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My Comoros passport: Getting an Armenian visa and traveling

My Comoros passport: Getting an Armenian visa and traveling

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http://nomadcapitalist.com/2017/01/29/visa-free-travel-the-comoros-islands/ Find out some info about the process of obtaining a visa and traveling with a Comoros passport from Andrew's own experience. For already few months we are doing series of My economic citizenship – where Andrew is talking about his experiences getting a legal second passport through investment in Comoros. Get more free info from our articles: http://nomadcapitalist.com/my-economic-citizenship ----- ABOUT NOMAD CAPITALIST Andrew Henderson travels to nearly 30 countries every year to stay up to date on the latest legal strategies for entrepreneurs and investors to pay less tax, grow their money faster, and build their personal freedom. Andrew started Nomad Capitalist to help people like you follow his five magic words: "go where you're treated best". He has personally started foreign companies, opened offshore bank accounts, and obtained multiple second passports. He also learned the hard way that perpetual information seeking is often the biggest barrier to getting the results you want. Many entrepreneurs spend months and even years constantly researching how to pay less in tax or live overseas, but are afraid to make the jump. As a result, they get stuck and keep paying a fortune in taxes and never get the lifestyle they deserve. Nomad Capitalist's Youtube channel is based on Andrew's vision that focusing on the end result, rather than the latest shiny object, is the best way to actually obtain the benefits of the Nomad Capitalist lifestyle. About Andrew: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com/about/ Our website: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com Our blog: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com/blog/ Work with Andrew: http://www.holanomad.com/
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Comoros Legal Records Transcriptionist $0.79/min

Comoros Legal Records Transcriptionist $0.79/min

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Geography Now! Comoros

Geography Now! Comoros

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What do you do when one of your siblings decides to become French....? http://facebook.com/GeographyNowFanpage http://instagram.com/GeographyNow_Official http://twitter.com/GeographyNow Become a patron! Donate anything and Get exclusive behind the scenes footage! All profits go towards helping my dad and his medical costs/ parent's living expenses since they are no longer working and need support. http://patreon.com/GeographyNow
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Comoros - President claims power over island

Comoros - President claims power over island

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T/I: 10:15:20 GS 10:39:07 Comoran President Mohamed Taki Abdoulkarim on Tuesday (09/09) claimed total power over the tiny Indian Ocean archipelago. But his announcement was ignored on the island of Anjouan, where separatist forces last week defeated government troops, and separatist spokesman Mohamed Abdou Madi again declared independence. Speaking on national radio, Abdoulkarim said he had to take total power. SHOWS: MATSAMUDU, COMOROS. 9/09 Comoran President Mohamed Taki Abdoulkarim speaking in French: "Our constitution has scheduled something in the law if the constitution of the Republic would be interrupted (in article 20). And that's the case today. I had to take total power. we had to contact the Prime minister, the president of the assembly and the president of the High Court, which has been done. Tomorrow, I will set up a commission to deal with the current State affairs. We are trying to put back a government of national unity. I've authorized the army to go over there (island of Anjouan), not to fight but to restaure the individual liberties and to restaure the state as it was before. The army came there and after 24 hours they have reestablished the situation. But the day after they have been attacked." WS President with reporter; 2.02 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5c5d2d743fed9aa5ea0cf414d60b5457 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Uganda Cranes wins Comoros 1-0 @ Namboole stadium.

Uganda Cranes wins Comoros 1-0 @ Namboole stadium.

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Uganda Cranes wins Comoros 1- 0 at Mandela National Stadium - Namboole in AFCON qualifiers 2017
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AFCON 2017 Uganda Cranes vs. Comoros

AFCON 2017 Uganda Cranes vs. Comoros

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Today in Nelson Mandela stadium Namboole in Kampala Uganda. The goal some of you missed
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COMOROS  by Edmund Rhettbaier

COMOROS by Edmund Rhettbaier

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From the album QUESTS arrives this song on track four. All music written and performed by Harry Edgar Young. All music copyrighted under the law. Enjoy The Music. Edmund Rhettbaier.
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Comoros Top 5 Video 54

Comoros Top 5 Video 54

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Comoros Banks Offshore

Comoros Banks Offshore

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The Comoros, officially the Union of the Comoros (Comorian: Udzima wa Komori, French: Union des Comores, Arabic: الاتحاد القمري‎ al-Ittiḥād al-Qumurī / Qamarī) is a sovereign archipelago island nation in the Indian Ocean, located at the northern end of the Mozambique Channel off the eastern coast of Africa, between northeastern Mozambique and northwestern Madagascar. Other countries near the Comoros are Tanzania to the northwest and the Seychelles to the northeast. Its capital is Moroni, on Grande Comore. At 1,862 km2 (719 sq mi), excluding the contested island of Mayotte, the Comoros is the third-smallest African nation by area. Each Island have a different financial law and Anjouan and Mwali have International Services Authority. Anjouan is an autonomous island in the Indian Ocean that has formed part of the Comoros since it reached its independence in 1975, when, together with Moheli, it requested secession. It proclaimed itself the independent State of Anjouan in August of 1997, with Foundi Abdallah as president. Then, the island requested integration with the French Republic, but France refused the request. Later, Anjouan adopted a constitution through a referendum held on February 25, 1998. The end of the 20th Century was convulsive for Anjouan, because several coup d'état took place. After the creation of the Union of the Comoros, the islands accepted integration into this new formation in 2002; however, internal problems continued between forces loyal to Mohamed Bacar and the opposition. Anjouan was invaded by the Union military in 2008, followed by its new declaration of independence, with Bacar seeking political asylum. The changes were positive and the island was finally successful in establishing itself politically and economically. Anjouan uses the Comorian Franc, minted by the Bank of France and issued by the island's Central Bank, as its currency. The island's economy depends on agriculture and related industries. These employ more than 80% of the work force. Anjouan is the world's main exporter of ylang-ylang oil, an ingredient used in almost all perfumes. Anjouan has offered licenses to more than 300 offshore banks. The Offshore Financial Authority of Anjouan, whose objective is to attract foreign capital by offering ample fiscal advantages, has existed since 2002. In 2005, by signing new laws, the Limited Services Corporation of Anjouan obtained the right and authority as a registered agent for all international business companies and the issue of bank licenses. This Corporation received some inquiries, but the Supreme Court of Justice of London confirmed its legal rights to operate offshore businesses, with the complete consensus of the Anjouan Government.
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(ARABIC) Prosecutor Statement on preliminary examination of situation referred by Union of Comoros

(ARABIC) Prosecutor Statement on preliminary examination of situation referred by Union of Comoros

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Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, on concluding the preliminary examination of the situation referred by the Union of Comoros: “Rome Statute legal requirements have not been met” On 14 May 2013, a referral was received by my Office from the authorities of the Union of the Comoros, a State Party to the Rome Statute. The same day, I announced the opening of a preliminary examination “with respect to the 31 May 2010 Israeli raid on the Humanitarian Aid Flotilla bound for [the] Gaza Strip.’’ Following a thorough legal and factual analysis of the information available, I have concluded that there is a reasonable basis to believe that war crimes under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or the “Court”) were committed on one of the vessels, the Mavi Marmara, when Israeli Defense Forces intercepted the “Gaza Freedom Flotilla’’ on 31 May 2010. However, after carefully assessing all relevant considerations, I have concluded that the potential case(s) likely arising from an investigation into this incident would not be of “sufficient gravity” to justify further action by the ICC. The gravity requirement is an explicit legal criteria set by the Rome Statute. Without in any way minimizing the impact of the alleged crimes on the victims and their families, I have to be guided by the Rome Statute, in accordance with which the ICC shall prioritize war crimes committed on a large scale or pursuant to a plan or policy. In the final analysis, I have, therefore, concluded that the legal requirements under the Rome Statute to open an investigation have not been met and I am announcing that the preliminary examination has been closed. My Office’s assessment of the situation referred by the Comoros was based on open and other reliable sources, which we subjected to our strict practice of independent, impartial and thorough analysis Under the Rome Statute, the referring State, in this case, the Union of the Comoros, has the right to request the Judges of the ICC to review my decision not to proceed to open an investigation, pursuant to article 53(3)(a) of the Statute. I have made it clear in the past and I will repeat it here: my Office will execute its mandate, without fear or favour, where the Court’s jurisdiction is established; and will vigorously pursue those – irrespective of status or affiliation – who commit mass crimes that shock the conscience of humanity. We will do so with unyielding commitment to end impunity for mass crimes and in total independence, but we can only do so in strict conformity with the Rome Statute legal framework.
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Omar Abdullat - Ya Sa'ad La / عمرعبداللات - يا سعد

Omar Abdullat - Ya Sa'ad La / عمرعبداللات - يا سعد

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عمرعبداللات - يا سعد Jordanian nice old song 2008 2009 Ahmad El Sherif Alaa Zalzali Alain Merheb Ali Al Dik Ali Hussein Aline Khalaf Amal Hijazi Amal Wahbe Amani Swissi Amel Lembary Amer Monib Amr Diab Angham Arwa Asala Assi Ashley Tisdale - He Said She Said El Heleni Ayman El Aatar Ayman Zbib Azar Habib Aziz Abdo Bahaa Al Kafi Bahaa Soltan Bashar El Shaty Bashar Kaisi Basmat Watan Bassem Moughnieh Bassima Boo De Boo Boushra Brigitte Yaghi Carizma Carole Saker Carole Samaha Cendrella Charbel Khalil Cheb Bilal Cheb Jilany Cheb Kader Cheb Khaled Cheb Mami Cheba Maria Christmas Clauda Chemali Cyrine Abdel Nour Crazy Indian Music Video Filmed in the 90's Preety awsome dance moves OK Go - Here It Goes Again Dalida Dana Dania Danielle Darine Darine Hadchiti Diana Haddad Diana Karazon Dina Hayek DJ Mario Dominique Hourani Ehab Tawfik Elias Karam Elie Massad Elissa Esam Karika Essaf Fadel Shaker Fady Badr Fady Harb Fairuz Fares Karam Fares ilahi Farid Al Atrash Fergie - Big Girls Don't Cry (Personal): Regular Version Fella El Jazairia Gassan Rahbani George El Rassi George Khabaz George Wassouf Ghada Shbeir Ghady Ghady Rahbani Gharam Ghassan Saliba Grace Deeb Gullizar Hadi Yones Haifa Wehbe Hakim Hamada Hani elahije ilahije elahi Helal Hani El Omary Hani Shaker Hasna Hayat Hiba Mounzer Hisham Abbas Hisham El Haj Hossam Habib Howayda High School Musical 2 Music Video - You Are The Music in Me Ibrahim Al Hakami Imad Helou Iwan Iyad Shaker Jad Choueiri Jad Nakhle Jawad Al Ali Jeny Joanna Mallah Joe Ashkar Jordin Sparks - Tattoo [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO] Joseph Atieh Joud Julia Boutros Justin Timberlake - Lovestoned I Think She Knows Music Video Katia Harb Kazem Al Saher Khaled Ajaj Khaled Selim Laila Ghofran Latifa Laura Khalil Leila Eskandar Loai Madelaine Matar Maged El Mohandes Majida El Roumi Malak El Nasser Maram Marcel Khalife Margo Kassar Maria Marie Sleiman Marwa Marwa Nasr Marwan Khoury Massari May Hariri Maysam Nahas Melhem Baraket Melhem Zein Melissa Menna Nahla Miryam Fares Mohamed Al Mazem Mohamed Fouad Mohamed Nour Mohammad Abdo Moin Sharif Mostafa Amar Mostafa Kamel Nabil Ajram Nabil Sh3el Nagla Najwa Karam Nancy Ajram Nasri Shams Eldin Nawal Nawal Numa Numa Tunak Tunak Al Zoghby Nawal Mazloum Nay Nazem Al Ghazali Nelly Makdessy Nicole Saba Nona Nora Rahal Nour El Omr Nourhan Our Song- Taylor Swift (Music Video) Osama Rahbani Oum Kalthoum Pascal Saker Pascale Machaalani Quiminboos Rabih Asmar Ragheb Alama Ramy Ayach Ramy Sabry Raneem Rania Jubran Rania Kurdi Rashed El Majed Rayan Razan Reda Reeda Rihanna - Umbrella Rola Saad Rosy Rouwaida Rouwaida Attieh Ruby Sabah Sabah Fakhri Saber El Roubai Samar Sami Yusuf Samir Yazbek Samira Said Samira Tawfik Samo Zein Sandra Sandy Saoud Abou Sultan Sara Serkan Shadi Aswad Shadi Jamil Shadia Shereen Sherif Mekawy Sherine Wagdy Simon Hadchiti Soad Hosny Soulja Boy Tell Em - Crank That MUSIC VIDEO Album In Stores! Star Academy Suzan Tamim Tamer T-Pain featuring Akon - Bartender [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO] 3ashor Tamer Hosni Tarek Selim Tony Hanna Tony Kattan Tony Kiwan Viny Wadih El Safi Wadih Mrad Waed Wael Jassar Wael Kfoury Wael Mansour Walid Samra Walid Tawfik Warda Yara Yasser Yasser Habeeb Yehya Radwan Yousra Yuri Mrakadi Zaki Nasif Zein El Omr Zekra Ziad Bourji Ziad Rahbani Zizi Adel Zoher Francis Don't Stop The Music" video - Short-e. Abkhazia -- Afghanistan -- Akrotiri and Dhekelia -- Åland -- Åland Islands Albania - Algeria -- American Samoa - Andorra -- Angola -- Anguilla - Antigua and Barbuda - Argentina -- Armenia -- Aruba - Ascension Island - Australia -- Austria - Azerbaijan - Bahamas, The - Bahrain - Bangladesh - Barbados - Belarus - Belgium - Belize - Benin - Bermuda - Bhutan - Bolivia - Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosna - Botswana - Brazil - Brunei - Bulgaria - Burkina Faso - Burundi - Cambodia - Cameroon - Canada - Cape Verde - Cayman Islands - Central African Republic - Chad - Chile - China - Chinese - Christmas Island - Cocos (Keeling) Islands - Colombia - Comoros - Congo - Congo - Cook Islands - Costa Rica - Côte d'Ivoire - Croatia - Cuba - Cyprus - Czech Republic - Denmark -Djibouti - Dominica - Dominican Republic - Falkland Islands - Faroe Islands - Fiji - Finland - France - French Polynesia - Georgia - Germany - Greece - Guatemala - Hungary - Iceland - India - Indian - Iraq - Iran - Ireland - Israel - Italy - Kosova - Kuwait - Kyrgyzstan - Latvia - Lebanon - Liechtenstein - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Macedonia - Macao - Mexico - Moldova - Monaco - Montenegro - Morocco - Netherlands - New Zealand - Norway - Pakistan - Palau - Palestine - Romania - Russia - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - Serbia - Slovakia - Slovenia - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - Syria - Turkey - United Arab Emirates - United Kingdom - United States - Vatican City - Yemen - Zimbabwe
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Marriage and Divorce in Morocco - Al Jazeera World

Marriage and Divorce in Morocco - Al Jazeera World

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Marriage and Divorce in Morocco - Al Jazeera World Moroccan family law is built around the Moudawana, a family code that governs marriage, divorce, child custody, maintenance and the division of assets. Adapting well-established traditions, it has been in existence since the 1950s; but, historically, marriage - and divorce - had always been in the hands of men. But in recent decades the Moudawana has faced pressure from civil society groups and women's rights campaigners to introduce reforms, prompting King Mohamed VI to appoint a commission to examine its principles and practice in October 2003. Its findings have resulted in more rights for women and updates to many of its rules, particularly in introducing new types of divorce, including for "irreconcilable differences". In Marriage and Divorce in Morocco we look at a host of areas affected by the family code including registration of marriage, division of assets, maintenance, domestic violence, rape, and the effects on men who find themselves in abusive relationships. We hear from lawyers, judges, social commentators and also ex-wives and ex-husbands - like Fadma Amzil, who had a Fatiha marriage, but which was not registered with the civil authorities. "I only had a Fatiha marriage," she says. "He got married to another woman and their marriage was registered. My situation would have been different if my marriage had been registered." We also speak to critics of the code who argue that some discrimination has survived the 2004 reforms. We hear from the family of Amina Filali, a 16-year-old whose case grabbed headlines when she took her own life after being forced to marry her alleged rapist. A loophole in the law, penal code article 475, meant a rapist could evade prosecution if he married his victim. This film looks at the human stories behind the Moudawana, how it has modernised family law, and at the progress it still probably needs to make.
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(TURKISH) Prosecutor Statement on preliminary examination of situation referred by Union of Comoros

(TURKISH) Prosecutor Statement on preliminary examination of situation referred by Union of Comoros

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Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, on concluding the preliminary examination of the situation referred by the Union of Comoros: “Rome Statute legal requirements have not been met” On 14 May 2013, a referral was received by my Office from the authorities of the Union of the Comoros, a State Party to the Rome Statute. The same day, I announced the opening of a preliminary examination “with respect to the 31 May 2010 Israeli raid on the Humanitarian Aid Flotilla bound for [the] Gaza Strip.’’ Following a thorough legal and factual analysis of the information available, I have concluded that there is a reasonable basis to believe that war crimes under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or the “Court”) were committed on one of the vessels, the Mavi Marmara, when Israeli Defense Forces intercepted the “Gaza Freedom Flotilla’’ on 31 May 2010. However, after carefully assessing all relevant considerations, I have concluded that the potential case(s) likely arising from an investigation into this incident would not be of “sufficient gravity” to justify further action by the ICC. The gravity requirement is an explicit legal criteria set by the Rome Statute. Without in any way minimizing the impact of the alleged crimes on the victims and their families, I have to be guided by the Rome Statute, in accordance with which the ICC shall prioritize war crimes committed on a large scale or pursuant to a plan or policy. In the final analysis, I have, therefore, concluded that the legal requirements under the Rome Statute to open an investigation have not been met and I am announcing that the preliminary examination has been closed. My Office’s assessment of the situation referred by the Comoros was based on open and other reliable sources, which we subjected to our strict practice of independent, impartial and thorough analysis Under the Rome Statute, the referring State, in this case, the Union of the Comoros, has the right to request the Judges of the ICC to review my decision not to proceed to open an investigation, pursuant to article 53(3)(a) of the Statute. I have made it clear in the past and I will repeat it here: my Office will execute its mandate, without fear or favour, where the Court’s jurisdiction is established; and will vigorously pursue those – irrespective of status or affiliation – who commit mass crimes that shock the conscience of humanity. We will do so with unyielding commitment to end impunity for mass crimes and in total independence, but we can only do so in strict conformity with the Rome Statute legal framework.
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(HEBREW) Prosecutor Statement on preliminary examination of situation referred by Union of Comoros

(HEBREW) Prosecutor Statement on preliminary examination of situation referred by Union of Comoros

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Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, on concluding the preliminary examination of the situation referred by the Union of Comoros: “Rome Statute legal requirements have not been met” On 14 May 2013, a referral was received by my Office from the authorities of the Union of the Comoros, a State Party to the Rome Statute. The same day, I announced the opening of a preliminary examination “with respect to the 31 May 2010 Israeli raid on the Humanitarian Aid Flotilla bound for [the] Gaza Strip.’’ Following a thorough legal and factual analysis of the information available, I have concluded that there is a reasonable basis to believe that war crimes under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or the “Court”) were committed on one of the vessels, the Mavi Marmara, when Israeli Defense Forces intercepted the “Gaza Freedom Flotilla’’ on 31 May 2010. However, after carefully assessing all relevant considerations, I have concluded that the potential case(s) likely arising from an investigation into this incident would not be of “sufficient gravity” to justify further action by the ICC. The gravity requirement is an explicit legal criteria set by the Rome Statute. Without in any way minimizing the impact of the alleged crimes on the victims and their families, I have to be guided by the Rome Statute, in accordance with which the ICC shall prioritize war crimes committed on a large scale or pursuant to a plan or policy. In the final analysis, I have, therefore, concluded that the legal requirements under the Rome Statute to open an investigation have not been met and I am announcing that the preliminary examination has been closed. My Office’s assessment of the situation referred by the Comoros was based on open and other reliable sources, which we subjected to our strict practice of independent, impartial and thorough analysis Under the Rome Statute, the referring State, in this case, the Union of the Comoros, has the right to request the Judges of the ICC to review my decision not to proceed to open an investigation, pursuant to article 53(3)(a) of the Statute. I have made it clear in the past and I will repeat it here: my Office will execute its mandate, without fear or favour, where the Court’s jurisdiction is established; and will vigorously pursue those – irrespective of status or affiliation – who commit mass crimes that shock the conscience of humanity. We will do so with unyielding commitment to end impunity for mass crimes and in total independence, but we can only do so in strict conformity with the Rome Statute legal framework.
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Norane Football Tournament - Access To Justice‬ ‪& ‎Legal Education‬ ‪

Norane Football Tournament - Access To Justice‬ ‪& ‎Legal Education‬ ‪

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‪Norane Football Tournament #‎AccessToJustice‬ ‪#‎LegalEducation‬ ‪ #‎EU‬ ‪#‎EURECENA‬ ‪#‎NCCE‬ #FLAG ‪#‎NALA‬ ‪#‎ADRS‬ By: Alhagie Manka - State of Mic Multimedia Gambia
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Statement of the ICC Prosecutor on concluding the preliminary examination in to Comoros

Statement of the ICC Prosecutor on concluding the preliminary examination in to Comoros

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Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, on concluding the preliminary examination of the situation referred by the Union of Comoros: “Rome Statute legal requirements have not been met” On 14 May 2013, a referral was received by my Office from the authorities of the Union of the Comoros, a State Party to the Rome Statute. The same day, I announced the opening of a preliminary examination “with respect to the 31 May 2010 Israeli raid on the Humanitarian Aid Flotilla bound for [the] Gaza Strip.’’ Following a thorough legal and factual analysis of the information available, I have concluded that there is a reasonable basis to believe that war crimes under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or the “Court”) were committed on one of the vessels, the Mavi Marmara, when Israeli Defense Forces intercepted the “Gaza Freedom Flotilla’’ on 31 May 2010. However, after carefully assessing all relevant considerations, I have concluded that the potential case(s) likely arising from an investigation into this incident would not be of “sufficient gravity” to justify further action by the ICC. The gravity requirement is an explicit legal criteria set by the Rome Statute. Without in any way minimizing the impact of the alleged crimes on the victims and their families, I have to be guided by the Rome Statute, in accordance with which the ICC shall prioritize war crimes committed on a large scale or pursuant to a plan or policy. In the final analysis, I have, therefore, concluded that the legal requirements under the Rome Statute to open an investigation have not been met and I am announcing that the preliminary examination has been closed. My Office’s assessment of the situation referred by the Comoros was based on open and other reliable sources, which we subjected to our strict practice of independent, impartial and thorough analysis Under the Rome Statute, the referring State, in this case, the Union of the Comoros, has the right to request the Judges of the ICC to review my decision not to proceed to open an investigation, pursuant to article 53(3)(a) of the Statute. I have made it clear in the past and I will repeat it here: my Office will execute its mandate, without fear or favour, where the Court’s jurisdiction is established; and will vigorously pursue those – irrespective of status or affiliation – who commit mass crimes that shock the conscience of humanity. We will do so with unyielding commitment to end impunity for mass crimes and in total independence, but we can only do so in strict conformity with the Rome Statute legal framework.
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Science Vs Commerce

Science Vs Commerce

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Funny Truth of Science and Commerce Student's life... Special Credits to Parth Aggarwal
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Imagine Sharia Law World-Wide

Imagine Sharia Law World-Wide

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Which countries use the Sharia law? Muslims' aspired Sharia state is Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Muhammad that has no legal code other than the Sharia and enforces it without mercy (see Sharia law in Saudi Arabia). But as detailed herewith, the Sharia law is also used in full or in part, nationally or regionally in: • United States of America* • United Kingdom* • Canada* • Afghanistan (89%)** • AlgeriaAustria* • BahrainBangladesh (82%)** • BruneiComorosDjibouti (82%)** • Egypt (74%)** • EritreaEthiopiaFrance* • GambiaGermany* • GhanaIndiaIndonesia (72%)** • IranIraq (91%)** • Jordan (71%)** • KenyaKuwaitLibyaLebanonMalaysia (86%)** • MaldivesMauritaniaMorocco (83%)** • The Netherlands* • NigeriaOmanPakistan (84%)** • Palestinian territories (Gaza strip & the West Bank - 89%)** • Qatar • Saudi Arabia • SomaliaSpain* • SudanSri LankaSyriaTanzaniaThailand (77%)** • UgandaUnited Arab Emirates (UAE) • Yemen * In the United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, and other European countries that resist the penetration of Sharia law, it has proven adept at infiltrating elements of the society that are left vulnerable (see Sharia law in America and the Islamization of America). ** Percent of Muslims who favor making Sharia the official law in their country (source: Pew Forum Research, 2013). In many countries where an official secular legal system exists alongside Sharia, the vast majority of their Muslim citizens favor making Sharia the official law. For example, while the Egyptian military may have blocked the Muslim Brotherhood's efforts in this direction, 74% of Egypt's Muslims still favor it. Even in Jordan, Indonesia and Malaysia - Muslim countries with progressive images - the relatively secular ruling elite sit atop Muslim masses, 71%, 72% and 86% respectively of whom want their countries to be ruled by Sharia. And in Iraq, where the United States shed blood and money for over a decade to try to plant democracy, 91% of its Muslims want to live under Sharia.
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59 Countries Where You Can Go Without Visa in Hindi | By Ishan

59 Countries Where You Can Go Without Visa in Hindi | By Ishan

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59 Countries Where You Can Go Without Visa in Hindi | By Ishan In this video you will know about a lot of countries where you can go without VISA. Here is a list of that countries where you can go without VISA. :- 1. Bahrain – eVisa 2. Bhutan – No Visa 3. BoliviaVisa on Arrival 4. Cambodia – Visa on Arrival 5. Cape Verde – Visa on Arrival 6. Comoros -Visa on Arrival 5. Cote d’Ivoire – eVisa 6. Djibouti – Visa on Arrival 7. Dominica – No Visa 8. Eucador – No Visa 9. El Salvador – No Visa 10. Ethiopia – Visa on Arrival 11. Fiji – No Visa 12. Gabon – eVisa 13. Georgia – eVisa 14. Grenada – No Visa 15. Guinea-Bissau – Visa on Arrival 16. Guyana – Visa on Arrival 17. Haiti – No Visa 18. Indonesia – Visa on Arrival 19. Jamaica – No Visa 20. Jordan – Visa on Arrival 21. Kenya – eVisa 22. Laos – Visa on Arrival 23. Madagascar – Visa on Arrival 24. Maldives – Visa on Arrival 25. Mauritania – Visa on Arrival 26. Mauritius – No Visa 27. Micronesia – No Visa 28. Moldova – eVisa 29. Myanmar – eVisa 30. Nepal – No Visa 31. Palau – Visa on Arrival 32. Rwanda – eVisa 33. Saint Kitts and Nevis – No Visa 34. Saint Lucia – Visa on Arrival 35. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – No Visa 36. Samoa – Permit on Arrival 37. São Tomé and Príncipe – eVisa 38. Senegal – Visa on Arrival 39. Seychelles – Visa on Arrival 40. Somalia – Visa on Arrival 41. Sri Lanka – No Visa but special permit required 42. Tanzania – Visa on Arrival 43. Thailand – Visa on Arrival 44. Togo – Visa on Arrival 45. Timor-Leste – Visa on Arrival 46. Trinidad and Tobago – No Visa 47. Tuvalu – Visa on Arrival 48. Uganda – Visa on Arrival 49. Vanuatu – No Visa 50. Zambia – eVisa 51. Zimbabwe – eVisa 52. Bhutan – No Visa 53. Hong Kong – No Visa 54. Antartica -Visa on Arrival 55. South Korea – No Visa 56. FYRO Macedonia – No Visa 57. Svalbard – No Visa 58. Montserrat – No Visa 59. Turks & Caicos Islands – No Visa There are a few other disputed islands and regions which do not require a visa or have visa on arrival facilities too! The list compiled by Arton Capital under Passport Index tells us that India comes 59th on the list of all the countries. Keep Supporting Us :- Website : https://www.ishanllb.com/ Website : http://www.eisarahi.com/ Email : help@ishanllb.com Facebook Official : https://www.facebook.com/eisarahiofficial Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/IshanLLB/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/ishanllb Tags :- 59 Countries Where You Can Go Without Visa in Hindi,Go Without Visa in Hindi,59 Countries,59 ऐसे देश जहाँ आप बिना वीजा के जा सकते है,जहाँ आप बिना वीजा के जा सकते है,बिना वीज़ा के कहाँ जा सकते है,bina visa ke kahan ja sakte hai,aise desh jahan bina visa ke ja sakte hai,aisi countries jahan bina visa ke ja sakte hai,bina visa ke kin countries me ja sakte hai,aise desh jahan visa nahi lagta,bina visa ke desh,ishanllb,ishan llb
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Britta Reimers on EC-Comoros fisheries agreement

Britta Reimers on EC-Comoros fisheries agreement

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Speech by Britta Reimers MEP (ALDE ADLE) on : EC-Comoros fisheries agreement - Imports from Greenland of fishery products - Fisheries - transitional technical measures - Community financial measures for the implementation of the common fisheries policy and in the area of the Law of the Sea [MEP Speech] [Language DE original] Reimers-OR_110405_224943_mesp_de
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Global Topics: Morocco's Legal System

Global Topics: Morocco's Legal System

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Rachida Hlimi, Magistrat de garde exceptionnel talks about her career and the structure and the court and legal structures of Morocco. Global Topics with Dr. Michael Kryzanek Edward W. Minnock Center for International Engagement Bridgewater State University Team TVS / TVSBSC
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Selena Y Los Dinos - Como La Flor

Selena Y Los Dinos - Como La Flor

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Lo Mejor De…Selena” is available now on iTunes, Download Today! http://bit.ly/SelenaLoMejor
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Apply citizenship directly with donation no requirements  get passport

Apply citizenship directly with donation no requirements get passport

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South African and Comoros Support of Serbia on Kosovo

South African and Comoros Support of Serbia on Kosovo

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The General Assembly met on 8 October 2008 to take up a draft resolution submitted by Serbia containing a request for an advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice on whether the 17 February 2008 unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo is in accordance with international law. The representative of South Africa said his delegation would vote in favour of the draft resolution, supporting the right of the Member States to seek advice from the International Court of Justice. He stressed that though 48 countries had recognized Kosovo, it was also important that 144 countries had not. The representative of the Comoros condemned any form of secession that undermined the principles of the Charter, and would vote in favour of the resolution.
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