CIHL

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AcronymDefinition
CIHLComité Interentreprises d'Hygiène du Loiret (French: Business to Business Committee for the Hygiene of Loiret; Loiret, France)
CIHLCentral Interior Hockey League (senior hockey organization; est. 1996; British Columbia, Canada)
CIHLCustomary International Humanitarian Law (Cambridge University Press)
CIHLConsortium of Institutions of Higher Learning (India)
CIHLCentral Illinois Hockey League
CIHLClipsal Industries Holdings Ltd.
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"As they are ratified and acceded by almost every State of the world, the principles and legal norms enshrined in these Conventions are also recognized as customary international humanitarian law [IHL] and are universally applicable", said Poland's Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz, speaking for his nation which holds the Presidency of the Council for August.
The availability of verification degrees of intelligence information that Al-Houthi armed militia is using the building (Al-Elm Wa Al-Iman) School as (strategic stores of weapon's) in the north of (Wadi Rjam) road in (Muqrish) village in the (Bani Hashish) Directorate in (Sana'a) Governorate, in accordance with the customary rule 16) of customary International Humanitarian Law, therefore the building (Al-Elm Wa Al-Iman) School had lost the protection of the civilian objects for the use of it to support the military effort of Al-Houthi armed militia, in accordance with Article (52) Paragraph (3) of the Additional Protocol (I) of the Geneva Conventions.
Furthermore JLAC stressed that notwithstanding the explicit objective of the demolition, it violates the principle of distinction, a customary International Humanitarian Law rule stating that attacks must not be directed against civilians.
Colonel Al-Malki affirmed the commitment of the Joint Forces Command of the Coalition to preventing use and access of the Houthi militia, and other terrorist organizations, to such qualitative capabilities, and taking all necessary measures to protect civilians and vital areas from the threat of UAV terrorist attacks in accordance with the Customary International Humanitarian Law. Colonel Al-Malki concluded by reaffirming that the targeting operation was in accordance with the Customary International Humanitarian Law.
The Joint Forces Command warned the Iran-backed terrorist Houthi militia in strongest terms from targeting civilians and civilian property, and that their use of such terrorist tactics will be categorically and decisively deterred by taking all deterrent measures in accordance with the customary international humanitarian law.
Al-Malki said the military operation was "in accordance with the customary international humanitarian law" and that "all precautionary measures and necessary action" were taken to spare civilians and avoid collateral damage.
Al Malki affirmed the commitment of the Joint Forces Command of the Coalition to preventing use and access of the Houthi militia, and other terrorist organization, to such unique capabilities, and taking all necessary measures to protect civilians and vital areas from the threat of UAV terrorist attacks in accordance with the Customary International Humanitarian Law.
The bill declares that it seeks to 'give effect to the Irish state's obligations under the Fourth Geneva Convention relative to the protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War and under customary international humanitarian law.' In so doing, this law would 'make it an offence for a person to import or sell goods or services originating in an occupied territory or to extract resources from an occupied territory in certain circumstances.'
conflicts, customary international humanitarian law (CIHL) is of special
(35) However, the ICRC customary international humanitarian law study found that in NIAC, while 'State armed forces are not considered civilians' it remains unclear whether 'members of armed opposition groups are civilians'.
Under the customary international humanitarian law, attacks where civilians are being deliberately targeted as an attempt to spread terror among the population are considered to be war crimes.
(95) To my mind, the assertion made by Marko Milanovic that the problems may be solved when considering that it is not necessary to stretch common article 3 but, rather, that it can be considered that customary international humanitarian law regulating non-international armed conflicts does not know the geographical limitations of common article 3, (96) proves to be very persuasive.