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civilian

1 a person learned in the civil or Roman law.
2 as an adjective, pertaining to the civil or Roman law.
3 a person not in the armed forces.

CIVILIAN. A doctor, professor, or student of the civil law.

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Also, the terrorist groups in Eastern Ghouta kept shooting at civilians on Thursday to prevent their exit from the embattled region during the daily truce hours.
The suffering of the people of Syria knows no end,' UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said, noting that residential areas in Eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of the nation's capital, Damascus, are being hit day and night by strikes from the ground and the air, forcing civilians to hide in basements.
Ultimately, civilians are paying the price for failure to resolve Somalia's conflicts through political means,' said Unsom chief Michael Keating.
The high numbers of civilians dying have sometimes been reported in international media.
As per their records, at least 5,637 to 8,636 civilians have been killed as a result of the coalition's efforts to eradicate ISIS, (https://www.
The report by UNAMA further added, On 30 August, airstrikes conducted in the Pul-e-Alam district of Logar province killed at least 13 civilians and injured 12 others, UNAMA's preliminary findings indicate.
Part one considers the roots of the issue associated with the protection of civilians, and in this way discusses ethical, conceptual, historical and theoretical paradigms in which the issue of the protection of civilians may arise;
Speaking to reporters here, Duterte said allowing civilians to bear arms at this point and let them help in the fight against terror and criminality would just result in chaos.
KAByL (CyHAN)- Some 1,592 Afghan civilians were killed as a result of armed conflicts and war in the first half of this year, a UN mission here said in its mid-year report released on Wednesday.
There was a 22 percent rise in conflict-related deaths and injuries of Afghan civilians in 2014, says a new UN report.
A total of 3,600 civilians were killed and 6,849 injured in 2014, UNAMA said in the annual report compiled in coordination with the U.