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From: Principles of International Criminal Law (3rd Edition)

Gerhard Werle, Florian Jeßberger

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War crimes — Armed conflict, non-international — Crimes against humanity — Armed conflict, international — Armed conflict — Mens rea — International criminal law, victims — Child soldiers — Geneva Conventions 1949 — Combatants — Expropriation — Geneva Conventions 1949 Additional Protocol 1 — Violations of the laws or customs of war — Targeted killing — Terrorism — Customary international law
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