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Bomberger: Accounting for the missing is our moral and legal obligation
SARAJEVO/THE HAGUE, August 30 (FENA) - In the course of today, in every part of the world, people will disappear. Syria, Libya, Burundi, and Sudan are in the midst of unrest where enforced disappearance has become a politico-military tactic. Countries such as Iraq, Sri Lanka, and – even after the passage of nearly half a century – Vietnam are trying to address a huge and painful legacy of missing persons from past conflicts, said the ICMP Director-General Kathryne Bomberger in her comment on the occasion of International Day of the Disappeared.