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 2007 - VIEW THE HUMANITARIAN CONDITIONS OF THE WORLD
IPCIN MY PERSPECTIVE

September 30, 2007

I take this action to come up on this website posting to give Recognition and Honor to the brave Journalists and Reporters of IRIN, who contributed to report the Humanitarian Crisis and the State of Misery of their Regions to the World.

View the Humanitarian Conditions of the World in My Perspective, as Reported by; IRIN.
Gen. Rafael B. Clarete ( IPC )
Commander -in- Chief / Chairman
International Police Commission ( IPC )
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 2007 - WHITE HOUSE : FIGHTING GENOCIDE IN DARFUR
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THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate Release May 29, 2007

Fighting Genocide In Darfur

President Bush Announces Increased Sanctions Against The Government Of Sudan

Today, President Bush Announced The Expansion And Tightening Of Economic Sanctions Against The Government Of Sudan. The United States is now taking the steps the President outlined last month because the government of Sudan continues to violate its numerous commitments to stop the violence and suffering in Darfur. READ MORE
Posted by ipc on Monday, June 04 @ 21:57:28 EDT (1324 reads)
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 UN NEWS - New Human Rights Council must work in global interest
IPCNew Human Rights Council must work in global interest UN rights chief

10 May 2006 ? United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour today called on the members of the new Human Rights Council, who were elected in a landmark vote yesterday, to work in the ?global interest? and to act quickly ahead of the first meeting, set to start in Geneva next month.

The signs from the election of the 47 members of the Council yesterday are very encouraging for the future of this new body, the High Commissioner said. The polls were not business as usual; there were genuinely contested candidacies and all those elected made specific pledges and commitments expressing their concrete engagement to promote and protect human rights. ( Click to Read More )
Posted by ipc on Thursday, May 11 @ 00:00:00 EDT (1325 reads)
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 UN NEWS - Annan condemns new attacks on peacekeeping and relief staff
IPCAnnan condemns new attacks on peacekeeping and relief staff in Sudan and Chad
8 May 2006 ? United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today condemned ?in the strongest terms? the killing of a staff member of the African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) in a refugee camp in strife-torn Darfur after the visit of the UN?s top humanitarian official, along with other recent attacks on humanitarian organizations working in Darfur and Chad.

?While expressing his condolences to the victims and their families, the Secretary-General calls on all parties to adhere to, and abide by, the Darfur Peace Agreement of 5 May 2006, and to refrain from any further violence,? Mr. Annan?s spokesman said in a formal statement.

The death in the Kalma camp in South Darfur occurred after an attack on a staff member of a non-governmental organization (NGO) there, who was acting as a translator for UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Jan Egeland, prompting the immediate departure of Mr. Egeland and his entourage from the camp. ( Click to Read More )
Posted by ipc on Thursday, May 11 @ 00:00:00 EDT (784 reads)
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 FOR '' PEACE '' - UN HOSTS MEETING ON ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT
IPCUN HOSTS MEETING ON ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT AT CRUCIAL JUNCTURE IN SEARCH FOR PEACE
New York, May 9 2006 10:00AM
Key international partners seeking Israeli-Palestinian peace began a series of crucial meetings at United Nations Headquarters in New York today at a critical juncture for the process with political progress deadlocked and a humanitarian crisis looming in the occupied Gaza Strip.

Foreign ministers of the so-called Diplomatic Quartet ? the UN, European Union (EU), Russia and the United States ? hosted by Secretary-General Kofi Annan, kicked off their day-long consultations with a meeting with the foreign ministers of Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. ( Click to Read More )
Posted by ipc on Thursday, May 11 @ 00:00:00 EDT (860 reads)
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 U.N. tells Nations : Prepare for Flu Pandemic
IPCUN bird flu coordinator stresses need for countries to plan for pandemic

4 May 2006 ? The top United Nations coordinator for bird flu today stressed the importance of national plans for tackling a possible human pandemic of the disease, acknowledging that while the task is difficult and complex, the effects of a human-to-human outbreak would be so dramatic it would be ?wrong? not to make coordinated preparations.

Speaking to reporters in New York, Dr. David Nabarro, the UN System?s Coordinator for Avian and Human Influenza, also re-emphasized the difficulties African countries were facing in dealing with bird flu, including the need for more cash to help the continent fight the disease. ( Click to Read More )
Posted by ipc on Sunday, May 07 @ 00:00:00 EDT (723 reads)
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 UN NEWS - Top UN humanitarian aid official sounds alarm..
IPCTop UN humanitarian aid official sounds alarm over world inaction on Darfur

4 May 2006 ? With renewed carnage in Sudan?s Darfur region spilling into Chad and displacing hundreds thousands more in the past few months, the United Nations top relief official today warned that humanitarian disaster there was imminent if the world did not take quick strong action to get aid in, protect the population and secure a political settlement that stopped the violence once and for all.

?If we are to avoid an imminent, massive loss of life, we need immediate action ? from the government of Sudan, the rebels, U.N. Security Council members and donor governments,? Jan Egeland the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator wrote in an editorial published in The Wall Street Journal on the eve of his first visit to the strife-torn region since being blocked from visiting by the Government during his trip to Africa last month. ( Click to Read More )
Posted by ipc on Sunday, May 07 @ 00:00:00 EDT (727 reads)
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 UN NEWS - Latin American needs to create 126 million more jobs,
IPCLatin American needs to create 126 million more jobs, UN labor agency says

3 May 2006 ? Facing an employment deficit of 126 million jobs in the coming decade, Latin America must not only increase its business competitiveness, but also move towards more ?employment-rich? growth of the economy, the head of the United Nations International Labour Organization (ILO) said today.

?We have to respond to our citizens' aspirations to decent work for all with specific measures, because that is what they express in every election and expect from democracy,? ILO Director-General Juan Somavia said before the opening today of the Sixteenth American Regional Meeting which opens in Brasilia, Brazil today.( Click to Read More )
Posted by ipc on Sunday, May 07 @ 00:00:00 EDT (1066 reads)
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 UN NEWS - Annan outlines landmark counter-terrorism strategy...
IPCAnnan outlines landmark counter-terrorism strategy to General Assembly

2 May 2006 ? United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today unveiled his recommendations for the world?s first comprehensive counter-terrorism strategy to the 191 members of the General Assembly.

In his address launching the 32-page report, entitled Uniting Against Terrorism: Recommendations for a Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy, Mr. Annan highlighted that the report stemmed from a fundamental conviction shared by all that ?terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, committed by whomever, wherever and for whatever purposes, is unacceptable and can never be justified.? ( Click to Read More )
Posted by ipc on Sunday, May 07 @ 00:00:00 EDT (733 reads)
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 UN NEWS - Annan calls on international civil society..
IPCAnnan calls on international civil society to help build a renewed UN

21 April 2006 ? Secretary-General Kofi Annan today called on international civil society, in its all its varied forms, to help achieve goals in peacemaking, development, human rights and renewal of the United Nations agreed to by world leaders at the 2005 Summit in New York.

?Our success in advancing this agenda of renewal will depend not only on Government representatives and international officials,? Mr. Annan said in a message for the UN Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, one of many such national non-governmental organizations that support the aims of the UN.
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Posted by ipc on Sunday, May 07 @ 00:00:00 EDT (777 reads)
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 Amnesty Int'l to Detail Human Rights Record of Candidates for U.N. Watchdog Agen
IPCFOXNews.com / Associated Press
Wednesday, April 19, 2006

GENEVA ? Amnesty International will launch a new Web site Wednesday to detail the human rights records of candidate countries seeking election to a new U.N. Human Rights Council.

The 47-nation council ? which replaces the highly politicized and often criticized Human Rights Commission ? will be elected by the U.N. General Assembly next month.

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 It would be nuts to bomb Iran, says Britain
IPCThe Australian : Tom Baldwin, Washington
11apr06

BRITAIN has tried to silence renewed sabre-rattling from within the US administration for military action against Iran, saying the idea that the White House wants a nuclear strike is "completely nuts".
Foreign Secretary Jack Straw insisted that Britain would not support pre-emptive military action against Tehran, adding: "I'm as certain as I can be sitting here that neither would the United States."
Many analysts in the West suspect Tehran is attempting to build its own nuclear weapons. Over the weekend, Iran allowed UN inspectors to examine some of the atomic plants which, it maintains, are designed solely for production of electricity.
Speaking to the BBC, Mr Straw said: "There is no smoking gun, there is no casus belli. We can't be certain about Iran's intentions and that is, therefore, not a basis on which anybody would gain authority to go for military action."
The idea that the White House wanted a nuclear strike was "completely nuts", he said.
Posted by ipc on Monday, April 17 @ 00:00:00 EDT (700 reads)
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  US planning Iran attack
IPCThe Australian : Correspondents in Washington
10apr06

PLANS are under way for a massive US bombing strike on sites where Iran is believed to be enriching uranium before President George W. Bush leaves office in less than three years' time.

Both Mr Bush and Vice-President Dick Cheney regard Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as a new Hitler who cannot be allowed to acquire nuclear weapons and carry out his fantasy of wiping Israel off the map. Although they hope diplomatic efforts to restrain Iran will succeed, "it is not in their nature to bequeath the problem to their successors", a senior White House source said of the issue last week.

The Pentagon is believed to be considering options that would allow it to destroy facilities such as Iran's main centrifuge plant at Natanz in a single night of bombing.
Posted by ipc on Monday, April 17 @ 00:00:00 EDT (721 reads)
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 British to discuss 'inevitable' strike on Tehran's nukes
IPCThe Washington Times

By Sean Rayment
LONDON SUNDAY TELEGRAPH - April 3, 2006

LONDON -- Senior British officials were to meet with military chiefs today to discuss the likely consequences of a military attack against Iran's nuclear program, a senior foreign ministry official said.
Some British authorities think an American-led attack, designed to destroy Iran's ability to develop a nuclear bomb, is "inevitable" if its leaders fail to comply with the United Nations' demands to freeze their uranium-enrichment program, said the source, who spoke on the condition that he not be identified.
However, planning for an attack could be complicated by Iran's announcement yesterday that it had successfully tested a sonar-evading underwater missile that can travel at a record 220 mph, outpacing any enemy submarine or warship.
Posted by ipc on Thursday, April 06 @ 00:00:00 EDT (670 reads)
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 Mixed signals on Iran
IPCThe Washington Times TODAY'S EDITORIAL April 1, 2006

The U.N. Security Council took an important step forward on Wednesday by urging Iran to suspend its uranium-enrichment efforts. This is a measured policy victory for the Bush administration, with particular credit going to U.N. Ambassador John Bolton.

As undersecretary of state overseeing nonproliferation issues, Mr. Bolton worked tirelessly to focus international attention on the Iranian nuclear program. Now, as U.N. ambassador, he has helped pave the way for the first public acknowledgement by the Security Council that Iran has failed to convince the International Atomic Energy Agency that its nuclear program is "peaceful" in nature. But it also shows how far the council has to go before taking serious action against Iran's nuclear-weapons plans. The council statement -- a nonbinding declaration that took three weeks to negotiate -- asks IAEA Director-General Mohammed ElBaradei to report back in 30 days on Iran's compliance.
Posted by ipc on Thursday, April 06 @ 00:00:00 EDT (721 reads)
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