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COUNTS 14-16 (KILLING OF YOUNG MAN FROM SINTERAJ) 22. (...) COUNTS 17-19 (KILLING OF AHMET HODZIC OR HADZIC) 23. (...) COUNTS 74-76 (GENERAL CONDITIONS AT LUKA CAMP) 41.
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Score: 702215.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/j...lisic/ind/en/jel-ii950721e.pdf
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COUNTS 14-16 Killing of a young man from Sinteraj 22. (...) COUNTS 17-19 Killing of Ahmet Hodzic or Hadzic 23. (...) COUNTS 29-31 Killing of Huso and Smajil Zahirovic 27.
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Score: 702031.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/c...anko_950721_indictment_eng.pdf
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COUNTS 12-13 (KILLING OF AHMET HODZIC OR HADZIC) 22. (...) COUNTS 36-37 (BEATINGS OF ZEJCIR AND RESAD OSMIC) 33. (...) COUNTS 50-51 (GENERAL CONDITIONS AT LUKA CAMP) 40.
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Score: 700866.65 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/cesic/ind/en/jel-1ai980512e.pdf
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COUNTS 8-9 (KILLING OF A YOUNG MAN FROM SINTERAJ) 18. (...) COUNTS 10-11 (KILLING OF AHMET HODZIC OR HADZIC) 19. (...) COUNTS 30-31 (BEATINGS OF ZEJCIR AND RESAD OSMIC) 29.
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Score: 700666.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/j...isic/ind/en/jel-2ai981019e.pdf
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COUNTS 8-9 Killing of a young man from Sinteraj 18. (...) COUNTS 14-15 of Sead Cerimagic and J asminko Cumurovic 21. (...) COUNTS 16-17 Killing of Huso and Smajil Zahirovic 22.
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Score: 699560.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/c...anko_981019_indictment_eng.pdf
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Decision On The Motion Pursuant To Rules 51 And 73 To Withdraw Counts In The Amended Indictment Against Ivica Rajic Aka Viktor Andric Case No.: IT-95-12-S IN TRIAL CHAMBER I Before: Judge Christine Van Den Wyngaert, Presiding Judge Janet Nosworthy Judge Frank Höpfel Registrar: Mr. (...) IVICA RAJIC aka VIKTOR ANDRIC ___________________________________________________________ DECISION ON THE MOTION PURSUANT TO RULES 51 AND 73 TO WITHDRAW COUNTS IN THE AMENDED INDICTMENT AGAINST IVICA RAJIC aka VIKTOR ANDRIC ___________________________________________________________   The Office of the Prosecutor: Mr. (...) Doris Kosta   TRIAL CHAMBER I of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991; NOTING the Prosecution’s Motion of 27 April 2006, pursuant to Rules 51 and 73 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the Tribunal ("Rules"), to withdraw counts in the Amended Indictment against Ivica Rajic filed on 14 January 2004 ("Amended Indictement"); NOTING the Amended Indictment which charged Ivica Rajic with five Grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions of 1949 – wilful killing (count 1), inhuman treatment (count 3), unlawful confinement of a civilian (count 5), appropriation of property (count 7) and extensive destruction not justified by military necessity and carried out unlawfully and wantonly (count 9) – as well as five Violations of the laws or customs of war – murder (count 2), outrages upon personal dignity, in particular humiliating and degrading treatment (count 4), cruel treatment (count 6), plunder of public or private property (count 8) and wanton destruction of a city or devastation not justified by military necessity (count 10); NOTING the Plea Agreement of 25 October 2005 ("Plea Agreement") according to which Ivica Rajic agreed to plead guilty to four of the ten charges in the Amended Indictment, pursuant to Article 2 of the Statute (Grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions of 1949); NOTING paragraph 18(b) of the Plea Agreement according to which the Prosecution agreed that "[a]t the time of the Trial Chamber’s acceptance of the guilty plea and sentence, the Prosecution will move to dismiss without prejudice the remaining charges against the Accused, as set out in the Amended Indictment"; NOTING that on 26 October 2005, being satisfied that the plea was voluntary, informed and unequivocal and that there was a sufficient factual basis for the crimes, the Trial Chamber entered a finding of guilt for the following four counts: count 1 (wilful killing), count 3 (inhuman treatment), count 7 (appropriation of property) and count 9 (extensive destruction not justified by military necessity and carried out unlawfully and wantonly); NOTING that the Prosecution then moved to withdraw counts 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10 of the Amended Indictment without prejudice (meaning that should the Judgement or the sentence be reversed or modified for any reason, the Prosecution will be entitled to renew or once again assert these charges); PURSUANT TO Rules 51 and 73 of the Rules; HEREBY ORDERS that counts 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10 be withdrawn without prejudice.
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Score: 699428.66 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/rajic/tdec/en/060504.htm
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[redacted] 5.4 [redacted] 5.5 [redacted] 5.6 [redacted] 5.7 [redacted] 5.8 [redacted] COUNT 1 [redacted] COUNT 2 [redacted] COUNT 3 [redacted] COUNT 4 [redacted] 5.9 [redacted] COUNT 5 [redacted] COUNT 6 [redacted] COUNT 7 [redacted] COUNT 8 [redacted] 5.10 [redacted] COUNT 9 [redacted] COUNT 10 [redacted] COUNT 11 [redacted] COUNT 12 [redacted] COUNTS 13-28 (TORTURE AND RAPE AT FOCA HIGH SCHOOL) 6.1 During the occupation that followed the take-over of the town of Foca, the Foca High School, situated in the Aladza area, functioned as a barracks for Serb soldiers, and as a short term detention facility for Muslim women, children and the elderly. 6.2 Between 3 July and about 13 July 1992, at least 72 Muslim inhabitants of the municipality of Foca were detained in two classrooms in the Foca High School, including the women, children and the elderly who had earlier been held at Buk Bijela, mentioned above. (...) There ZORAN VUKOVIC and DRAGAN ZELENOVIC raped FWS-75 and FWS-87 (vaginal penetration). 6.8 [redacted] 6.9 [redacted] 6.10 [redacted] 6.11 [redacted] 6.12 [redacted] 6.13 [redacted] 6.14 [redacted] COUNT 13 [redacted] COUNT 14 [redacted] COUNT 15 [redacted] COUNT 16 [redacted] 6.15 [redacted] COUNT 17 [redacted] COUNT 18 ([redacted] COUNT 19 [redacted] COUNT 20 [redacted] 6.16 By the foregoing acts and omissions in relation to the victims FWS-50, FWS-95, FWS-75 and FWS-87, ZORAN VUKOVIC committed: COUNT 21 (TORTURE) Count 21: Torture, a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY punishable under Article 5 (f) of the Statute of the Tribunal. (...) COUNT 36 (RAPE) Count 36: Rape, a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR, punishable under Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 7.25 [redacted] COUNT 37 [redacted] COUNT 38 [redacted] COUNT 39 [redacted] COUNT 40 [redacted] 7.26 [redacted] COUNT 41 [redacted] COUNT 42 [redacted] COUNT 43 [redacted] COUNT 44 [redacted] COUNTS 45-48 [redacted] 8.1 [redacted] 8.2 [redacted] 8.3 [redacted] 8.4 [redacted] 8.5 [redacted] 8.6 [redacted] 8.7 [redacted] 8.8 [redacted] COUNT 45 [redacted] COUNT 46 [redacted] COUNT 47 [redacted] COUNT 48 [redacted] COUNT 49 - 50 [redacted] 9.1 [redacted] 9.2 [redacted] 9.3 [redacted] COUNT 49 [redacted] COUNT 50 [redacted] __________________ Carla Del Ponte Prosecutor Dated this 5th day of October 1999 At The Hague The Netherlands
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Score: 698581.35 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...rac/ind/en/vuk-1ai000221-e.pdf
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In their verdict on the 11-count Indictment on which Mr Kajelijeli was tried, the Tribunal found him guilty on three counts: genocide (count 2); direct and public incitement to commit genocide (count 4); and, extermination as a crime against humanity (count 6). Three of the counts were dismissed as follows: the count of complicity in genocide (count 3) which was an alternative count to the count of genocide. (...) The count of persecution as a crime against humanity (count 8) was also dismissed because the Prosecution withdrew the count at the end of the trial.
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Score: 698460.4 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/node/1685
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In their verdict on the 11-count Indictment on which Mr Kajelijeli was tried, the Tribunal found him guilty on three counts: genocide (count 2); direct and public incitement to commit genocide (count 4); and, extermination as a crime against humanity (count 6). Three of the counts were dismissed as follows: the count of complicity in genocide (count 3) which was an alternative count to the count of genocide. (...) The count of persecution as a crime against humanity (count 8) was also dismissed because the Prosecution withdrew the count at the end of the trial.
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Score: 698460.4 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/ne...tre-mukingo-convicted-genocide
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By these actions, Slobodan MILJKOVIC instigated, ordered, or otherwise aided and abetted: Count 15: a GRAVE BREACH recognised by Article 2(a) (wilful killing) of the Tribunal Statute; Count 16: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognised by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; Count 17: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognised by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute. 5 COUNTS 18 - 20 Beatings 25. (...) COUNTS 21 - 23 Beating of Father Jozo Puskaric 26. (...) COUNTS 33 - 35 Beating of Silvestar Antunovic 30.
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Score: 697358.64 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t...odorovic_950629_indictment.pdf
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