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It is undeniable that all kinds of armed conflicts engender terrible actions, immeasurable suffering, and devastating effects. The most painful amongst them, however, are those where the opposite combatants come from the same community, the same neighborhood, or even the same family. Non-international armed conflicts have […]
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