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A break during the discussion of transnational crime and justice concerns at the UN Crime Commission meeting in Vienna.
An informal meeting discussing the loss in 2006 of Gerhard Mueller, a noted criminologist and former head of the Criminal Justice Branch at the UN.
Relaxing at the annual HEUNI party after a long day at the Crime Commission meeting.
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