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Conviction of Mladic, the 'epitome of evil,' a momentous victory for justice – UN rights
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Tuesday, 21 November 2017
Conviction of Mladic, the 'epitome of evil,' a momentous victory for justice – UN rights
Welcoming today’s conviction of former Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic on multiple counts of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes by an international tribunal, the United Nations top human right official said that the verdict is “a warning” to perpetrators of such crimes that they will be brought to justice.Read Full Article ...
 
UN chief 'horrified' at buying and selling of African migrants in Libya
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Monday, 20 November 2017
UN chief 'horrified' at buying and selling of African migrants in Libya
Expressing horror at news reports and videos showing African migrants in Libya allegedly being sold as slaves, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterre...
 
UN report urges Sudan to address plight of millions of displaced people in Darfur
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Monday, 20 November 2017
UN report urges Sudan to address plight of millions of displaced people in Darfur
The United Nations human rights office has called on the Government of Sudan to pursue effective, transparent and durable policies to enable the 2.6 million pe...
 
World community has ‘collective responsibility’ to stop human trafficking, support victims – UN chie
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Monday, 20 November 2017
World community has ‘collective responsibility’ to stop human trafficking, support victims – UN chie
Briefing the Security Council Tuesday, top United Nations officials, including the Secretary-General and the head of the Organization’s anti-crime office, unde...
 
Still far too much secrecy surrounding use of death penalty, says senior UN human rights official
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Monday, 20 November 2017
Still far too much secrecy surrounding use of death penalty, says senior UN human rights official
A senior United Nations human rights official has stressed the need for greater transparency by countries that still use the death penalty, noting that this is...
 
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