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Russia: Don’t Block Action on Incendiary Weapons

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Expand Use of an incendiary weapon in Bdama, Idlib in July 2018. © 2018 Syria Civil Defense (Geneva) – Russia should support, not block, diplomatic talks about possible action to address the civilian harm caused by the use of incendiary weapons, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.  Related Content Download the full report Issued ahead of an upcoming United Nations disarmament conference, the nine-page report, -“Standing Firm against Incendiary Weapons,” co-published by Harvard Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic, highlights the weaknesses of international law regulating…

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