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The Geneva Convention

The Geneva Convention

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I read yet another news story about treatment of persons captured by the U.S. during recent fighting and whether their treatment did or did not comply with the Geneva Convention, and it occurred to me that I'd never actually read the Geneva Convention, and probably very few of us have.  So, here it is.  It's very long and technical, but of some interest.  How does the treatment of students in school compare to the standard required for treatment of prisoners of war?  [The Geneva Convention]

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