences recognized by Articles 2, 3, and 5 of the Statute of the Tribunal, as is more particularly set out in the concise statement of the facts and recital of the crimes, as follows: 1.1 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Durmo HANDZIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 1.2 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Durmo HANDZIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 1.3 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Durmo HANDZIC, during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 2.1 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Asim ZILDZIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 2.2 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Asim ZILDZIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 2.3 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Asim ZILDZIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.1 From about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Mevludin HATUNIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.2 Alternatively, from about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the infliction of inhuman treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Mevludin HATUNIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.3 From about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Mevludin HATUNIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.4 Alternatively, from about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the infliction of cruel treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults on Mevludin HATUNIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.5 From about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Mevludin HATUNIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.6 Alternatively, from about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Mevludin HATUNIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 4.1 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 4.2 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 3 and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 4.3 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992 in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 5.1 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Dzevad SARIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 5.2 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Dzevad SARIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 3 and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 5.3 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992 in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Dzevad SARIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 6.1 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 6.2 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 3 and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 6.3 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992 in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Muharem KOLAREVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 7.1 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of a person with the surname ZEKIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 7.2 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of a person with the surname ZEKIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 3 and 7(3). 7.3 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992 in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of a person with the surname ZEKIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.1 On or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Ismet DEDIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.2 Alternatively, on or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the infliction of inhuman treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Ismet DEDIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.3 On or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Ismet DEDIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.4 Alternatively, on or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the infliction of cruel treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults on Ismet DEDIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.5 On or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Ismet DEDIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.6 Alternatively, on or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Ismet DEDIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 9.1 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the infliction of inhuman treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Galib MUSIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 9.2 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the infliction of cruel treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults on Galib MUSIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 9.3 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Galib MUSIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 10.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 10.2 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 10.3 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(f) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 11.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful causing of great suffering, inflicted as a result of serious physical assaults, to Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 11.2 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment, inflicted as a result of serious physical assaults, of Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 11.3 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults, of Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 12.1 From about 20 June 1992 to about 30 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Mubin MUSIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 12.2 From about 20 June 1992 to about 30 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Mubin MUSIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 12.3 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Mubin MUSIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(f) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 13.1 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the torture, by use of a pistol, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 13.2 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) by participating during a period of armed conflict in the torture, by use of a pistol, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 13.3 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the torture, by use of a pistol, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(f) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 14.1 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the causing of serious injury to body or health, occasioned by physical assaults resulting in disfigurement, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 14.2 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment by physical assaults resulting in disfigurement, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 14.3 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults resulting in disfigurement, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 15.1 On or about 13 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in wilfully causing great suffering, inflicted as a result of a serious physical assault, to Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 15.2 On or about 13 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment, consisting of a serious physical assault, of Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 15.3 On or about 13 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of a serious physical assault, on Sead AMBESKOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 16.1 On or about 14 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in wilfully causing great suffering, inflicted as a result of a serious physical assault causing serious disfigurement, to Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 16.2 On or about 14 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment, consisting of a serious physical assault causing disfigurement, of Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 16.3 On or about 14 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of a serious physical assault causing disfigurement, on Sead AMBESKOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 17.1 On or about 16 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in wilfully causing great suffering, inflicted as a result of a serious physical assault, to Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 17.2 On or about 16 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment, consisting of a serious physical assault, of Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 17.3 On or about 16 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of a serious physical assault, on Sead AMBESKOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 18.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 2 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the infliction of inhuman treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults, to Redjo CAKISIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(b) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 18.2 From about 1 June 1992 to about 2 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults, of Redjo CAKISIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 3 and 7(3). 18.3 From about 1 June 1992 to about 2 July 1992 in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Redjo CAKISIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(i) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 19.1 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful causing of great suffering, inflicted as a result of a physical assault, to Hasna CAKISIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 19.2 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July l992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(c)of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in inflicting outrages upon the personal dignity, inflicted as a result of a physical assault, of Hasna CAKISIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 19.3 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of a physical assault, to Hasna CAKISIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 20.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the unlawful confinement of more than 500 civilians, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were the following: Durmo HANDZIC, Asim ZILDZIC, Mevludin HATUNIC, Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, Dzevad SARIC, Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person with the surname ZEKIC, Ismet DEDIC, Galib MUSIC, Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, Mubin MUSIC, Suad MAHMUTOVIC, Sead AMBESKOVIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, the said civilians of the Vlasenica Opstinand surrounding areas, being persons protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(g) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 20.2 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating during a period of armed conflict in the imprisonment of more than 500 civilians, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were the following: Durmo HANDZIC, Asim ZILDZIC, Mevludin HATUNIC, Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, Dzevad SARIC, Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person with the surname ZEKIC, Ismet DEDIC, Galib MUSIC, Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, Mubin MUSIC, Suad MAHMUTOVIC, Sead AMBESKOVIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, the said civilians of the Vlasenica Opstinand surrounding areas, all during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(e) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 21.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the extensive appropriation of property not justified by military necessity and carried out unlawfully and wantonly, including but not limited to private property of persons detained at Susica Camp, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were Sead AMBESKOVIC, Mubin MUSIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, an offence recognized by Articles 2(d) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 21.2 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the plunder of private property of persons detained at Susica Camp, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were Sead AMBESKOVIC, Mubin MUSIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, an offence recognized by Articles 3(e) and 7(3)of the Statute of the Tribunal. 22.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the unlawful transfer of civilians from Susica Camp to Batkovic Camp, the names of all of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were Mubin MUSIC, Suad MAHMUTOVIC, Sead AMBESKOVIC, and Redjo CAKISIC, all being persons protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(g) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 23.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, a period of armed conflict, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the persecution on political, racial and/or religious grounds of more than 500 civilians, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were the following: Durmo HANDZIC, Asim ZILDZIC, Mevludin HATUNIC, Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, Dzevad SARIC, Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person with the surname ZEKIC, Ismet DEDIC, Galib MUSIC, Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, Mubin MUSIC, Suad MAHMUTOVIC, Sead AMBESKOVIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, the said civilians of the Vlasenica Opstinand surrounding areas who were or believed to be the Muslims or non-Serbs of the region by maintaining a camp in which the said civilians were incarcerated, all during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(h) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 24.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the act of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts against more than 500 civilians, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were the following: Durmo HANDZIC, Asim ZILDZIC, Mevludin HATUNIC, Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, Dzevad SARIC, Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person with the surname ZEKIC, Ismet DEDIC, Galib MUSIC, Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, Mubin MUSIC, Suad MAHMUTOVIC, Sead AMBESKOVIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, the said civilians of the Vlasenica Opstinand surrounding areas, by endangering the health and welfare of detainees by providing inadequate food, endangering the health and welfare of detainees by providing living conditions failing to meet minimal basic standards, and by creating an atmosphere where detainees feared for their personal safety, during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(i) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. ________________________________ Richard J.
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Page 1 of 2 Partnership for Maternal Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) Nomination of an NGO representative at the PMNCH Board Profile Dr. (...) These include ᅳ Award recognizing important contributions to the Population Leadership Program and Research Technology Utilization Division at the Office of Population and Reproductive Health, USAID, Washington, DC July 2005. ᅳ Superior Group Award, Maternal and Child Health Team, Bureau for Global Health, USAID / Washington in recognition of extraordinary and successful achievements which have advanced the Agency‟s global health agenda and responded to the most serious health needs of women and children, November, 2004. ᅳ 2003 Population, Health and Nutrition Superior Service to the Field Award, Africa Bureau and Bureau for Global Health, USAID Washington, D.C.
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