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Defence personnel to assist NSW Police and civilian authorities with Covid outbreak
Police issue statement on investigation into potential breach of isolation orders
Disturbing wave of extrajudicial executions on rise in South Sudan’s Warrap State – UN experts note
Situation in Tunisia
Proclamation on Made In America Week, 2021
Proclamation on Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act, 2021
Proclamation on National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day, 2021
President Saied’s decisions may undermine democracy: Tunisia
Memorandum on Unexpected Urgent Refugee and Migration Needs
Memorandum for Secretary of State on Delegation of Authority Under Section 506 of Foreign Assistance Act of 1961
Changes to ACT Government carparks on London Circuit and Marcus Clarke Street from August
HKUL – 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in America Exhibition
Storing biometric data on identity cards violates privacy – UN Human Rights Committee: Mauritius
Pilots leaving active duty have safe landing place in Reserve, Guard
Gippsland onshore gas licence holder on notice
Memorandum on Delegation of Authority Under Section 1285 of National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020
President Biden’s Statement on Nelson Mandela International Day
Proclamation on National Atomic Veterans Day, 2021
Al-Hussein Hospital tragedy inevitable result of negligence: Iraq
Moroccan authorities stifle freedom of opinion and expression: New Report
Deportation of Jordanian expat over expressing opinion clearly violates human rights standards: Kuwait
Top UN Haiti envoy hails commitment to hold new elections
Lord Mayor’s Event for HM Judges 2021 Lord Chancellor Speech
Public health alert – Venues of concern and sewage detection
Human Rights Watch Submission to South Africa Department of Justice
Manitoba Metis Federation and Canada sign agreement to advance right of self-government for Manitoba Métis
Elections Bill introduced in Parliament today
New Counterterror Laws Threaten Rights: Senegal
July Fourth and early Black Americans: It’s complicated
Department of Air Force senior leaders share Independence Day message
Acting SECAF shares Independence Day message
Commercial fishing reforms come into play
A Proclamation on 50th Anniversary of 26th Amendment
CNO Visits USS Constitution, Naturalizes Sailors as US Citizens
A Memorandum for Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, Secretary of Homeland Security
AICD hails draft bill for companies to use tech to hold meetings, sign and send documents
Pardons a Meager Response to Abusive Law: Sri Lanka
In a Supramolecular Realm: Advances in Intracellular Spaces with De Novo Designed Peptide
‘We remain firm in our belief that way to secure rights for all Syrians is by bringing about a negotiated end to this appalling
Navy Sails Into Kansas City
New inquiry into constitutional change in modern age
Harry LaForme, Canada’s first Indigenous appellate judge, receives honorary degree
Statement from Minister Mendicino on first declarations of new Oath of Citizenship
Letter from Clive Palmer to Prof Skerritt TGA
Memorandum for Secretary of State on Delegation of Certain Authorities and Functions Under Section 353 of United States – Northern
Slow progress, stubborn cycles of violence, as South Sudan turns 10
A Proclamation on Juneteenth Day of Observance, 2021
UN expert praises democratic progress since Revolution, says more needed for LGBT persons: Tunisia