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UN: Attacks on Syrian hospital and medical workers amounts to “war crimes”
 

UN: Attacks on Syrian hospital and medical workers amounts to “war crimes”

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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in denouncing a surge of ‘horrific attacks’ on medical personnel and facilities in war-torn Syrian, called for decisive actions to hold the perpetrators accountable.
 
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4 Oct 2016 - General
 
Marinelle Castro I have surely noticed the soaring levels of tension on the social media among the different cultures and religions. The social media was created primarily to abolish the wa...
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Heena Pohani I pray to god too to end this ugly war soon. Last month, the UN organized an aid convoy with trucks destined for eastern Aleppo, where an estimated 250,000 civilians have been...
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There's too much hate in the world these days. I'm not sure if you noticed it but the combination of advancements in technology, communication and warfare makes everything worse. More and more people engage in terrorism and there has been a p...
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The Syrian attacks are taking the worst track in terms of humanity. The condition of civilians is already very poor and moreover, such attacks on hospitals are a symbol of inhuman nature. As UN and other governing organizations are indulging in this ...
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It is indeed a war crime. Hospitals, of course, enjoy a special protected status under international humanitarian law. It is a war crime deliberately to attack a hospital or other medical unit, whether civilian or military. The humanitarian and medic...
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