The Laws of Armed Conflicts: A Collection of Conventions, Resolutions, and Other Documents

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INDEX
Page numbers are given in italic, document numbers in bold and article numbers in medium point
Abuse/misuse
of children 67:39
of communications, means of transport 49: An. I, 52:An. I,
of confidence of parlementaire 2:44–45, 3:31, 7–8 Reg.:33–34
of convoy 83:62
of cultural objects 56:53, 57:16
of distinctive emblem 1:117, 2:13, 3:8, 7–8 Reg.:23, 26:25, 26, 42:27, 43:21, 45:28, 49:53, 54, 50:44, 45, 51:28, 53:5, 56:38, 85, 58:3, 71:17, 84:15
of flag of truce, 1:114, 2:13, 3:8, 7–8 Reg.:23, 56:37, 38, 85, 84:45
of law, 1:4, 42:27–28
of presence of protected persons 51:23, 52:28, 56:51, 12
see also Flag, Perfidy, Uniform
Accidents
occupational 46:27, 71, 51:54, 68, 52:40, 51, 95
prisoners of war 46:27, 51:114
Accommodation
of civilians 52:40, 49, 51
of internees 52:49, 82, 84, 85, 88, 56:75, 57:5
of persons deprived of liberty 51:84, 95:4, 7,
of prisoners of war 46:68–74, 51:46, 51
of sick and wounded 42:2, 49:37, 50:17, 40
see also Agreement, Camps
Accomplice
attack on United Nations and associated personnel 99:9
Accounts
of internees 52:39, 81, 95, 97–98
of prisoners of war 7–41 Reg.:6, 46:23, 24, 26, 51:28, 58–66, 71, 78, 89
Accused
rights of the accused 49:3, 49, 50:3, 50, 51:3, 99–108, 129, 52:3, 5, 66, 71–76, 123, 56:44, 45, 75, 85, 57:6, 95:9, 105:5, 109:21, 110:20, 111:67
Additional articles relating to the
condition of the wounded in war (1868) 39
Additional Protocol to see Protocol
Administration
evacuation 47:3
measures for implementation 60:II/2, 65:2, 67 II:6
occupied territory 1:3, 6, 2:2, 5, 3:45, 46, 7–8 Reg.:48, 49, 51, 54–56
public property 7–8 Reg.:55–56
see also Camps, Canteens, Civilian population, Hospitals, Medical establishments and units, Personnel
Aerial bombardment see Bombardment
African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (1990) 68
Agency see Central Information Agency
Aggression 331, 355
crimes against peace 103 Charter:6, 105:6
planning, preparation, initiation or waging of a war of aggression 105:6
see also Use of force
Agreement 1:15, 97:7
between belligerents 84:89–99
between Parties to the conflict 56:2
between United Nations and States 97:3
concerning deceased persons 56:34
concerning demilitarized zones 56:60
concerning installation containing dangerous forces 56:56
concerning medical aircraft 56:29
concerning relief actions 56:70
concerning medical aircraft 56:29
concerning non-defended localities 56:59
model (draft) concerning the Direct Repatriation or Accommodation in a Neutral Country of Prisoners of War for Reasons of Health 46: 68
(model) on percentage and relief of retained personnel 690, 53:3
concerning relief actions 51:72, 52:108, 56:70
environmental 23A:4, 14
protecting power 49:8, 10, 50:8, 10, 51:8, 10, 52:9, 11, 56:2, 5
relating to flight plans 56 An. I:12
special agreements 47, 1:86, 103, 106, 109, 153 2:27, 30, 47, 54, 3:5, 69,

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