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The Role of Satellite observation in the Lebanese Crisis

UNITAR was involved in the recent Middle East crisis through its operational satellite applications programme UNOSAT. Immediately after the beginning of hostilities, in July 2006, UNOSAT received requests for satellite imagery of the areas of Lebanon affected by the crisis. These requests came from both UN agencies and international NGOs that had previously used UNOSAT services for relief coordination and impact assessment. Satellite imagery is frequently used to support and organize emergency assistance in case of natural disasters because…

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Meanwhile: How Tom Luke said ’never again’ By Shashi Tharoor
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Whenever I think of Auschwitz – or Birkenau, or Mauthausen, or Theresien stadt, the names that, in this season of Holocaust remembrance, are coming back to haunt us from 60 years ago – I think of a retired Australian United Nations official called Tom Luke. Tom wasn’t born Australian, and he wasn’t born Tom Luke. He was born Tomas Lowenbach in 1926 into a bourgeois Jewish family in, in what was then Czechoslovakia. When the Nazis occupied his country,…

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