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Čelebići Camp, Prosecutor v Delalić (Zejnil) and ors, Trial Judgment, Case No IT-96-21-T, ICL 95 (ICTY 1998), 16th November 1998, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]; Trial Chamber II (ICTY)



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What were the aids to construction that may have been applied when interpreting the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

Whether the conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina was international or non-international at the time relevant to the Indictment

What was the nature and operation of command responsibility under Article 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal

What were the requisite elements of murder, wilful killing, torture, cruel and inhumane treatment, unlawful confinement and rape demanded by the relevant provisions of the Statute of the Tribunal

Keywords: Armed conflict; Armed conflict, international; Armed conflict, non-international; Customary international law; International courts and tribunals; International criminal law, command responsibility; International criminal law, individual criminal responsibility; International criminal law, insanity defence; International criminal law, interpretation; International criminal law, plunder; International criminal law, rape; International criminal law, sentencing; International criminal law, torture; International criminal law, wilful killing; International humanitarian law, grave breaches; International humanitarian law, protected persons and property; International humanitarian law, war crimes—cruel treatment; International humanitarian law, war crimes—inhuman treatment

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Subjects: International Courts and Tribunals ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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