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Guidelines for the Conduct of United Nations Inquiries into Allegations of Massacres
Barry Leonard (ed.). The end of the cold war has brought in its wake a host of wars within States, often involving unusual violence & cruelty against the civilian population. In seeking to resolve these conflicts, the U.N. has striven to defend & enforce international humanitarian law. One of the areas of growing U.N. involvement is the investigation of serious violations of international humanitarian law, including massacres. This volume sets forth guidelines & procedures for the conduct of inquiries by the U.N. into allegations of massacres. Includes model protocols for: autopsy, post-mortem detection of torture, & disinterment & analysis of skeletal remains. Drawing of parts of the human body for identification of torture.
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