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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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Indeed, a formalistic reading of both articles might lead to the conclusion that IHL treaty law does not apply to this new kind of transnational armed conflict.
10) Viewed as the central pillar of cultural property protection, these longstanding prohibitions originated in rules that govern hostilities in an international armed conflict, but today they have widespread application.
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict, Virginia Gamba, speaks to reporters in El Fasher, on 27 Feb 2018 (UNAMID Photo)
One of the detainees confessed that he is a member of the banned terrorist organization Salafiya and he was going to take several people to Syria for participation in the armed conflicts alongside the terrorists.
The MRM provides trustworthy information regarding violations of childrens rights in armed conflict situations.
Presenting her report titled "Protecting children affected by armed conflicts," Sevinj Fataliyeva said that Azerbaijan proposes studying consequences of armed conflicts for children.
As a result I am very happy to announce that the MILF has been delisted from the annexes of the Secretary General Annual Report on Children and Armed Conflict.
It is, therefore, clear that the issue of the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict is more pressing than ever before.
From January to December 2016, 28 armed conflicts were waged in 26 countries.
This challenge, she pointed out, was compounded by an inadequate global response to address the suffering of civilians in armed conflict.
It is therefore, not only an egregious breach of international law, but also a betrayal of humanity itself,' she said while speaking in the Security Council Open Debate on the 'Protection of Civilians and Healthcare in Armed Conflict, said a press release received from New York.
As a result, the tapestry of armed conflict is increasingly being coloured by the suffering of civilian populations,' the Pakistan envoy said in the course of an open debate on the protection of civilians in armed violence.