An army engaged on a battlefield can do things that an Army Of Occupation is not allowed to do. It is equally true that an Army Of Occupation has obligations and restrictions that are not placed upon an army that is defending its own country. They Are Governed By A Different Set Of Rules, and there is not much point complaining about that.
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Nine people killed, 26 wounded in Baghdad bombs, Iraqi police and medics say (Reuters)