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An armed conflict including one or more governments, and causing the death of 1,000 or more people per year
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(115) This provision also establishes and confirms a duty to repair damaged cultural property during armed conflict, requiring occupying authorities to take "the most necessary measures of preservation" for cultural property damaged by military operations if the national authorities are unable to do so.
Legal experts, academics and military personnel will engage in a constructive dialogue and exchange to explore correspondences between Buddhism and IHL and what guidance Buddhism can provide to those engaged in or caught up in armed conflict. "The conference will act as a springboard to understand how Buddhism can contribute to regulating armed conflict and what it offers in terms of guidance on the conduct of, and behavior, during war for combatants and non-combatants", said Loukas Petridis, the head of the ICRC delegation in Sri Lanka.
VDD said in its statement to the press that a criminal procedure has been launched against one person on August 2, 2016, in suspicion of illegal participation in the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Case in point are the children of Mindanao, which has been a hotspot of armed conflict for decades.
The law, it was recalled, seeks to protect children in situations of armed conflict (CSAC) from all forms of abuse, violence, cruelty, and discrimination.
The World Health Organisation in Libya wrote on their official Twitter handle, "Toll for armed conflict in #Tripoli is 205 dead and 913 wounded.
Speaking at an event, organized by the Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict, Dr.
Lawyer Albert Muyot, Save the Children Philippines chief executive officer, stressed that war leaves permanent scars, especially on thousands of children living through armed conflict. "We hope this law will institutionalize protection and humanitarian assistance to children trapped in armed conflict areas," he added in a statement.
The recommendation, published in Pediatrics, emphasizes the need for child health professionals to understand the prevalence of armed conflict and its pervasive effects on children and to respond both domestically and globally to the problem.
CRN said that verified data from the Office of the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict published in 2018 reveal that there was a significant increase in the number of grave violations against children in situations of armed conflict in 2017 in the Philippines.
Researchers found that infants born within 50 kilometers of an armed conflict event had a greater risk of dying in their first year of life, compared with babies born in the same region during a time without nearby conflict.