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You're at war with countries X and Y. Does international law say anything about bombing X's embassy in Y (to kill a high-value target)?

If some general of country X is in their embassy in country Y, and you're at war with both countries, what international conventions are being violated if you bomb the embassy to smithereens to kill ...
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You're at war with countries X and Y. Does international law say anything about bombing X's embassy in Y (to kill a high-value target)?

First of all with regards to the specifics of that case. Are these countries actually currently at war? Like the Israel-Syria relations aren't great, they apparently never developed diplomatic ...
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You're at war with countries X and Y. Does international law say anything about bombing X's embassy in Y (to kill a high-value target)?

Assuming, for the sake of argument without investigating the issue, that Israel is at war with both Iran and Syria, then the fact that the consulate happens to be in Syria isn't a problem from an ...
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You're at war with countries X and Y. Does international law say anything about bombing X's embassy in Y (to kill a high-value target)?

It is quite obvious that if Iran would to hit targets inside Israel, that would cause significant increase of already existing sanctions regime against that country, but even more relevant, it would ...
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