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Bombing medical facilities: a violation of international humanitarian law

Neha Madhiwalla, Nobhojit Roy

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2009.023


Abstract

Recently, hospitals in Sri Lanka and Gaza were bombed. In January 2009, a week after being declared a United Nations Relief and Works Agency area for humanitarian goods for displaced Palestinians in Gaza City, the facility was bombed by the Israeli military. This bombing killed civilians in a declared hospital zone.

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