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Sigrid Kaag @SigridKaag

Hauwa was only 24 when she was murdered. Saifura was killed on her 25th birthday. Both were midwives in Nigeria, working for #ICRC. Our thoughts are with their families and with their colleagues. Healthcare workers are #NotATarget.

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Lise Gregoire-van Haaren @LiseGvH

Had a fruitful meeting with USG #Vorkonkov about our cooperation in the area of counter-terrorism, also supporting the implementation of the Travel Information Portal (TRIP) that @ministerBlok handed over to the @UN on September 26th. pic.twitter.com/JKrTl1ioLv

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Netherlands at UN @NLatUN

Today at #UNSC: 10.0 AM: → Open Debate on #MiddleEast #MEPP with briefings by Special Envoy @nmladenov and Mr. @HagaiElAd, Executive Director of @btselem Follow the debate live on: webtv.un.org pic.twitter.com/usuh71dueR

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