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UN Concerned About Bombings and Detentions During SLC
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The United Nations System in Nepal expresses its deep concern about recent reports that bombs were placed by the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) in centres holding the School Leaving Certificate exams, and that at least one student was killed
while travelling to an exam centre. Such acts are to be condemned. The UN System is also deeply concerned about reports that security forces have detained students traveling to the exams. The UN System understands that some students still remain in
custody
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UN ,   (2005 )
Type / Script:
Press Release in English
Keywords:
RIGHTS OF THE CHILD, DETENTION, BOMBS, SECURITY FORCES, DETAINED STUDENTS, CUSTODY, OBLIGATIONS, DEPRIVED OF LIBERTY, HUMANITY, INHERENT DIGNITY, RIGHT TO CHALLENGE, IMPARTIAL AUTHORITY, CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILDREN, NEEDS OF CHILDREN, RIGHT TO MAINTAIN CONTACT, ASSISTANCE, IMPRISONMENT, LEGAL, PROMPT DECISION, LAST RESORT
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 UN : International Peace and Security
Thesaurus:
14.02.02  -  Human Rights
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