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The press release has been corrected to indicate a more exhaustive list of international actors.
Correction 9/27/2023: This dispatch has been updated to reflect that the correct amount of US military assistance that would be withheld from Egypt under the Child Soldiers Prevention Act absent a presidential waiver is at least US$1.3 billion.
This report has been updated to reflect that the Al Hassan case before the International Criminal Court is the first case in which the court charged the crime against humanity of gender persecution, but not the only case.
9/7/2023: An earlier version of this news release stated that Lebanon accepted recommendations to repeal article 534 during its Universal Periodic Review at the UN Human Rights Council in 2021, which has been corrected to reflect that Lebanon did not accept such recommendations.
8/29/2023: This news release has been updated to reflect the updated spelling of the al-Nawwariyyah neighborhood.
An earlier version of this dispatch stated that the humanitarian visas were allocated by the Australian federal government in 2021, which has been corrected to reflect that the visas were allocated in 2022.
An earlier version of this dispatch stated the floods killed 15,000 people and has been corrected to reflect that this number includes those killed and injured.
This article has been adjusted to accurately reflect the current status of countries with glyphosate bans or restrictions.
We clarified the text to reflect that Bazoum was the fourth elected president of Niger since independence from French colonial rule.
7/26/2023: The title of this statement has been updated to reflect both international and regional organizations' support of the Declaration.