Jurists are at odds on whether the capturing of UN peace-keeping force members should be considered a terrorist act or a war crime Views held by eminent Belgrade experts on international law differ somewhat, but the basic premises are not controversial. A hostage is a person whose life is threatened, while his fate does not […]
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