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An implement made from antler with a cylindrical hole at one end. Often decorated, and dating from the Aurignacian
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Whether newly divided States of Serbia and Montenegro remained as the respondents in this case and could be jointly and severally liable for any wrongdoing, considering that the alleged...
Lašva Valley, Prosecutor v Furundžija (Anto), Trial Judgment, Case No IT-95-17/1-T, (1999) 38 ILM 317, (2002) 21 ILR 213,  ICTY 3, ICL 17 (ICTY 1998), 10th December 1998, Trial Chamber II (ICTY)
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Whether acts of encouragement and omission were sufficient to trigger individual criminal responsibility under Article 7(1) of the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the...
Prijedor, Prosecutor v Tadić (Duško), Opinion and Judgment, Case No IT-94-1-T ICTY, ICL 92 (ICTY 1997), 7th May 1997, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]
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What was the most appropriate test for determining whether a group or individual was acting as a de facto State organ for the purposes of establishing State responsibility.
Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Bemba Gombo (Jean-Pierre), Judgment pursuant to Article 74 of the Statute, Case no ICC-01/05-01/08-3343, ICC-01/05-01/08-3343, ICL 1671 (ICC 2016), 21st March 2016, International Criminal Court [ICC]; Pre Trial Chamber III [ICC]
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Whether Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo was guilty as a person effectively acting as a military commander of the crimes against humanity of murder and rape, and the war crimes of murder, rape, and...