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The way cities are planned, run and managed is crucial for development – UN deputy chief

View of City of old Cairo, Egypt, during mid-morning rush hour. Photo: World Bank/Dominic Chavez 9 June 2015 – In his address to the World Cities Summit in New York today, United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson called on global leaders to adapt to the demographic and cultural shift that […]

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Uganda: UN-backed investments in small farmers yield impressive outcomes

Photo: World Bank/Simone D. McCourtie 9 June 2015 – Smallholder farmers in Uganda have made impressive progress in grain harvest and storage, thanks to a World Food Programme (WFP) investment plan which aims at improving their agricultural practices and market access. “WFP is providing over 1,000 farmer groups with critical […]

Allied Command Operations (ACO)

Allied Command Operations (ACO) is responsible for the planning and execution of all Alliance operations. It consists of a small number of permanently established headquarters, each with a specific role. The Supreme Allied Commander, Europe – or SACEUR – assumes the overall command of operations at the strategic level and […]

OPEC daily basket price stood at $59.42 a barrel Monday, 8 June 2015

Vienna, Austria, 9 June 2015–The price of OPEC basket of twelve crudes stood at 59.42 dollars a barrel on Monday, compared with $58.61 the previous Friday, according to OPEC Secretariat calculations. (View Archives) The new OPEC Reference Basket of Crudes (ORB) is made up of the following: Saharan Blend (Algeria), […]

Increased militia violence could push Burundi ‘over the edge,’ warns UN rights chief

51-year-old Gervais with his wife, four children and two nephews, who paddled across Lake Cahoha, in Northern Burundi, into Rwanda. Photo: ©UNICEF Burundi/Y. Nijimbere/2015 9 June 2015 – Deeply worried at the increasingly violent and threatening actions by a pro-government militia in Burundi, the United Nations human rights chief today […]

In Tajikistan, Ban highlights importance of safe water, sanitation and human rights

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon meets with Foreign Minister Sirodjidin Aslov of Tajikistan in Dushanbe. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas 9 June 2015 – Kicking off a high-level event on water in Tajikistan today, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged nations in the region and beyond to renew their commitment to safe water and sanitation as […]

As refugees flood Greek island, UN agency warns of strained resources

sylum-seekers in a holding centre on Greece’s Samos Island. Photo: UNHCR/A. D’Amato 9 June 2015 – The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) is reporting the arrival of record numbers of refugees on the Greek island of Lesvos, severely straining local reception capacities and the island’s limited resources. At a press […]

PLENUL ORDINEA DE ZI -10 IUNIE 2015 ORA 09:00 ; SECŢIA PENTRU JUDECĂTORI-10 IUNIE 2015 ORA 12:00; SECŢIA PENTRU PROCURORI ÎN MATERIE DISCIPLINARĂ- 10 iunie 2015 ora 12:00

PLENUL ORDINEA DE ZI DIN DATA DE 10 IUNIE 2015 ORA 09:00 Nr. crt. Număr lucrare Descriere lucrare 1. 13537/2015 MENŢINERE ÎN FUNCŢIE: 1) Nota Direcţiei resurse umane şi organizare nr. 9556/2015 privind cererea formulată de domnul STRANCIUG VIOREL, procuror la Parchetul de pe lângă Curtea de Apel Bacău, de […]

On World Day, UN urges global resolve to ‘appreciate, protect and restore’ Earth’s oceans

UNDP-GEF report says as little as $5 billion in public funds could catalyse action and financial flows to reverse ocean degradation. Photo: UNDP/A. Chetvergov 8 June 2015 – Although the world’s oceans are vast, their capacity to withstand damage caused by human activity is limited, compromising their critical contribution to […]

Ban appoints Senegalese national as Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. UN Photo/Amanda Voisard (file) 8 June 2015 – Ban appoints Senegalese national as Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today announced the appointment of Fatoumata Ndiaye of Senegal as Deputy Executive Director of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Ms. Ndiaye is currently […]

UN envoy condemns continuing use of barrel bombs, killing of civilians in Syria conflict

Syria: destruction of Aleppo’s historical monuments. Photo: UNESCO 8 June 2015 – The United Nations Special Envoy for Syria has condemned the continuing use of barrel bombs in the Middle Eastern country’s ongoing conflict and called on all parties to respect the sanctity of civilian life, according to a spokesperson […]

INTERVIEW: Heading to Central Asia, UN chief pledges to promote ‘common response’ to region’s diverse challenges

Many communities in Central Asia, like Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province in Tajikistan (shown), are prone to disasters such as flooding and mudslides. The UN is working with the Government to develop a country-wide disaster-resilience strategy. Photo: OCHA/Z. Nurmukhambetova 8 June 2015 – Aiming to support and promote a common response to […]

NATO ”Smart Energy” exercise gets underway in Hungary

Exercise Capable Logistician 2015 (8-19 June) will see NATO testing a range of energy-efficient solutions in an effort to cut cost while enhancing interoperability and military effectiveness. The exercise takes place at Bakony Combat Training Centre near Veszprem, Hungary, and, with the support of NATO’s Science for Peace and Security […]

SECŢIA PENTRU PROCURORI – Ordinea de zi 9 iunie ora 10

SECŢIA PENTRU PROCURORI ORDINEA DE ZI DIN DATA DE 09 IUNIE 2015 ORA 10:00 Nr. crt. Număr lucrare Descriere lucrare 1. 12498/2015 NUMIRE ÎN FUNCŢIE DE CONDUCERE: 1) Nota Direcţiei resurse umane şi organizare nr.10061/2015 privind numirea domnului CONSTANTINESCU GHEORGHE procuror la Parchetul de pe lângă Tribunalul Olt, în funcţia […]

Reformulation of HIV treatment will save more children’s lives – UN

Photo: UNAIDS 5 June 2015 – The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new antiretroviral formulation that can be mixed with food, making it easier for children living with HIV to take their life-saving medicines, the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AID (UNAIDS) and the UN Children’s […]

Syria: Security Council ‘outraged’ by intensifying attacks against civilians

Destruction in Salah Ed Din neighbourhood, Syria. Photo: OCHA/Josephine Guerrero 5 June 2015 – Amid surging violence in Aleppo, the United Nations Security Council today expressed “outrage” at all attacks against civilians in Syria, as well as indiscriminate attacks. “The members of the Security Council expressed their deep concern at […]

UN invites world’s seven billion people to become agents of change on World Environment Day

Sugar cane and soybean plantations have replaced hectare after hectare of jungle as the Amazon has been exploited in the name of agriculture, with little regard for the environmental impacts. Photo: UNEP GRID Arendal/Riccardo Pravettoni 5 June 2015 – With many of the earth’s ecosystems nearing “critical tipping points,” the […]

Secretary General thanks Norway for its contributions to NATO

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has thanked Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg for her country’s important contributions to the Alliance. In Oslo on Friday (5 June 2015), Mr. Stoltenberg stressed that the Alliance is adapting and staying strong in the face of security challenges to the east and the south. […]

NATO Allies begin naval exercise BALTOPS in the Baltic Sea

Scores of ships and aircraft from 17 countries are taking part in Baltic Sea naval drills as part of exercise BALTOPS which starts on Friday (5 June 2015) and runs until 20 June. Allied participation demonstrates NATO’s resolve to defend the Baltic region, and will hone the ability of Allies […]

Progress on AGS with completion of first NATO-owned air vehicle

The first of NATO’s five unmanned air vehicles rolled off the factory line in San Diego on Thursday, 4 June 2015. The Global Hawk Block 40 is part of the Alliance Ground Surveillance Program (AGS). The NATO-owned and -operated AGS core capability will enable the Alliance to perform persistent surveillance […]

Primul Ministru al Romaniei Victor Ponta invinuit oficial de pentru spalare de bani,evaziune fiscala si conflict de interese

Un fapt asteptat de ceva vreme de catre dusmanii sai dar si deopotriva de cetatenii onesti ai Romaniei. Urmarirea penala impotriva lui Dan Sova a scos la iveala implicarea conform Directiei Nationale Anticoruptie  fapte destul de grave pentru ambii. Pentru Romania insa o astfel de problema este una grava in […]

Comunicat de presă privind încuviinţarea reţinerii şi arestării preventive a magistratului Vlădoianu Marius Radu, procuror în cadrul Parchetului de pe lângă Tribunalul Dolj

În şedinţa din data de 4 iunie 2015, Secţia pentru procurori a Consiliului Superior al Magistraturii a încuviinţat reţinerea şi arestarea preventivă a magistratului Vlădoianu Marius Radu, procuror în cadrul Parchetului de pe lângă Tribunalul Dolj. Hotărârea Secţiei a fost luată în baza art. 42 alin (2) din Legea nr. […]

Concerned over potential violence in Burundi, UN chief urges resumption of dialogue

Burundians arriving in Rwanda after fleeing pre-election violence. Photo: UNHCR/Kate Holt 4 June 2015 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon remains concerned about the potential for escalating violence in Burundi and has reiterated his call for calm and restraint amid the African country’s simmering political tensions. In a statement issued by his […]

Ban commends leaders’ commitment to settle Cyprus issue

Special Adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide (centre) with Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades (left) and the Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci as they resumed full-fledged negotiations on 15 May 2015. Photo: UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) 4 June 2015 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today commended the commitment of […]

Benefits of mammograms outweigh adverse effects for older women – UN agency

4 June 2015 – A group of 29 independent experts from 16 countries, convened by the specialized cancer agency of the United Nations, has concluded that there is sufficient evidence that mammography screening is effective in reducing breast cancer-related deaths for women aged 50–69 years. The benefit of reduced mortality […]

DR Congo: UN voices support for Government offensive against militia

Joint Democratic Republic of the Congo army (FARDC)-MONUSCO operation against the Front de Résistance Patriotique de l’Ituri (FRPI). Photo: MONUSCO 4 June 2015 – The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO) has welcomed the latest military operation by the country’s armed forces against members […]

NATO Allies begin naval exercise BALTOPS in the Baltic Sea

Scores of ships and aircraft from 17 countries are taking part in Baltic Sea naval drills as part of exercise BALTOPS which starts on Friday (5 June 2015) and runs until 20 June. Allied participation demonstrates NATO’s resolve to defend the Baltic region, and will hone the ability of Allies […]

,,Problemele de functionare ale instantelor: resurse limitate la minimul de subzistenta,sedii inadecvate.”

Tribunalul Dambovita  prin amabilitatea  conducerii si Biroului de Informare si Relatii Publice a raspuns intrebarilor interviului News24.7WorldPress. Va reamintim ca absolut toate instantele din Romania au acelasi intrebari ,intrebari care vor sa aduca Opiniei Publice clarificarile privind  profesia de magistrat in Romania. Acesti oameni isi dedica timpul educatiei continuie, in […]

Central African Republic: UN chief to launch independent inquiry into sexual abuse case

Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. UN Photo/Mark Garten (file) 3 June 2015 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has announced his intention to establish an independent review panel to investigate the United Nations’ handling of sexual abuse allegations involving foreign troops in the Central African Republic (CAR), the Organization has confirmed. In a […]

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