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A United Nations General Assembly Resolution is a decision or declaration voted on by all member states of the United Nations in the General Assembly. General Assembly resolutions require a simple majority to pass. However, if the General Assembly determines that the issue is an "important question" by a simple majority vote a two-thirds majority is required. Although General Assembly resolutions are non-binding towards member states, internal resolutions may be binding on the operation of the General Assembly itself, for example with regard to budgetary and procedural matters. 1946 Resolution 1: Established the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission "to deal with the problems raised by the discovery of atomic energy" and tasked to "make specific proposals... for the elimination from national armaments of atomic weapons and of all other major weapons adaptable to mass destruction", among other issues regarding nuclear technology. Resolution 59: Relations of Members of the United Nations with Francoist Spain.

Resolution 61: Voting procedure in the Security Council. Resolution 66: Establishment of the Trusteeship Council. Resolution 95: Affirmation of the principles of international law recognized by the Charter of the Nuremberg Tribunal Resolution 96: The crime of Genocide. Resolution 100: Headquarters of the United Nations.1947 Resolution 177: International Law Commission was directed to "formulate the principles of international law recognized in the Charter of the Nuremberg Tribunal and in the judgment of the Tribunal". This resulted in the creation of the Nuremberg Principles. Resolution 181: The 1947 UNGA'Partition resolution' regarding the British Mandate of Palestine. 1948 Resolution 194: Recommends the "Right of return" for Palestinian refugees. Resolution 217: Universal Declaration of Human Rights Resolution 260: Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. 1949 Resolution 273: Admits the State of Israel to membership in the United Nations. Resolution 289: On the Question of the disposal of the former Italian colonies: recommending that Libya should be independent not than January 1, 1952 1950 Resolution 377 A: The "Uniting for Peace" Resolution 1951 Resolution 498: calling on the People's Republic of China to cease all hostilities on the Korean peninsula... its armed forces continue their invasion of Korea and their large-scale attacks upon United Nations forces there...has itself engaged in aggression in Korea Resolution 500: Recommend general trade embargo against People's Republic of China and North Korea for their aggression in Korea 1952 Resolution 505: Threats to the political independence and territorial integrity of China and to the peace of the Far East, resulting from Soviet violations of the Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship and Alliance of 14 August 1945 and from Soviet violations of the Charter of the United Nations 1955 Resolution 977: Establishing the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Busan, South Korea for United Nations Command casualties of the Korean War.

1956 Resolution 997:Question considered by the Security Council at its 749th and 750th meetings, held on 30 October 1956 1960 Resolution 1514: Declaration on the granting of independence to colonial countries and peoples. Resolution 1541: United Nations definition of what a colony is, what self-determination is. Principles which should guide Members in determining whether or not an obligation exists to transmit the information called for under Article 73 e of the Charter. 1961 Resolution 1631: Admission of Mauritania to membership in the United Nations. 1962 Resolution 1761: Recommended sanctions against South Africa in response to the governments policy of apartheid. 1963 Resolution 1962: One of the earliest resolutions governing Outer space. Resolution 1991: Amended the UN Charter, enlarging the Security Council to fifteen members. 1971 Resolution 2758: Expelled the Republic of China and replaced it with the People's Republic of China. It recognized the PRC as the sole legal authority of China.

1972 Resolution 3010: Adopted to make the year 1975 International Women's Year. 1973 Resolution 3068: International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid adopted and opened for signature, ratification by Resolution 3068, 30 November 1973, entered into force on 18 July 1976. 1974 Resolution 3275: Adopted 1975, International Women's Year, as a period of intensified action with regards to equal rights and recognition of women. Resolution 3314: Defined aggression. 1975 Resolution 3379: Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination. Resolution 3520: Adopted the World Plan of Action and related resolutions from the International Women's Year Conference. 1976 Resolution 31/72: Adopted the 1977 Environmental Modification Convention Resolution 31/136: Adopted the period from 1976 to 1985 as the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality and Peace. 1978 Resolution 33/75: Urges the Security Council its permanent members, to take all necessary measures for ensuring UN decisions on the maintenance of international peace and security.

United States and Israel were the only no vote. 1979 Resolution 34/37: Deplored Moroccan occupation of Western Sahara and urged to terminate it. 1981 United Nations General Assembly Resolution 36/3: Admission of Belize to membership in the United Nations. 1989 Resolution 44/34: The UN Mercenary Convention 1991 Resolution 46/86: revoked R

Trailfinders

Trailfinders is a British travel company in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It is the largest independently owned travel company in the United Kingdom, has 37 travel centres in the UK and Ireland; the company "specialises in tailormade travel worldwide" including Australia, New Zealand, North & South America, Asia & Africa. Trailfinders was founded by former SAS-officer Mike Gooley in October 1970 in an office of four staff based in a top-floor ‘garret’ on Earls Court Road in London; the business specialised in overland trips "I went to Thomas Cook and asked about overland trips to Kathmandu," Mike Gooley recalls. "They said'we don't do that - we're a travel agency'. In 1972 Trailfinders became the UK's first flight consolidator and advertised discounted air tickets in the national press. In 1979 the company became the first travel organiser to be IATA-licensed and to be granted an ATOL licence by the Civil Aviation Authority. In 1990 the company pioneered the concept of tailormade travel. Today Trailfinders is the largest independently owned travel company in the United Kingdom and employs over 1000 staff.

It has made travel arrangements for over 15 million clients and has 31 travel centres in the UK and three in Ireland. Trailfinders posted record breaking results in 2018 with turnover up 10.7%. Trailfinders has won many national awards voted for by travelling public. Recent awards include: The Times, The Sunday Times & The Sunday Times Travel Magazine Travel Awards - UK's Best Tour Operator 2018Food & Travel Magazine Awards 2018, 2017 - Tour Operator of the yearNational Geographic Traveller 2017 - Travel ExpertsThe Guardian - Most Trusted 2016 and Best Package Holiday Operator 2016The Telegraph Travel Awards - Best Tour Operator 2014, 2012, 2011, 2008, 2007, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001Which? Awards - Best Travel Company 2015 Which? Consumer Travel Survey - Best Holiday Company 2014, 2013 CLIA UK & Ireland Cruise Excellence Awards - High Street Travel Agent of the year 2015, 2014 Trailfinders was founded and is still owned by Mike Gooley, the Executive Chairman. Gooley was named Entrepreneur of the Year in the Consumer Services category at the inaugural EY National Entrepreneur of the Year awards in December 1999.

In 2006 he was appointed a CBE for his services to charity. In 2007 he was awarded the prestigious'Chairmans Award for Most Important Contribution to Australian Tourism by an Individual' by Tourism Australia. In 2018 The Sunday Times Rich List named him as the UK's 21st most generous giver to charity. Homepage

Zoran Danoski

Zoran Danoski is a Macedonian winger who plays for Radnik Surdulica. He started his career in Kožuf. In 2009 he signed for the Czech football club Banik Most. After that he moves to Pribram and conducts the next 3 seasons, from which in the winter of 2015 he will be forwarded to the loan to Banik. In 2015 he moves to Metalurg from Skopje. In 4 July 2016 he moved to 1. HNL in Inter from Zapresic where he played only five matches. In 2017 he moves again to Pribram, but only after half a season he returns to Macedonia and signs for a club from his hometown Pobeda. After a half-season in Pobeda, in the summer of 2018 he signed a two years cotract with a Radnik Surdulica, his official debut for Radnik in 12 fixture match of the 2018–19 Serbian SuperLiga season against Napredak, played on 20 October 2018. He was named the best player of the 21 rounds of SuperLiga in the win against OFK Bačka in Surdulica, he scored the goal and assisted 2 times. Zoran Danoski at Soccerway