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one who engages in a combat or struggle

of or engaged in warfare

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The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine proposes, instead of granting the combatant status to civilians, to double the wage for civilians performing functions in the ATO area.
It is clear that he got carried away by interacting with some IS combatants," sources in the Bengaluru police said.
November 12, 2014 (EL-FASHER) The Sudan Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration Commission (SDDRC) launched on Wednesday the demobilisation exercise for combatants belonging to different former rebel groups in Darfur.
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Summary: The American ambassador to Lebanon Monday urged Beirut to prevent the "crossing of Lebanese combatants into Syria" and praised efforts to secure the release of Lebanese hostages in Syria.
1: the customs and laws of war with regards to combatants and captives.
Nepal's government started handing out checks and bidding farewell Friday to thousands of Maoist former combatants who have chosen to take retirement from the former rebel force to start new lives as civilians.
Gross begins his work with a section on combatants in asymmetric warfare, including chapters such as 'Shooting to Kill', 'Shooting to Stun', 'Murder, Self-Defense, or Execution', and 'Human Dignity or Human Life'.
This necessitates meticulously designed programme in which, in addition to economic interventions and supports targeted to ex-combatants, the social entities like the families of combatants, local communities as well as the social networks, trust, confidence and social interaction between ex-combatants and communities play an absolutely salient role (Knight, 2001; Ginifer, 2003; Hazan, 2007).
Hafiz, a rebel leader with links to foreign insurgents, was killed along with several other armed combatants during an operation in Khwaja Ghar district, the NATO-led force said in a statement.
He added that at least the task of integration and rehabilitation of the Maoist combatants must take pace and that there should be an agreement on the number of combatants to be integrated in national army.
11) Because they present a de facto military threat, these individuals qualify as combatants of some kind.
The most urgent task of the reintegration program, particularly in its early years, was to facilitate the return of demobilized combatants to their communities in order to create the stability needed to enable the holding of the 2005 elections.
B'Tselem said 1,387 Palestinians were killed in the war - 773 civilians including 320 children, 330 combatants, 248 Hamas policemen and 36 people whom the group was unable to classify as combatants or non-combatants.
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