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10.07.13

Syria, International Humanitarian Law, and Access to Health Care in Non-International Armed Conflict

By Phoebe Ramsey

This previous Wednesday, The New York Review of Books published on their blog a recent call to the Syrian Government, all armed parties in the conflict, the United Nations, and international donors by doctors and medical professionals to allow and support their “medical colleagues in Syria to … treat patients, save lives, and alleviate suffering […]

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