Shelling civilian objects in armed conflict is a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law, also known as the law of armed conflict or international law of armed conflict. This law is designed to protect individuals who are not involved in armed conflicts and civilian infrastructure, in accordance with its articles which clarify and stipulate that parties to armed conflicts are responsible for ensuring respect for international humanitarian law. Individuals and entities that violate this law can be held accountable before the International Criminal Court and national courts.

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