IRRC No. 864

The right to life in armed conflict: does international humanitarian law provide all the answers?

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This article describes the relevant interpretation of the right to life by human rights treaty bodies and analyses how this might influence the law relating to the use of force in armed conflicts and occupations where international humanitarian law is unclear.

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