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Part I : General principles - Art. 4.
    Art. 4. The laws of war do not recognize in belligerents an unlimited liberty as to the means of injuring the enemy.
    They are to abstain especially from all needless severity, as well as from all perfidious, unjust, or tyrannical acts.


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