He said the resolution could also offer leverage to negotiate a broader cease-fire.
BANGKOK， Dec. 17 (Xinhua) -- Those take selfie with landing planes on the runway along the beach near Phuket International Airport in south Thailand will face heavy punishment including death penalty， Thai local media reported on Friday.
According to Phuket News， Phuket International Airport (PIA) has put in place a safety zone and warning system at the end of the runway along Mai Khao Beach to protect a growing number of beachgoers who visit that area to take photographs and videos of landing aircraft.
Thairath newspaper said that people need to stay away from the restricted zone for safety reason， adding that any one who fails to observe the regulation will face a jail term of between five to 20 years， a life sentence or even the death penalty according to the Air Aviation Act 1978.
The warning system is said to be installed in Thai， English and Chinese. Additional officials or security volunteers will reportedly help advise and warn people from this area.
Phuket， a famous island in south Thailand known as pearl of the Andaman Sea， owns Thailand's most popular beaches.
Phuket International Airport is in the northern part of the island， immediately next to Mai Khao beach where the finish of the landing strip is. The beach， long and empty， offers a spectacular view of plane's taking off and landing. Spotting planes along with taking selfie is a hobby for special sort of people.
People who stay too close to a takeoff or landing plane are at high risk as the noise and the heat for the jet engine will hurt them， some captains said.
The airport said they have placed barb wire along the danger zone to keep people out. People can come to the beach as normal but cannot use the restricted area to take photos or videos.
KIGALI， June 18 (Xinhua) -- Rwanda has announced plans to stamp out child labour which victimizes hundreds of thousands of children across the country.
According to the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda's Integrated Household Living Conditions data， about 367，810 children in Rwanda are engaged in child labour.
The small central African country on Saturday celebrated the 25th anniversary for the Day of the African child in Gikoba Village， Tabagwe Sector in Nyagatare District， Eastern Province.
The Day of the African child is commemorated every year on June 16 by all member states of African Union， and its partners. This year it was celebrated under the theme: "Conflict and Crisis in Africa: Protecting all Children's Rights."
Speaking at the event， Judith Uwizeye， Rwanda minister of public service and labour， said that individuals and organisations using under age children in their work related activities will face tough times ahead.
"Children are supposed to be in schools， not in labour force. It is good that we have this day today to try and resolve the problem facing our children，" she told hundreds of parents and children gathered at the event which also attracted Rwanda First Lady， Jeannette Kagame.
Uwizeye called upon parents to allow their children have access to education， adding that the government is committed to child rights， assuring that it is their duty as government to see into it that the rights of the children are protected.
She stated that the ministry will work together with all stakeholders to eliminate all forms of child labour in the next few years.
However Dr. Papias Malimba Musafiri， Rwanda minister of education said that the Day is an opportunity to sensitise communities， dangers of engaging children in hazardous work.
"Our economic progress loses a lot of meaning if hundreds and thousands of children are not in schools and have no hopes of a future，" he added.
The Ministry of labour has laid our several strategies to do way with all forms of child labour across the country， among others， include withdrawing of all children engaged in child labour through periodical inspections at establishments known to be susceptible to employing them.
There are also rehabilitation strategies by providing required assistance for all children withdrawn from exploitive child labour and integrating them in formal education and vocational school
At the event， Rwanda First Lady called on parents and all stake holders to work with the government to eliminate child labour and protect the rights of children.
"Let's ensure every child is protected and allowed to grow in a condusive family environment. Services to our children like education， health services and other forms of protection must be secured for our children，" Mrs Kagame stressed.
"The girl child should not be forced to early marriage and should be given rights to education."
The Day of the African Child has been celebrated on June 16 every year since 1991， when it was first initiated by the OAU Organisation of African Unity.