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Therefore, our meeting here in Doha is in itself a challenge that the international community has taken up against an economic and political background marked by a slowdown in growth, disinvestment, unemployment, persistent poverty in developing countries, and widespread uncertainty and fear. Hence, it is time here to pay tribute to the courage of the WTO Secretariat, which has spared no effort, despite many pitfalls, in organizing this Conference. (...) In the past two years, we in the Congo have thought at length about the real reasons for the failure of the Seattle Conference. (...) However, in view of the implementation time-frames, is this enough, to enable our countries to enter into another round of discussions if we cannot rely on promises of assistance? For all these reasons, we recommend that future discussions on the new topics should be accompanied by parallel action that will allow Africa to move to later implementation of future agreements with real chances of success.
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Score: 845608.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...min01_e/statements_e/st129.pdf
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Therefore, our meeting here in Doha is in itself a challenge that the international community has taken up against an economic and political background marked by a slowdown in growth, disinvestment, unemployment, persistent poverty in developing countries, and widespread uncertainty and fear. Hence, it is time here to pay tribute to the courage of the WTO Secretariat, which has spared no effort, despite many pitfalls, in organizing this Conference. (...) In the past two years, we in the Congo have thought at length about the real reasons for the failure of the Seattle Conference. (...) However, in view of the implementation time-frames, is this enough, to enable our countries to enter into another round of discussions if we cannot rely on promises of assistance? For all these reasons, we recommend that future discussions on the new topics should be accompanied by parallel action that will allow Africa to move to later implementation of future agreements with real chances of success.
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Score: 845608.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...min01_e/statements_e/st129.doc
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The majority of the Chamber found that the Prosecution did not prove beyond any reasonable doubt that a widespread or systematic attack had been directed against the Croatian and Muslim civilian population of Croatia and BiH. (...) In my opinion, no trier of fact could reasonably find, in the light of the evidence admitted to the record, that there was no widespread or systematic attack against the Croatian and Muslim civilian population of Croatia and BiH, during the period covered by the Indictment. (...) A trier of fact who had considered the totality of the evidence admitted to the record, and not only a part thereof, could not have reasonably found that no widespread or systematic attack existed against the civilian population, not even with regard to Vojvodina.
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Score: 844425.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/seselj/tjug/en/160331_1.pdf
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The majority of heatwaves took place between 2006 and 2015, causing widespread coral bleaching and reef degradation. In 2021, nearly 60 percent of the world’s ocean surface experienced at least one spell of marine heatwaves. (...) Loss of marine biodiversity Rising temperatures increase the risk of irreversible loss of marine and coastal ecosystems . Today, widespread changes have been observed, including damage to coral reefs and mangroves that support ocean life, and migration of species to higher latitudes and altitudes where the water could be cooler.  (...) Read more The ocean – the world’s greatest ally against climate change The ocean is central to reducing global greenhouse gas emissions. Here are a few reasons we need to safeguard the ocean as our best ally for climate solutions.
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Score: 841060.8 - https://www.un.org/en/climatec...e/climate-issues/ocean-impacts
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Also, the practice of giving water and other liquids such as local teas (guitti, baouri…) to breastfed infants in the first months is widespread in the country. Around 56% of infants are given plain water before 6 months. (...) Neither water nor any other forms of liquid In Niger, the practice of giving water and other liquids such as local teas to breastfed infants in the first months is widespread. The reasons given for water supplementation of infants vary across regions and cultures.  
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Score: 841060.8 - https://www.unicef.org/niger/s...ories/no-water-breastfeed-only
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The majority of heatwaves took place between 2006 and 2015, causing widespread coral bleaching and reef degradation. In 2021, nearly 60 percent of the world’s ocean surface experienced at least one spell of marine heatwaves. (...) Loss of marine biodiversity Rising temperatures increase the risk of irreversible loss of marine and coastal ecosystems . Today, widespread changes have been observed, including damage to coral reefs and mangroves that support ocean life, and migration of species to higher latitudes and altitudes where the water could be cooler.  (...) Read more The ocean – the world’s greatest ally against climate change The ocean is central to reducing global greenhouse gas emissions. Here are a few reasons we need to safeguard the ocean as our best ally for climate solutions.
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Score: 841060.8 - https://www.un.org/en/node/178994
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Brđanin also claims that certain acts of torture - namely, rapes and sexual assaults - were individual domestic crimes rather than crimes committed in the context of an armed conflict or as part of a widespread and systematic attack. The Appeals Chamber rejects this argument, as the facts of this case clearly support the Trial Chamber's findings otherwise. (...) The Trial Chamber also reasonably concluded from the evidence that these crimes occurred as a part of a widespread or systematic attack against the civilian population. (...) The Appeals Chamber also finds that Brđanin has failed to show why no reasonable trier of fact could have reached the conclusion, beyond reasonable doubt, that Bosnian Muslims and Croats in the ARK were denied the right to proper judicial access on discriminatory grounds.
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Score: 840350.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b.../070404_Brdanin_summary_en.pdf
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But there is also a widespread sense of precariousness in the world today—in livelihoods, in personal security, in the environment and in global politics. (...) Real progress on human development, then, is not only a matter of enlarging people’s critical choices and their ability to be educated, be healthy, have a reasonable standard of living and feel safe. It is also a matter of how secure these achievements are and whether conditions are sufficient for sustained human development.
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Score: 839142.9 - https://sdgs.un.org/es/node/17885
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But there is also a widespread sense of precariousness in the world today—in livelihoods, in personal security, in the environment and in global politics. (...) Real progress on human development, then, is not only a matter of enlarging people’s critical choices and their ability to be educated, be healthy, have a reasonable standard of living and feel safe. It is also a matter of how secure these achievements are and whether conditions are sufficient for sustained human development.
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Score: 839142.9 - https://sdgs.un.org/fr/node/17885
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But there is also a widespread sense of precariousness in the world today—in livelihoods, in personal security, in the environment and in global politics. (...) Real progress on human development, then, is not only a matter of enlarging people’s critical choices and their ability to be educated, be healthy, have a reasonable standard of living and feel safe. It is also a matter of how secure these achievements are and whether conditions are sufficient for sustained human development.
Language:English
Score: 839142.9 - https://sdgs.un.org/ar/node/17885
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