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Context: Recently, the International Criminal Court has announced that it will open an investigation into possible war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine. Amnesty International said Russia’s military was conducting “indiscriminate attacks” in Ukraine.
About War Crime
Principles of War Crime
To decide whether an individual or a military has committed a war crime, international humanitarian law lays down three principles: distinction, proportionality and precaution.
Precaution requires parties to a conflict to avoid or minimize the harm done to the civilian population.
Finally, the principle of distinction says that you have to be constantly trying to distinguish between civilian and belligerent populations and objects.
Do war crimes constitute to genocides?
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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