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Civilians Claims-Eritrea’s Claims 15, 16, 23, and 27-32, Eritrea v Ethiopia, Partial award, (2003) 42 ILM 1083, ICGJ 354 (PCA 2004), 17th December 2004, Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission



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Whether Eritrea’s claims as to the expulsion of individuals and damages came within the jurisdiction of the Commission.

How the burden of proof as to ascertainment of the customary law status of the relevant rules was allocated.

What the evidentiary standard to prove breaches of international humanitarian law was.

For which breaches of international humanitarian law Ethiopia was liable.

Keywords: Compensation; Damages; Detention; Due process; Human rights, right to family; International humanitarian law, protected persons and property; Nationality; Property; Standard of proof

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Subjects: Law of Treaties ; Sources, Foundations and Principles of International Law ; Use of Force, War, Peace and Neutrality ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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