human rights

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human rights, the legal and moral rights recognized by national and international laws.
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He said the debate on the issue of the protection of civilians must not be restricted to the Security Council but should also be done by other UN organizations.
The draft condemns all violence and hostilities directed against civilians and all acts of terrorism and urges all parties to abide by their obligations under international humanitarian law, including the Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War.
Scholars should be employed every now and then to preach protection of civilian life, wealth and honour to mujahideen and promote virtue .
June 25, 2010 (WAFA)- Eleven Palestinians injured throughout the oPt; another Palestinian killed and two others injured in tunnel-related incidents in Gaza, said OCHA in Protection of Civilians Weekly Report (June 16-22).
She added that the protection of civilians is her condition for stalled peace talks to resume with the southern-based rebels.
He also urges all concerned to ensure the protection of civilians and enable humanitarian assistance to be provided to affected areas and underlines the urgent need to end the bloodshed in Sri Lanka through a political solution, it said.
Now, after a run of flawless performance protecting astronauts in the harsh environment of Space, ILC is turning its attention to the protection of civilians and homeland security personnel.
We hope to develop an integrated technology solution that will address major security markets to achieve protection of civilians and a range of critical infrastructure assets.
According to UNMISS, some 260 new internally displaced persons arrived at its protection of civilians site from the west bank of the Nile in just a single day.
ABYEy (CyHAN)- As peacekeeping evolves to encompass broader humanitarian approach and mandates for protection of civilians, women are increasingly deployed in all peacekeeping domains.
The UN envoy stressed that the protection of civilians during armed conflicts is a cornerstone of international humanitarian law, and applies in all circumstances and without distinction.
He also deplored death of four internally displaced persons (IDPs) caught in crossfire in the protection of civilians site within the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) compound in Melut, the statement added.

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