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civil

1. of the ordinary life of citizens as distinguished from military, legal, or ecclesiastical affairs
2. of or relating to the citizen as an individual
3. of or occurring within the state or between citizens
4. a less common word for civic
5. of or in accordance with Roman law
6. relating to the private rights of citizens
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The UN mission documented 54 deaths and 42 injured, according to its preliminary findings and those killed in the attack include 39 civilian males, of whom at least four were boys, 13 Afghan National Army and two Afghan National Police.
Thousands of civilians killed and injured from conflict- related violence in the first six months of 2015 demonstrate the continued failure of parties to the conflict to protect civilians from harm," the report noted while urging Afghan government and the Taliban to take meaningful measures to protect the civilian population.
Under international humanitarian law, all parties to a conflict must protect civilians and civilian objects while carrying out their military operations," said Catherine Baber.
Add 54 part-time drilling Reservist positions; add nine full-time ART/ civilian positions.
However, civilian deaths in air strikes in support of Afghan government rose in 2011, it said.
While errors by international and Afghan government forces are responsible for a far lower rate (about 14 percent) of civilian casualties, the impact on Afghan communities is no less severe.
The Afghan people would welcome any genuine effort to reduce civilian casualties," said Sam Zarifi, Amnesty International's Asia Pacific Director.
Army Dental Command said, "When our military providers are deployed around the world, our civilian s remain to ensure local oral care needs are met.
Add to the US war crime records the tens of thousands of civilian deaths during its war against Iraq, caused by the apparent willingness of the US military strategists to fire missiles and drop bombs on heavily populated areas.
General McChrystal is doing everything humanly possible to avoid civilian casualties," Gates said.
Suicide and roadside bomb attacks caused more civilian casualties than any other tactic, killing 1,057 civilians, or 44 percent of the total civilian casualties in 2009.

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