The breach of some international obligations may occur only through the combination of a series of acts or omissions which, taken singly, do not breach the obligation in question, but in the aggregate, are internationally wrongful1. In such cases a breach occurs upon the occurrence of the particular action or omission which, taken with the other actions or omissions, is sufficient to constitute the internationally wrongful act2. A breach consisting of such a composite act is of a continuing character3 and extends over the entire period starting with
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