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16 Nov 2010 description

16 Nov 2010 03:53:28 GMT

Source: Reuters

Following is the fourth in a series Q+As on major climate change themes

By David Fogarty and Alister Doyle

Nov 16 (Reuters) - Rising greenhouse gas levels mean the planet is very likely to become warmer, threatening more disasters such as Russia's record drought and Pakistan's deadly floods.

A warmer world is expected to place more risks on food supplies for a growing population. Changes in rainfall patterns could disrupt riverflows, water supplies and crops.

The U.N.

28 May 2010 description

Human Rights Council

Fourteenth session

Agenda item 3

Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development

I. Introduction

1. A targeted killing is the intentional, premeditated and deliberate use of lethal force, by States or their agents acting under colour of law, or by an organized armed group in armed conflict, against a specific individual who is not in the physical custody of the perpetrator.