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SUNS # 8787 Friday 2 November 2018

Trade : Moroccan AD duties on Turkey's hot-rolled steel held WTO-illegal (PRIV)
(Kanaga Raja, Geneva)
A dispute panel at the World Trade Organisat ion (WTO) has largely ruled that definitive anti-dumping (AD) duties imposed by Morocco on imports of certain hot-rolled steel products from Turkey were inconsistent with its WTO obligations.

United Nations : A "crisis point" for human rights defenders (PRIV)
(IPS, New York)
Globally, the people working to defend our human rights are increasingly under attack, reaching a "crisis p oint."

United Nations : Keeping journalists safe benefits whole societies (PRIV)
(IPS, New York)
Safety of journalists has featured prominently in international news in recent weeks. And yet, while some cases grab the headlines, many more do not, and the scale o f the issue often goes un-remarked.

Opinion : Is the United Nations in Kenya fit for purpose? (PRIV)
(IPS, Nairobi)
The United Nations globally i s witnessing some of the most ambitious reforms led by the UN Secretary-Gener al Mr. Antonio Guterres.

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