Global Law of the Air Governs Bombing Patterns

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Bombing has become a more impersonal — and precise — science. But choosing targets remains a human process, and one governed by international law. Hear NPR's Susan Stamberg and Col. Rocco Lamuro, chief of international and operations law at Ramstein Air Base in Germany.



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