I'm just the average Joe here with no knowledge of wars or politics, so please bear with my simple question.
I've been watching the news in Ukraine and there's something I cannot understand. I see day-to-day news of missiles hitting non-military targets in Ukraine (shopping mall today) and I was wondering if this is legal according to any war treaties.
I thought armies fought against armies only, but it seems I'm clearly mistaken.
Is there any provision in the Geneva Conventions or any other one that address this circumstance, or this is just normal, expected warfare?