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12/18/2023: This news release has been updated to reflect the October date on which Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would not allow humanitarian assistance "in the form food and medicines" into Gaza through its crossings "as long as [Israel's] hostages are not returned."
Correction, December 4, 2023: This dispatch has been corrected to reflect that the number of babies found dead on November 28 at Al Nasr medical complex was four, based on a December 3 news report.
The annotation in the fifth photo has been corrected to identify the carrier section in the field as a "rocket remnant."
O texto original descreve de forma errada o tipo de medidas tomadas no Níger. Em 2019, o governo nigerino revogou uma decisão de não-admissibilidade, não uma lei.
A lista de signatários foi atualizada às 13:30 EST do dia 9 de dezembro de 2021.
Pelo menos 84 países impuseram políticas e medidas de emergência devido à crise da COVID-19, mas, de acordo com as notificações publicamente disponíveis depositadas na ONU, apenas 11 países informaram formalmente o órgão de derrogações às suas obrigações de direitos humanos a partir de 15 de abril.
O segundo parágrafo deste comunicado de imprensa foi atualizado para refletir detalhes que não foram incluídos em uma versão anterior.
An earlier version of this dispatch stated that the weapon used in the Orlando attack was an AR-15. Subsequent reporting has identified the primary firearm as a Sig Sauer MCX, a rifle similar in appearance to the AR-15. The dispatch has been changed to reflect this.