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An official at the Iranian Foreign Ministry said that an official at the Iranian Foreign Ministry said that the UN mission to try to help the people of Syria has been instructed to keep a close watch on attempts made by the Islamic State group to enter Iran
MOROCCO, July 13 (RIA Novosti) â€“ The International Court of Justice should not take sides, the secretary general of the UN General Assembly said on Wednesday, adding that the court must act "to promote freedom of the media, freedom of religion and other fundamental values."
At a press conference after a meeting of the 17 regional UN bodies, Antonio Guterres said the international court could not take sides in "a long-running civil war" in Syria, adding that it should act "as an impartial international body responsible for the protection of human rights."
Migration agency data showed more than 5,000 people have entered Syria so far this year alone, and about 3,000 have died, according to government data.
"We are now talking about hundreds of thousands of people from both sides of the conflict that have been forced to flee their homes in Syria, which have become refugees themselves," said Guterres, adding that the United Nations should not allow "harsh decisions to be made."
He said the UN should ensure all international donors are fully aware of the consequences of decisions that could have grave humanitarian implications.
"What is happening in the Syrian conflict is an affront to human dignity and it is an affront to our international obligations, and it is an affront to those who are serving in uniform and those who are fighting for their lives on the ground in Syria," he said.
"Every country must take all necessary measures to protect refugees, refugees and their families, who are fleeing war and violence, and who are seeking security and stability in their countries," he said.
Guterres called on all UN member states and the international community to keep abreast of the events in Syria. "So far, the UNMOVIC has provided vital information on the events unfolding in Syria, and continues to do so," he said. "This is critical because the humanitarian situation in Syria is not only rapidly deteriorating, it is spiraling downward, and it is a global crisis.
"There have been some very severe, very difficult decisions taken by the US and others in the international community that have very difficult consequences for the lives of millions of people around the world, including our own. We have to think with a great deal of caution and we will be calling on the international community to keep a close watch on these decisions.
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"There's no other action movie that is as perfect to work from, for me at least. I do see it as something that could go all the way. And so I think there was a willingness on the part of those two to get it out."
"There was certainly an opportunity for the director to take that away," says the director of his next two films. "I wanted to leave it as close as possible, but have a bit more freedom as opposed to just sort of just using everything. In this case, I think that's kind of what I wanted.
"They weren't just putting all this pressure on me, either. They made sure that they had something that I knew that I loved doing, but at the same time was something they could turn up with the right tone. And that was perfect."
Dana-area resident Joe Zawada, who took his six-month-old daughter (Zara Zawadzki) to see the movie, found the movie was very emotional.
"We've never seen a family movie like that before. I'll never forget walking into the movie theater with my kid and we were just looking and the screen was just covered in tears and my baby crying, and all of a sudden you're like, 'No, Daddy, don't do it.' That was heartbreaking to me."
Journey director Duncan Jones says a good story can come out of all situations.
"We've gone through some amazing characters of every race and age. So it's interesting, you know, I'm always looking for that one character to really get it right, but with each take, you see things that you thought could go wrong â€” the film did not end as it should have but I can understand why it's there, it would look better without the camera. If they had kept the camera out and didn't give us a storybook ending, it would be a different film."
The movie opens in North America on June 6.
This story first appeared in the June 11 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.
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