[They're not] an answer to any of the threats that we face right now, be it climate change [or] terrorism. ... it’s only adding more fuel to an already dangerous world."
Civilians are getting caught up in the fight to retake the city from ISIS.
A United Nations committee has been working for 16 years on a set of international laws to protect indigenous intellectual property.
At least 307 civilians have been killed and 273 wounded in western Mosul between Feb. 17 and March 22, according to U.N. figures.