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The Prosecution did not file an appeal against the sentence whilst the Defence asked that he be acquitted on all grounds. (...) She stressed that the official archives of the Tribunal would remain with the Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals until another decision was made by the UN. Jelačić added that whilst the Tribunal’s Information Centers are primarily concerned with providing access to the archives to those most affected by its work, the citizens of the former Yugoslavia, the ICTY is currently working with a number of other international institutions on providing them access to public records of the archives so that they can be used in future projects. (...) He explained that this is done either through requests coming from the region or through their liaison representatives in The Hague. He emphasised that whilst a decision on the future location of the archives is pending, non confidential Court documents are already available to the public electronically.   ***** International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia For more information, please contact our Media Office in The Hague Tel.: +31-70-512-8752; 512-5343; 512-5356 Email: press [at] icty.org ( ) Follow ICTY on Facebook , Twitter and Youtube Press Releases Archive Press Briefing Archive Statements and Speeches Weekly Update of Court Proceedings ICTY Digest Publications Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Score: 796624.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/6714
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The Prosecution did not file an appeal against the sentence whilst the Defence asked that he be acquitted on all grounds. (...) She stressed that the official archives of the Tribunal would remain with the Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals until another decision was made by the UN. Jelačić added that whilst the Tribunal’s Information Centers are primarily concerned with providing access to the archives to those most affected by its work, the citizens of the former Yugoslavia, the ICTY is currently working with a number of other international institutions on providing them access to public records of the archives so that they can be used in future projects. (...) He explained that this is done either through requests coming from the region or through their liaison representatives in The Hague. He emphasised that whilst a decision on the future location of the archives is pending, non confidential Court documents are already available to the public electronically.   ***** International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia For more information, please contact our Media Office in The Hague Tel.: +31-70-512-8752; 512-5343; 512-5356 Email: press [at] icty.org ( ) Follow ICTY on Facebook , Twitter and Youtube Contacts   |   Conditions d’utilisation   |   Confidentialité de l'information
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Score: 796624.1 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/6714
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The Prosecution did not file an appeal against the sentence whilst the Defence asked that he be acquitted on all grounds. (...) She stressed that the official archives of the Tribunal would remain with the Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals until another decision was made by the UN. Jelačić added that whilst the Tribunal’s Information Centers are primarily concerned with providing access to the archives to those most affected by its work, the citizens of the former Yugoslavia, the ICTY is currently working with a number of other international institutions on providing them access to public records of the archives so that they can be used in future projects. (...) He explained that this is done either through requests coming from the region or through their liaison representatives in The Hague. He emphasised that whilst a decision on the future location of the archives is pending, non confidential Court documents are already available to the public electronically.   ***** International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia For more information, please contact our Media Office in The Hague Tel.: +31-70-512-8752; 512-5343; 512-5356 Email: press [at] icty.org ( ) Follow ICTY on Facebook , Twitter and Youtube Press Releases Archive Press Briefing Archive Statements and Speeches Weekly Update of Court Proceedings ICTY Digest Publications Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Score: 796624.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...press-briefing-31-october-2012
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The cancellation of the ferry from Wanseko to Panyimur, the region’s biggest fish market, hit trade hard, whilst the loss of electricity, which was cut off when power lines were submerged, worsened the economic impact. (...) UN/John Kibego Nyanjura Nyangoma's family lost their home in the floods Some people were killed when the waters rose, whilst others were made homeless and had to migrate elsewhere. Many of Buliisa’s poverty alleviation projects, based along the shores of Lake Albert, were severely disrupted, whilst unemployed young people attempting to earn money in spite of the flooding, faced a further obstacle, in the face of the Ugandan Government’s operation to combat illegal fishing on the lake. 
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Score: 796624.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/03/1113732
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Impacting on rural poverty and hunger, food SMEs operate in the toughest markets, whilst ensuring resilience to shocks such as conflict, COVID-19 and climate change. (...) The approach provides shade, shelter and space for the livestock to forage, whilst the grazing animals help improve soil health and carbon sequestration. “Our eco-friendly approach demonstrates how farmers can create additional uses for their land, whilst meeting Ontario’s demand for local, grass-fed lamb, explains owner Carrie Woolley.
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Score: 795390.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...winners_19july2021_cp_edit.pdf
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Legal instruments for indigenous rights India cites explicit mentions to indigenous rights in its Constitution, which relate to prohibiting discrimination whilst Guatemala highlights its Law Against Racial Discrimination for indigenous rights. (...) Paraguay’s VNR acknowledges how the Constitution grants indigenous groups rights to their land whilst Guatemala cites its Indigenous Rural Women Policy for land and resource access for their social and economic empowerment. India highlights its Recognition of Forest Rights Act for land ownership, access, and resource collection whilst Sweden underscores its International Land and Forest Tenure Facility, which supports the inclusion of Indigenous Peoples in the management of land, ecosystem services and biodiversity.
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Score: 795390.9 - https://en.unesco.org/news/culture-2030-agenda-11
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The balance required for forging consensus on these thematic issues is as important as the balance between official development assistance (ODA) and say mobilizing limited domestic resources. Whilst the recently concluded Declaration of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Doha might give rise to optimism, Tonga seeks a simplified, streamlined, and expeditious accession process for small island developing States like ours who wish to join the WTO. (...) A more flexible approach and time frame within which to meet obligations is needed to enable countries like Tonga to adopt measures so as to fully participate in the WTO system and to fulfill the obligations of the WTO Agreements whilst minimizing any adverse impacts upon our populace. (...) Preparing for this Summit will for Tonga through its national assessment report include identifying areas for specific and priority capacity building needs as well as avenues by which to take increased advantage of financial and technological support.   Mr. President Whilst Tonga recognizes the merit of the economic vulnerability index as a measure for economic impacts, its application should encompass all small island developing States and not operate as a means to draw superficial differences between them.
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Score: 795390.9 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/56/statements/011116tongaE.htm
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Antony Srzich A presentation to the WTO Symposium on International Mobile Roaming 22 March 2012 International Mobile Roaming 2  Customers can seamlessly continue to use their mobile phone and phone number to make and receive voice calls and text messages, as well as browse the internet and check emails, whilst visiting another country  The home operator bills their retail customer for making and receiving voice calls, sending text messages and internet services while roaming on a host operator’s network in another country  As a mobile service, it is another retail service such has voice calling, text messaging or accessing the internet when at home. (...) 3  Receiving calls or text messages whilst roaming in another country – If you are called or receive a text message whilst roaming, the caller or sender of the text message pays the same charges as if they were calling or texting whilst you were in your home country – The international portion of the roaming call is charged to you by your home operator  Making calls, sending a text message, or internet browsing whilst roaming in another country – When you make a call, send a text message, or browse the internet whilst roaming, you will bear all costs of making the call, and the called party pays nothing What do IMR Retail Customers Pay For?
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Score: 794161.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...arch12_e/presentation_gsma.pdf
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We have a situation where 83% of vaccines have gone to high-income or upper- and middle-income countries whilst 0.2% have gone to low-income countries who make up a tenth of the worlds population. (...) At the same time there are members who, whilst concerned about saving lives, want to find a way to continue to incentivize innovation, research, and development. • I am convinced that if members engage, they can find constructive and pragmatic ways to bridge their differences on the TRIPS Agreement and the waiver proposal, such that we can contribute solutions to the present pandemic whilst preparing for future ones. • I hope that all this should lead to a framework agreement on trade and health preferably before the WTO’s Twelfth Ministerial Conference in early December, that would provide developing countries automaticity in access to vaccines and other critical health goods, whilst preserving the incentives needed for innovation and investment in R&D. • We need global solidarity and political will to tackle these problems and save lives.
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Score: 792656.2 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...g-ecosoc-speech-16_04_2021.pdf
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Women’s participation in decision-making continues to be an area of concern here in Africa. Whilst a number of declarations and commitments have been made in this region, the figures do not show any meaningful increase. (...) Successes have been recorded by South Africa, Mozambique and Mauritius – who have more than 30% women in the Cabinet. Whilst numbers still remain a challenge, we also need to look at the quality of participation.
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Score: 790189.16 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...m/eql-men/docs/ST_Ruzvidzo.pdf
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