Civilian Casualties Policy, War, Germany
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12 Sep 2006 11:30 PDT
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I need to find information about the civilian casualty policies of Germany. Like, do they pay compensation when the German military causes a civilian casualty in another country? (This is in regards to NATO/afghanisatn but the policy should be general probably)
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Re: Civilian Casualties Policy, War, Germany
From: myoarin-ga on 12 Sep 2006 18:25 PDT
Has this occurred yet, even including former Yugoslavia? I live in Germany and cannot recall an incident of civilian casualties or mention of compensation, certainly not mention of a policy. My impression is that governments keep quiet about having a policy for this - if they have one, and don't just decide on a case by case basis.
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