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They suffered extensive casualties estimated at 30 killed and many more wounded.  Two British soldiers were killed, and two wounded. (...) Between these two outrages, also in Haifa on the 10th July, a bomb thrown at a Jewish bus killed one Jew and wounded 15 others; and in a street fracas on the 11th two Jews were killed and 14 Jews and one Arab were wounded. In Jerusalem there were three serious bombing incidents, two in the Old City when 13 Arabs were killed and 35 wounded and one outside the Jaffa Gate when five Arabs were killed and 25 wounded.  
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Score: 952438.5 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-198684/
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LETTER DATED 67/01/19 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CAMBODIA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Two members of the National Defence Forces - Kroch Lem and Khip Ort - were seriously wounded. Three men - Ith Dith, Private Second-Class, and Kork Sorn and Liv Khlam, members of the National Defence Forces - were slightly wounded. (...) On the same day, at about 4.30 p.m- Thai aggressors again harassed the same post while the elements of the post were engaged in evacuating the wounded by helicopter. As soon as the harassment of that morning had been reported, an action detachment from the 30th BC, commanded by Captain Lek Khan, was dispatched to the spot, and a clean-up operation in the vicinity of the post was begun at once. (...) The explosion of the mine wounded thirteen men, including: Five men mortally wounded: Captain Lek Khan Chief Corporal Lim Thai Private First-Class Var Lum Chamroeun Private Second-Class Yean Chlean One member of the National Defence Forces.
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Score: 951651.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/7694&Lang=E
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“This strategy prioritizes quality research and data-driven evidence for decision-making and facilitates the joint implementation of life-saving and life-improving NTD programmes ” said Dr Mwelecele Ntuli Malecela, Director, WHO Department of Control of Neglected Tropical Diseases. “ It will guide the scale-up of essential WASH and health services and contribute to the NTD road map’s target of providing 100% access to basic water, sanitation and hygiene in areas endemic for NTDs” . Without clean water and soap, it is difficult to implement simple and effective public health actions that can prevent and manage debilitating NTDs: face-washing for trachoma, a disease which leads to painful, irreversible blindness; limb-washing for lymphatic filariasis, in which worms invade the lymph system and cause severe oedema, especially of the legs; wound-washing for rabies, where cleaning the lesion thoroughly after a dog-bite can decrease the chances of infection by the virus from canine saliva; and hand-washing for intestinal worms, whose eggs are ingested with food inappropriately manipulated and contaminated with soil.  
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Score: 951429.1 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...nd-neglected-tropical-diseases
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Rather, they blackmail them in order to provide confessions in exchange for the necessary treatment and medical care, as 10 of the boys were arrested after they were shot, some of them seriously wounded. During the year 2020, the military courts of the occupation continued to impose exorbitant financial fines on child prisoners, as part of a programmed and deliberate policy, as the financial fines imposed on children in the Ofer court only during the year 2020 amounted to 350,000 shekels, equivalent to 102,000 United States of America dollars. (...) Corona and the prisoners The year 2020 was marked by adding a new form to the suffering of thousands of prisoners in the occupation prisons, which is the Corona pandemic, which entered the occupation prisons as a result of the occupation’s negligence to the lives of the prisoners and the failure to apply protection and prevention measures or provide means of cleaning and disinfecting for prisoners. The occupation policy that it followed in dealing with the pandemic of facilitated the entry of the virus to prisons and infecting dozens: prisoners with the infectious disease, which was represented in: • Not conduct tests for employees in the prison administration when they come from vacations, and many of them were carrying the virus; • Not conduct tests for new prisoners or putting them in isolated places until it is confirmed that they are free of the virus; • The close proximity between the investigators and the prisoners during the investigation period without taking into account the possibility that they were infected with the virus, and this transmitted the disease to many prisoners; • Overcrowding in rooms and departments and the inability to make spacing; • Not to provide prisoners with medical masks to use them to protect themselves, especially when transferring and movement; • Delay in test prisoners who showed symptoms similar to those of Corona; • Prisons are not completely sterilized, and disinfectors and cleaning tools are not provided; • Not to provide any real medical care to infected prisoners after they are quarantined in special departments; • Refusing to provide special food to prisoners who are infected or those in contact with them in order to raise their level of immunity to protect them from the symptoms of disease. (...) In addition to the occupation’s refusal to release them, he continued to disregard for the lives of the prisoners by not taking any of the safety and preventive measures for two full months, and even the prison administration deprived the prisoners of dozens of items that were available in the prison's containers, including cleaning supplies and soap. While the danger still exists to a large extent on the prisoners, in the fact that prisons are considered fertile places for the spread of diseases and epidemics, because they are overcrowded and do not meet the minimum protection conditions as a result of not applying all preventive and safety measures to protect prisoners, and that the cases of infection between prisoners and jailers that are announced from time to time, it makes the prisoners live in a state of anxiety and fear while they await an unknown fate that may come at any moment.
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Score: 947705.4 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...021/03/AHRC46NGO115_050321.pdf
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LETTER DATED 91/04/23 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
British casualties during the campaign were 25 killed in action and 43 wounded. The United Kingdom has made a major contribution to the international response to the environmental threat posed by the oil released into the Gulf by Iraq, and by the oil well fires started by Iraq in the closing stages of the conflict. (...) It also offered help in training local volunteers in Saudi Arabia to clean oiled birds. The Royal Air Force and the British Army have helped to clean up debris from some of the offshore islands. On 6 March, the United Kinqdom announced a contribution of El million to the trust fund established by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) for clean-up operations in the northern Gulf. In response to the environmental damage caused by the burning oil wells, the United Kingdom has provided the affected States with an initial assessment of the nature and extent of the smoke plumes, their likely evolution, and their possible impact on the environment and human health.
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Score: 947190.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=S/22522&Lang=E
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY SOCIETY FOR PROTECTION OF STREET & WORKING CHILDREN
.: General 17 February 2021 English only A/HRC/46/NGO/15 2 Negative Effect of Air Pollution on the Health of Working and Street Children Enjoying clean air and a healthy environment is among children's rights. (...) Every child should be able to breathe clean air to have a healthy body that helps his talents to fully develop and flourish. (...) In recent years, the United Nations has conducted a study by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) entitled “Clean Air for Children”, which states that one in seven children in the world breathes polluted air.
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Score: 945966 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=A/HRC/46/NGO/15&Lang=E
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With so many men fighting in this conflict, wounded, dead or missing, nearly one in five households is headed by women below the age of 18. (...) Funding is also needed to provide people with shelter, medicine, clean water and to give women the necessary resources to support their families to lessen the risk of sexual and gender-based violence.
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Score: 945735.2 - https://www.unocha.org/story/yemen-time-act-now
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With so many men fighting in this conflict, wounded, dead or missing, nearly one in five households is headed by women below the age of 18. (...) Funding is also needed to provide people with shelter, medicine, clean water and to give women the necessary resources to support their families to lessen the risk of sexual and gender-based violence.
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Score: 945735.2 - https://www.unocha.org/node/952329
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Medical facilities are buckling under the strain of additional casualties wounded in the recent violence, many with complex and life-threatening injuries. (...) Their families received 4/5 hours of electricity per day and 9 of 10 don’t have regular direct access to clean water. Children in the Gaza Strip have lived through three major rounds of conflict in the past decade.
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Score: 945735.2 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...-people-in-gaza-press-release/
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Clinics and hospitals require energy.  Delivering clean water and sanitation requires energy.  Storing food and medicines requires energy. (...) Highlights Round-up of the Security Council's activities New York, Jan-Dec 2021 Main part of the 76th session of the General Assembly New York, Sep-Dec 2021 65th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women New York, 15-26 March 2021 Daily Noon Briefing 3 February 2022 In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, following Tuesday’s attack in Ituri province, United Nations peacekeepers are patrolling the area with reinforced troops to provide security around the Savo displaced persons site and are facilitating medical supplies and evacuations to Bunia for wounded civilians. Latest Noon Briefings Resources Journal Conferences & Events Media Alert News & Media Resources UN News Webcast Photo Multimedia Media Accreditation Television UNIFEED Spokesperson for the Secretary-General Quick Links General Assembly Security Council Economic and Social Council Secretary-General Latest Noon Briefing Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences United Nations Donate Join the conversation: A–Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 945735.2 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2010/sgsm13124.doc.htm
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