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This guest blog comes to us from Lina Biscaia, a former analyst with the International Commission of Inquiry on Syria. It originally appeared on the blog INTLAWGRRLS.

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Earlier this week, at least 7 people were killed and 31 injured in a devastating and targeted attack on Save the Children’s office in Jalalabad, Afghanistan. A local affiliate of the so-called Islamic State group quickly claimed responsibility for the more...

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This guest blog comes from Joysheel Shrivastava. Joysheel is a 4th year B.B.A LLB Student at O. P. Jindal Global Law School in India, where she is pursuing her law degree. She has a keen interest in international law, with a special focus on international humanitarian law and conflict studies.


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