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Element 2 was formerly mixed into Element 1 Element 3 was formerly numbered Element 4 Element 4 was formerly numbered Element 3; the Handbook clarifies how this Element differs from a similar Element defined for B1-APTA B0-RSEQ Summary Description updated – editorial only Text deleted from Operating Environment/Phases of Flight as this is not specified in the ASBU Working Document – 2016 Edition What was formerly Element 2 was deleted as controlled time of arrival at the aerodrome is no longer included as a capability for this Module Element 2 was formerly numbered Element 3 Element 3 was formerly numbered Element 4 Element 4 was formerly numbered Element 5 B0-SURF Enhanced Vision Systems (EVS) has been added to this Module Summary Description and Applicability updated Element 2 reworded for clarity New Element 4 added to refer to EVS, which was formerly included in B1- SURF Element 5 was formerly numbered Element 4 B0-WAKE Summary Description updated – editorial only Element 3 updated to refer to “operations” rather than “procedures” and to include new acronym WIDAO Element 4 updated to include use of observed crosswinds as part of this capability and to include new acronym WTMD B0-AMET Summary Description updated – editorial only B0-DATM Summary Description and Applicability updated Element 1 updated to reflect that the information exchange model must be standardized B0-FICE Summary Description updated B0-ACAS Summary Description updated – editorial only Element 2 and Element 3 reworded to clarify they are specific TCAS functions, rather than types of TCAS B0-ASEP Applicability updated – editorial only B0-ASUR Summary Description updated – editorial only B0-FRTO Summary Description updated – editorial only Applicability updated TMA removed from Operating Environment/Phases of Flight Element 3 reworded for clarity B0-NOPS Summary Description updated Element 1 replaced and expanded to detail two specific ATFM capabilities B0-OPFL Summary Description updated B0-SNET Summary Description updated NAACCASBU Handbook November 2016 - v - Module Designation Changes B0-CCO Summary Description and Applicability updated Element 2 revised to refer to airspace rather than routes B0-CDO Summary Description and Applicability updated Element 2 revised to refer to airspace rather than routes B0-TBO SATVOICE added to this Module Summary Description and Applicability updated Element 2 reworded for clarity Element 3 added to refer to use of CPDLC over oceanic and remote areas Element 4 added to refer to use of SATVOICE for DCPC B1-ACDM Summary Description and Applicability updated – editorial only Element 6 revised for conciseness B1-APTA Summary Description updated Applicability updated – editorial only B1-RATS Summary Description and Applicability updated – editorial only Element 1 revised to exclude AFIS Element 2 added to refer only to AFIS Element 3 was formerly numbered Element 2 and was revised to exclude AFIS Element 4 added to refer only to AFIS Element 5 was formerly numbered Element 3 B1-RSEQ Applicability updated – editorial only Element 4 revised to refer to procedures instead of routes and to provide clarity B1-SURF Summary Description and Applicability updated What was formerly Element 2 was deleted as SURF 1A has been moved to B2- SURF Element 2 was formerly numbered as Element 3 What was formerly Element 4 was deleted as SURF 1A has been moved to B2- SURF What was formerly Element 5 was deleted as EVS for taxi operations has been moved to B0-SURF B1-WAKE Element 1 has been revised for clarity Element 3 added to refer to WTMA on a single runway Element 4 was formerly numbered as Element 3 and has been revised for conciseness and clarity B1-AMET Summary Description updated Element 1 revised for clarity Elements 4 and 5 revised for conciseness and clarity Element 6 revised to include collaboration B1-DATM Summary Description updated Applicability updated – editorial only Element 1 added to refer to introduction of AIRM Element 2 was formerly numbered Element 1 and has been reworded for clarity Element 3 was formerly numbered Element 2 and has been reworded for clarity Element 4 was formerly numbered Element 3 and has been reworded for clarity NAACCASBU Handbook November 2016 - vi - Module Designation Changes B1-FICE Summary Description and Applicability updated Element 1 was formerly numbered as Element 4 Element 2 added to refer to using FIXM What was formerly Element 5 has been revised to include amending FF-ICE information elements and renumbered Element 3 What was formerly Element 2 has been revised to clarify that trajectory elements are not included in FPL 2012 and renumbered as Element 4 What was formerly Element 1 has been revised to refer to trajectory planning elements, to include negotiation and renumbered as Element 5 What was formerly Element 3 is deleted, as the use of XML and internet protocols is no longer specified as an Element in this Module. B1-SWIM Summary Description updated – editorial only Element 1 revised to specify this Element is for ground-ground data exchanges What was formerly Element 2 is deleted as implementing PANS-AIM is no longer specified as an Element in this Module B1-ASEP Summary Description updated Element 1 reworded for clarity and to specify this Element is for the cruise phase Element 2 reworded for clarity and to specify this Element is for the descent phase Element 3 added to refer to interval management between aircraft on approach Element 4 added to refer to interval management between departing aircraft B1-FRTO Summary Description updated – editorial only Element 1 is now Defined instead of Derived and is reworded for conciseness Element 4 is added to refer to tactical use of parallel offsets Element 5 is added to refer to curved PBN approaches Element 6 was formerly numbered Element 4 and is revised for clarity B1-NOPS Summary Description updated – editorial only Element 1 reworded Element 2 revised to remove mention of designing alternative route options Element 3 revised to remove applicability only to single flows and reworded for clarity What was Element 4 deleted because this Module no longer focuses on use of information “as soon as possible after departure”; instead the focus is on specific capabilities Element 4 was formerly numbered as Element 5 and has been revised for clarity and conciseness Element 5 added to include FUA Element 6 added to include use of specific tools to support decision making B1-SNET Summary Description updated Element 1 revised for clarity and conciseness What was formerly Element 2 was deleted as minimizing nuisance alerts is a basic requirement for any alerting software B1-CDO Summary Description updated – editorial only Applicability updated Element 1 revised for conciseness and clarity NAACCASBU Handbook November 2016 - vii - Module Designation Changes B1-RPAS Summary Description updated Element 1 revised to refer to implementing, rather than streamlining, a process Elements 2, 3 and 4 reworded for clarity Element 5 removed from what was formerly Element 4 to define this separately Element 6 formerly numbered as Element 5 and reworded for clarity Element 7 formerly numbered as Element 6 and reworded for clarity B1-TBO Summary Description updated – editorial only Applicability updated Element 4 revised for clarity B2-RSEQ Applicability updated – editorial only B2-SURF Summary Description and Applicability updated Formerly, no Elements were identified for this Module Formerly, SURF 1A capability was part of B1-SURF B2-ACAS Applicability updated All airspaces, instead of Aerodromes is specified in Operating Environment/Phases of Flight B2-NOPS Summary Description updated B2-CDO Formerly, no Elements were identified for this Module B2-RPAS Summary Description updated Formerly, no Elements were identified for this Module B3-RSEQ Summary Description updated JORDAN is added to Operating Environment/Phases of Flight B3-AMET Formerly, no Elements were identified for this Module B3-FICE Summary Description updated – editorial only Formerly, no Elements were identified for this Module B3-RPAS Formerly, no Elements were identified for this Module B3-TBO Formerly, no Elements were identified for this Module NAACCASBU Handbook November 2016 - viii - Table of Contents Foreword .................................................................................................................... i Explanation of the Handbook ................................................................................... ii Changes from the Previous Edition ......................................................................... iii Table of Contents ................................................................................................... viii Index of ASBU Modules by PIA ............................................................................. xi Index of ASBU Modules by Thread, Block and Page ............................................ xii ASBU Modules by Block .......................................................................................... 1 Block 0 – Available for implementation in 2013 ........................................................................ 1 PIA 1: Airport Operations ........................................................................................................... 1 B0-ACDM............................................................................................................................................. 1 B0-APTA .............................................................................................................................................. 2 B0-RSEQ .............................................................................................................................................. 3 B0-SURF............................................................................................................................................... 4 B0-WAKE ............................................................................................................................................. 5 PIA 2: Globally Interoperable Systems and Data ....................................................................... 6 B0-AMET ............................................................................................................................................. 6 B0-DATM ............................................................................................................................................. 7 B0-FICE ................................................................................................................................................ 8 PIA 3: Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights .......................................................................... 8 B0-ACAS .............................................................................................................................................. 8 B0-ASEP ............................................................................................................................................... 9 B0-ASUR .............................................................................................................................................. 9 B0-FRTO ............................................................................................................................................ 10 B0-NOPS ............................................................................................................................................ 10 B0-OPFL ............................................................................................................................................. 11 B0-SNET............................................................................................................................................. 11 PIA 4: Efficient Flight Paths ..................................................................................................... 12 B0-CCO .............................................................................................................................................. 12 B0-CDO .............................................................................................................................................. 13 B0-TBO............................................................................................................................................... 14 NAACCASBU Handbook November 2016 - ix - Block 1 – Available for implementation in 2019 ...................................................................... 15 PIA 1: Airport Operations ......................................................................................................... 15 B1-ACDM........................................................................................................................................... 15 B1-APTA ............................................................................................................................................ 16 B1-RATS ............................................................................................................................................ 17 B1-RSEQ ............................................................................................................................................ 18 B1-SURF............................................................................................................................................. 19 B1-WAKE ........................................................................................................................................... 19 PIA 2: Globally Interoperable Systems and Data ..................................................................... 20 B1-AMET ........................................................................................................................................... 20 B1-DATM ........................................................................................................................................... 21 B1-FICE .............................................................................................................................................. 22 B1-SWIM ............................................................................................................................................ 22 PIA 3: Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights ........................................................................ 23 B1-ASEP ............................................................................................................................................. 23 B1-FRTO ............................................................................................................................................ 24 B1-NOPS ............................................................................................................................................ 25 B1-SNET............................................................................................................................................. 26 PIA 4: Efficient Flight Paths ..................................................................................................... 26 B1-CDO .............................................................................................................................................. 26 B1-RPAS............................................................................................................................................. 27 B1-TBO............................................................................................................................................... 28 Block 2 – Available for implementation in 2025 ...................................................................... 29 PIA 1: Airport Operations ......................................................................................................... 29 B2-RSEQ ............................................................................................................................................ 29 B2-SURF............................................................................................................................................. 30 B2-WAKE ........................................................................................................................................... 30 PIA 2: Globally Interoperable Systems and Data ..................................................................... 31 B2-FICE .............................................................................................................................................. 31 B2-SWIM ............................................................................................................................................ 31 PIA 3: Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights ........................................................................ 32 B2-ACAS ............................................................................................................................................ 32 B2-ASEP ............................................................................................................................................. 32 B2-NOPS ............................................................................................................................................ 33 NAACCASBU Handbook November 2016 - x - PIA 4: Efficient Flight Paths ..................................................................................................... 33 B2-CDO .............................................................................................................................................. 33 B2-RPAS............................................................................................................................................. 34 Block 3 – Available for implementation in 2031 ...................................................................... 35 PIA 1: Airport Operations ......................................................................................................... 35 B3-RSEQ ............................................................................................................................................ 35 PIA 2: Globally Interoperable Systems and Data ..................................................................... 36 B3-AMET ........................................................................................................................................... 36 B3-FICE .............................................................................................................................................. 36 PIA 3: Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights ........................................................................ 37 B3-NOPS ............................................................................................................................................ 37 PIA 4: Efficient Flight Paths ..................................................................................................... 37 B3-RPAS............................................................................................................................................. 37 B3-TBO............................................................................................................................................... 38 NAACCASBU Handbook November 2016 - xi - Index of ASBU Modules by PIA PIA 1: Airport Operations Page PIA 2: Globally Interoperable Systems and Data Page B0-ACDM ...................................................1 B1-ACDM .................................................15 B0-APTA .....................................................2 B1-APTA ...................................................16 B1-RATS ...................................................17 B0-RSEQ .....................................................3 B1-RSEQ ...................................................18 B2-RSEQ ...................................................29 B3-RSEQ ...................................................35 B0-SURF .....................................................4 B1-SURF ...................................................19 B2-SURF ...................................................30 B0-WAKE....................................................5 B1-WAKE..................................................19 B2-WAKE..................................................30 B0-AMET .................................................... 6 B1-AMET .................................................. 20 B3-AMET .................................................. 36 B0-DATM .................................................... 7 B1-DATM .................................................. 21 B0-FICE ....................................................... 8 B1-FICE ..................................................... 22 B2-FICE ..................................................... 31 B3-FICE ..................................................... 36 B1-SWIM ................................................... 22 B2-SWIM ................................................... 31 PIA 3: Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights Page PIA 4: Efficient Flight Paths Page B0-ACAS .....................................................8 B2-ACAS ...................................................32 B0-ASEP ......................................................9 B1-ASEP ....................................................23 B2-ASEP ....................................................32 B0-ASUR .....................................................9 B0-FRTO ...................................................10 B1-FRTO ...................................................24 B0-NOPS ...................................................10 B1-NOPS ...................................................25 B2-NOPS ...................................................33 B3-NOPS ...................................................37 B0-OPFL ....................................................11 B0-SNET ...................................................11 B1-SNET ...................................................26 B0-CCO ..................................................... 12 B0-CDO ..................................................... 13 B1-CDO ..................................................... 26 B2-CDO ..................................................... 33 B1-RPAS ................................................... 27 B2-RPAS ................................................... 34 B3-RPAS ................................................... 37 B0-TBO ..................................................... 14 B1-TBO ..................................................... 28 B3-TBO ..................................................... 38 NAACCASBU Handbook November 2016 - xii - Index of ASBU Modules by Thread, Block and Page Module Code Thread B0 B1 B2 B3 ACAS Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems 8 32 ACDM Airport Collaborative Decision-Making 1 15 AMET Advanced MET Information 6 20 36 APTA Airport Accessibility 2 16 ASEP Airborne Separation 9 23 32 ASUR Alternative Surveillance 9 CCO Continuous Climb Operations 12 CDO Continuous Descent Operations 13 26 33 DATM Digital ATM Information 7 21 FICE FF-ICE 8 22 31 36 FRTO Free-Route Operations 10 24 NOPS Network Operations 10 25 33 37 OPFL Optimum Flight Levels 11 RATS Remote ATS 17 RPAS Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems 27 34 37 RSEQ Runway Sequencing 3 18 29 35 SNET Safety Nets 11 26 SURF Surface Operations 4 19 30 SWIM System-Wide Information Management 22 31 TBO Trajectory-Based Operations 14 28 38 WAKE Wake Turbulence Separation 5 19 30 NAACCASBU Handbook November 2016 - 1 - ASBU Modules by Block Block 0 – Available for implementation in 2013 PIA 1: Airport Operations Module Designation B0-ACDM Begins page 107 Thread - Module Name Airport Collaborative Decision-Making - Improved airport operations through airport-CDM Performance Improvement Area 1: Airport Operations Summary Description To implement collaborative applications that will allow the sharing of surface operations data among the different stakeholders on the airport. (...) (Defined: Element 3) Point merge NAACCASBU Handbook November 2016 - 4 - Module Designation B0-SURF Begins page 81 Thread - Module Name Surface Operations - Safety and efficiency of surface operations (A-SMGCS Level 1-2) and enhanced vision systems (EVS) Performance Improvement Area 1: Airport Operations Summary Description First levels of advanced-surface movement guidance and control systems (A-SMGCS) provides surveillance and alerting of movements of both aircraft and vehicles at the aerodrome, thus improving runway/aerodrome safety.
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Score: 1211297.3 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...dbook_final-Jan%209%202017.pdf
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أخبار وثائق روابط شهادات الناجين نبذة تاريخية عن رواندا معلومات أساسية اتصل بنا شهادات من الناجين من الإبادة الجماعية التي شهدتها رواندا في عام 1994 . © صندوق الناجين (SURF) شهادات من الناجين شهادات الناجين قام صندوق الناجين بتوفير شهادات الناجين. (...) شهادات حديثة: Uyisenga, Philippe, Bernadette, Jocelyne, Donathile ⇨ فيديو: شهادات إضافية من معهد شواه للتاريخ المرئي والتعليم، جامعة جنوب كاليفورنيا - USC Shoah Foundation Institute و شهادات إضافية بالفيديو A B - C D E - G H - L M N - S T - Z Adeline Adoline Agathe Agnes Alexandria Alexia Albertine Alice Alodie Alphonsine Ange Angèle Assumpta Asthérie Belancille Bernadette Berthe Berthilde Catherine Cécile Chantal Clarisse Claudinne Concilia Daphrose Darlene Denise Denis Dévota Dianne Donatha Donatha Dotilla Drosella Emma Epiphania Eugenia Fiacre Gloriasse Godiose Gratia Helen Helena Hilaire Hodari Irène Jacqueline Janvière Jean Jean-Bosco Jewel Jossiane Julie Laetitia Malaïka Marceline Marcelline Marie Josee Marjorie Marguerite Mathilde Mercia Michelle Monique Mushimire Mutesa Nathalie Odette Pelagie Rachel Reverien Rose Scholastique Sheema Solange Sylvie Tabithe Teddy Thelma Uyisenga Valentina Venancia Violet Virginie Xavier دروس من الماضي للمساعدة في منع الفظائع في المستقبل - رسالة من الناجين من الإبادة الجماعية التي وقعت ضد التوتسي في رواندا (00:01:41) ⇨ المزيد © صندوق الناجين Survivors Fund (SURF) الأمم المتحدة اتصلوا بنا حقوق النشر والطبع تحذير من الإحتيال بيانات الخصوصية خارطة الموقع شروط الاستخدام
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Score: 1205346.9 - https://www.un.org/ar/preventg...nda/survivor-testimonies.shtml
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„Wenn du etwas machen willst, mach es.“ Sein Surf-Mentor lächelt als er sich an sein erstes Treffen mit Ali und an seine ersten Versuche in den Wellen erinnert. Der 34-jährige Ali El Amine ist ein libanesisch-amerikanischer Surfer, der „Surf Lebanon“, eine Surfschule betreibt. Gemeinsam mit einem Freund kam Ali an einem kühlen Tag im April vor zwei Jahren vom Surfen zurück und hat Ali zum ersten Mal gesehen. (...) Ali sagt, er kann sich ansonsten nur mehr wenig an Syrien erinnern. „Wenn ich surfe, vergesse ich alles“   “Wenn ich surfe vergesse ich alles,” sagt Ali.
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Score: 1203321.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/dach/ch-...-zuflucht-libanons-wellen.html
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„Wenn du etwas machen willst, mach es.“ Sein Surf-Mentor lächelt als er sich an sein erstes Treffen mit Ali und an seine ersten Versuche in den Wellen erinnert. Der 34-jährige Ali El Amine ist ein libanesisch-amerikanischer Surfer, der „Surf Lebanon“, eine Surfschule betreibt. Gemeinsam mit einem Freund kam Ali an einem kühlen Tag im April vor zwei Jahren vom Surfen zurück und hat Ali zum ersten Mal gesehen. (...) Ali sagt, er kann sich ansonsten nur mehr wenig an Syrien erinnern. „Wenn ich surfe, vergesse ich alles“ “Wenn ich surfe vergesse ich alles,” sagt Ali.
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Score: 1203321.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/dach/at/...n-den-wellen-des-libanons.html
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„Wenn du etwas machen willst, mach es.“ Sein Surf-Mentor lächelt als er sich an sein erstes Treffen mit Ali und an seine ersten Versuche in den Wellen erinnert. Der 34-jährige Ali El Amine ist ein libanesisch-amerikanischer Surfer, der „Surf Lebanon“, eine Surfschule betreibt. Gemeinsam mit einem Freund kam Ali an einem kühlen Tag im April vor zwei Jahren vom Surfen zurück und hat Ali zum ersten Mal gesehen. (...) Ali sagt, er kann sich ansonsten nur mehr wenig an Syrien erinnern. „Wenn ich surfe, vergesse ich alles“ “Wenn ich surfe vergesse ich alles,” sagt Ali.
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Score: 1203321.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/dach/de/...t-den-wellen-des-libanons.html
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For example, with DSL, users can use a single standard phone line for both voice and data services. This enables them to surf the Internet and call a friend at the same time—all using the same phone line. (...) The most popular consumer broadband applications today are faster web surfing, games and file sharing. With the advent of broadband and its faster, dedicated connections, ITU anticipates further development of Internet services, in the areas of web surfing, instant messaging, file sharing, e-commerce and e-mail. (...) This means users have the ability to surf the Internet and talk on the phone at the same time, using just one phone line.
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Score: 1201472.6 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/pu...ions/birthofbroadband/faq.html
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As I prepared to design and implement the first Solutions Mapping of El Salvador Lab’s first learning cycle around water and community livelihoods, I couldn’t help but imagine the array of ingenious grassroots solutions we would document and upload to the world, as we traveled coastal communities in La Libertad department, home of the Government of El Salvador-led Surf City initiative, aimed at boosting international tourism by leveraging our country’s superb waves and year-long surfing conditions. This “hidden surfing gem” reputation has brought many hardcore surfers eager to test their skills against our perfectly tubular waves. It has also sparked some interesting grassroots responses to the emerging needs of this crowd, such as local surfers repairing and learning how to use digital cameras inherited by surfer nomads to provide them with extreme photography services as they conquer waves (or wipe out in the process) or charging a small fee at a very rustic clean-up station for surfers to wash away any funky ocean odors after their surfing session. Naturally, expectations were high, but we were met with a more complex lesson than we anticipated.
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Score: 1201472.6 - https://www.undp.org/accelerat...sroots-global-reckoning-part-1
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More videos about women Listen ISLAND VOICES: Vanuatu’s new wave of female surfers In the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, young women are taking their long boards to the water, refusing to accept the idea that surfing is only for men. Risma has been surfing since a very young age and, in the face of the challenges that come with being a woman pioneer in a male-dominated sport, she has reached a highly competitive level, and is inspiring a new generation of girls and young women to ride the waves.
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Score: 1192312.9 - https://www.un.org/en/node/58658
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. - Insufficiently protected credentials C37: Mask user passwords and PINs, actively educate cus- (SD: access control) tomers on shoulder surfing and safe PIN/password usage to avoid shoulder surfing and writing down of passwords. 30 Digital Financial Services Security Assurance Framework     27     28     29     30     31     32     33     34     35     36     37          
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Score: 1192312.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...t/files/basic-html/page32.html
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More videos about women Listen ISLAND VOICES: Vanuatu’s new wave of female surfers In the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, young women are taking their long boards to the water, refusing to accept the idea that surfing is only for men. Risma has been surfing since a very young age and, in the face of the challenges that come with being a woman pioneer in a male-dominated sport, she has reached a highly competitive level, and is inspiring a new generation of girls and young women to ride the waves.
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Score: 1192312.9 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/womens-day/stories
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