Armed conflicts and Refugees’ suffering

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Armed conflicts are among the most serious threats to human life, especially civilians, who find themselves dragged into a cycle of conflict that narrows them every day and endangering their lives.

Armed conflict is often the cause and consequence of State divisions, the erosion of civil society, the lack of respect for domestic law and international standards, and the erosion of traditional values and kinship bonds resulting from the collapse of societal structures. Once these conflicts occur, serious humanitarian crises erupt and result in suffering People move from a life of stability, safety and normalcy to a life of danger, fear, mortal deprivation of food, clean water, health services, education and economic resources, forced expulsion of huge populations, travel restrictions, destruction of roads, bridges, markets, schools and infrastructure, and rampant human rights abuses.

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