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102) He calls upon scholarship and advocacy to bring defender duties to the forefront of any discussion and investigation of armed conflicts.
43) The article applies to armed conflicts arising between the armed forces of a state and non-governmental armed groups, or to hostilities between non-governmental armed groups.
62) Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and Relating to the Protection of Victims of Non-international Armed Conflicts (Protocol II), art.
The report from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization entitled "The hidden crisis: Armed conflict and education," highlights the need to minimize the dangers threatening education in times of conflict.
The Secretary-General's Special Representative for Children in Armed Conflict Leila Zerrougui welcomed the fact that the Security Council has strengthened the language on the military use of schools in today's resolution.
The use of military force and military units and vessels from many different states may suggest to some that the law of armed conflict must govern any engagements between such military forces and any pirates.
Urgent and intense negotiations are needed to address the issue of armed drones," the Pakistani envoy said in a debate on Children in Armed Conflict.
Focusing on the events in Syria, this Article critiques how what was originally conceived as an analytical framework morphed into an overly legalistic elements test for the recognition of the existence of non-international conflict and how this evolution undermines the original concept and purpose for recognizing the existence of non-international armed conflicts.
WASHINGTON, April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Afghanistan, Syria and Mali - each country is experiencing armed conflicts that are causing death, destruction of infrastructure and, in some cases, the flight of refugees into neighboring countries.
International law and sexual violence in armed conflicts.
internal armed conflicts of extreme violence, human suffering and
Typically set between a state actor (such as the United States) and either an ideologically motivated non-state armed group (such as Al-Qaeda) or an insurgent group (such as the Taliban in Afghanistan) these conflicts are often labeled as "non-international armed conflicts," "terrorism," or "guerilla warfare," and currently dominate resources and intellectual capital.
Zoroki said children's rights violators would be referred to the International Criminal Council, adding that she met with President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi and other politicians to outline the situation of children affected by armed conflicts in Yemen.
The mission said "sadly, as we look all around us, we see wars and armed conflicts still raging in our region.
The aim of the debate in the offices of the European Parliament in the Belgian capital focused on the victims of armed conflicts.