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The Guardian view on targeting medics in wartime: protect those who serve | Editorial

Attacks on hospitals and clinics are increasing. But international law is clear: deliberate or reckless assaults are a crime Just as doctors have a duty of care and respect to their patients, so the rest of us have an obligation to doctors. It is a basic tenet of civilised societies that medics should be allowed to care for the sick and wounded in wartime as well as in peace.
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