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Attacking Doctors in Conflict Zones Is a War Crime. So Why Is No One Prosecuted for It?

“What really jumped out at me with this report was the sheer geographical scope and pervasiveness of the attacks. It’s so enormous,” says our Leonard Rubenstein, who coordinated and edited a new report from the Safeguarding Health Coalition, which also highlights the wider impact of these attacks

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