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The original indictment, issued on 10 November 1995, charged Anto Furundzija with three counts – one count for Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention (Count 12), and two counts for Violations of the Laws or Customs of War, torture and outrages upon personal dignity including rape (Counts 13 and 14) – for his alleged criminal conduct. On 13 March, Trial Chamber II- bis issued an order granting leave to the Prosecutor to withdraw Count 12 of the indictment. Consequently, the Accused remained charged with Counts 13 and 14. ndant’s argument According to the Defendant, "[the] Tribunal does not have subject matter jurisdiction over Counts 13 and 14 […] because the crimes with which Mr. (...) As a consequence of the sought dismissal of Counts 13 and 14 of the indictment, the only two counts charging the Accused, the Defendant requested that " Mr.
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Score: 581736.47 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/2011
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The original indictment, issued on 10 November 1995, charged Anto Furundzija with three counts – one count for Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention (Count 12), and two counts for Violations of the Laws or Customs of War, torture and outrages upon personal dignity including rape (Counts 13 and 14) – for his alleged criminal conduct. On 13 March, Trial Chamber II- bis issued an order granting leave to the Prosecutor to withdraw Count 12 of the indictment. Consequently, the Accused remained charged with Counts 13 and 14. ndant’s argument According to the Defendant, "[the] Tribunal does not have subject matter jurisdiction over Counts 13 and 14 […] because the crimes with which Mr. (...) As a consequence of the sought dismissal of Counts 13 and 14 of the indictment, the only two counts charging the Accused, the Defendant requested that " Mr.
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Score: 581736.47 - https://www.icty.org/fr/press/...indictment-and-release-accused
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Date Activity Country 15 March 2022 Every Drop Counts awareness campaign for male and female farmers in Al-Minya Governorate. Egypt Entrepreneurship day under the Every Drop Counts campaign – photo contest Morocco 16 March 2022 Every Drop Counts campaign at The  Museum  Mohammed VI for the  Civilization  of  Water  in Morocco- Aman for school children Morocco 21 March 2022 Every Drop Counts awareness day at Jayyous Girls High School in Palestine Palestine 21, 22, 23 March 2022 Broadcast of campaign video on Moroccan television channel "2M" before the news. Morocco 22 March 2022 Broadcast of an animation on the second highest tower in Morocco Morocco Broadcast of campaign video on the screens of railway stations Morocco 23 March 2022 Every Drop Counts awareness day at secondary school in Al-Minya governorate in Egypt Egypt 24 March 2022 Farmer Field School Family Day - awareness day for children of farmers Algeria 27 March 2022 Every Drop Counts awareness day at Al Najah National University in Palestine Palestine 28 March 2022 Every Drop Counts awareness day at secondary school in Kafr ElSheikh governorate in Egypt Egypt 28 March 2022 Every Drop Counts workshop to university students - What can water accounting do? 
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Score: 581736.47 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...campaign/countryactivities/ar/
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IT-04-84bis-PT 3 14 January 2011 IT-04-84bis-PT p. 103] original count so that he may be tried again on a count on which he has already been found gUilty and for which he has served his sentence.21 14. (...) The Appeals Chamber therefore orders that Ramush Haradinaj, Idriz Balaj, and Lahi Brahimaj be retried on these counts. 51. The Appeals Chamber, however, will not construe the Prosecution's Appeal as a request to quash the convictions of Lahi Brahimaj on two of the above counts for which he was convicted, namely Counts 28 and 32. (...) Moreover the reference to convictions on Counts 28 and 32 is to be understood in terms of the Disposition of the Trial Judgement where Brahimaj was found guilty of the two Counts, again without any qualification.7) 34.
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Score: 581513.53 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/haradinaj/tdec/en/110114.pdf
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“PILICA FARM”, (IT-96-22) DRAŽEN ERDEMOVIĆ NOT AN OFFICIAL DOCUMENT - DOCUMENT PREPARED BY THE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA 1 C A S E I N F O R M A T I O N S H E E T (IT-95-5/18) RADOVAN KARADŽIĆ RADOVAN KARADŽIĆ Founding member of the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS); President of the SDS until his resignation on 19 July 1996; Chairman of the National Security Council of the so-called Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (later Republika Srpska - “RS”); President of the three-member Presidency of RS from its creation on 12 May 1992 until 17 December 1992, and thereafter sole President of Republika Srpska and Supreme Commander of its armed forces until July 1996 Indictment Initial: 25 July 1995; operational indictment: 19 October 2009 Arrested 21 July 2008 Transferred to ICTY 30 July 2008 Plea 3 March 2009, failed to enter a plea, a plea of not guilty was entered on his behalf Commencement of Trial 26 October 2009 Closing arguments 29 September – 7 October 2014 Trial Chamber Judgement 24 March 2016, convicted of genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war Sentence 40 years’ imprisonment INDICTMENT Two counts of genocide (Counts 1 and 2) Five counts of crimes against humanity  Persecutions (Count 3)  Extermination (Count 4)  Murder (Count 5)  Deportation (Count 7)  Inhumane acts (forcible transfer) (Count 8) Four counts of violations of the laws or customs of war  Murder (Count 6)  Terror (Count 9)  Unlawful attacks on civilians (Count 10)  Taking of hostages (Count 11) Alleged responsibility of the Accused In the indictment, it is alleged that Radovan Karadžid is individually criminally responsible pursuant to Article 7(1) of the Tribunal’s Statute for the counts set out above, inter alia, through his participation in a number of Joint Criminal Enterprises (JCEs). (...) On 28 June 2012, the Trial Chamber issued an oral decision pursuant to Rule 98bis dismissing the motion for acquittal on ten counts of the indictment but granting it in relation to count one, in which the Accused was charged with genocide for crimes committed in several municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina between March and December 1992. The Prosecution appealed the judgement of acquittal in relation to count one and the appeal hearing was held on 17 April 2013.
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Score: 581457 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...zic/cis/en/cis_karadzic_en.pdf
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And I will go through the 21 indictment now and read the counts and a plea of not guilty applies to all 22 the counts. 23 So the first count against you is a charge of persecution on 24 political, racial, and religious grounds, being a crime against humanity. 25 Accused pleads not guilty. Page 9 1 The second count is a charge of torture as a crime against 2 humanity. (...) Not guilty. 13 The eighth count is a charge of murder as a crime against 14 humanity.
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Score: 581317.33 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t..._rasevic/trans/en/030916IA.htm
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Page 72 1 The same applies to Count 10. I am entering a plea of not guilty 2 to Count 10, this being a charge of murder as a violation of the laws or 3 customs of war. 4 As regards the eleventh count, which contains a charge of 5 imprisonment as a crime against humanity, I, as the Judge in charge of the 6 Initial Appearance, am entering a plea of not guilty on behalf of the 7 accused. 8 The same applies to the twelfth count, which consists of a charge 9 of unlawful confinement of a civilian as a grave breach of the Geneva 10 Conventions of 1949. (...) As the Judge in 17 charge of the Initial Appearance, and as charged by the sub-Rule mentioned 18 earlier, I am entering a plea of not guilty to this count on behalf of the 19 accused. 20 We come to the fourteenth count. To this count, I am entering 21 also a plea of not guilty on behalf of the accused.
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Score: 581257.47 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t..._rasevic/trans/en/050217IA.htm
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Counting Women’s Work Copyright © 2019 University of California, Berkeley. All rights reserved. Counting Women’s Work and the Care Economy Gretchen Donehower University of California, Berkley 21 July 2021 United Nations DESA (online) EXPERT GROUP MEETING ON POPULATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, IN PARTICULAR SUSTAINED AND INCLUSIVE ECONOMIC GROWTH Copyright © 2019 University of California, Berkeley. (...) – More money and paid care provision – Enhance women’s ability to raise children and work (e.g. longer school days) – Recognize opportunity cost issues (pension credits, labor force re-entry support) Counting Women’s Workand the Care Economy Women’s Work and SDGs What have we learned from CWW?
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Score: 581075.1 - https://www.un.org/development...egm_donehower_presentation.pdf
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As for specific arguments relating to Count 1, the Prosecution notes that the Indictment does plead the mens rea for other forms of liability under Count 127 and that the Accused was in any event not prejudiced because the evidence he cites to in order to show the alleged prejudice arose well before he started his defence case.28 The Prosecution also claims that the Accused incorrectly asserts that the Indictment fails to allege relevant conduct for superior responsibility in relation to Count 2 and that it makes no mention of his contribution to the joint criminal enterprise relevant to that Count.29 He makes the same incorrect assertion in relation to Count 8 and the forcible transfer of the column of men who left Srebrenica.30 12. (...) As for Count 1, the Accused argues that it is defective as it does not plead material facts related to his alleged intent to commit genocide. He then points to what he claims were material facts that should have been pleaded in the Indictment, namely: (i) the evidence of Herbert Okun about the Accused’s statements that the Serbs had been the victims of genocide in World War II which the Accused is said to have used to exhort his followers to commit genocide, (ii) the evidence of Milan Lesić about Ratko Mladić’s genocidal intent, which was then used to show that the Accused selected a military commander who shared his genocidal intent, and (iii) the 51 While Count 1 was not part of the Indictment in the period after the Trial Chamber issued its Rule 98 bis decision on 28 June 2012 and until Count 1 was reinstated in the Indictment by the Appeals Chamber on 11 July 2013, the Accused could have nevertheless raised these issues soon thereafter. 52 See, e.g., Defence Final Trial Brief, filed confidentially on 29 August 2014, paras. 1377–1814 (Counts 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8), paras. 2772–2784 (Count 3), paras. 2785–2796 (Count 4), paras. 2797–2961 (Counts 5, 6, 7, and 8), para. 2801 (Count 7), paras. 3001–3302 (Count 2), paras. 2402–2448, 3308–3350 (Count 8, forcible transfers relating to Srebrenica), paras. 1904–2395 (Counts 9 and 10), paras. 2725–2726, 3353–3373 (Count 11). 53 See Naletilić Appeal Judgement, para. 24. 91009 Case No.
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Score: 579968.55 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/karadzic/tdec/en/140930.pdf
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The amended indictment also charges the defendant with one additional count (count 2, devastation not justified by military necessity). (...) Expressions such as " including but not limited to " and " among others " have been removed. Counts relating to unlawful attacks on civilians and civilian objects (now counts 3 and 4), to the destruction of institutions dedicated to religion or education (now distinguished as count 14), and to the taking of hostages (now counts 17 and 18) have been further specified pursuant to the Decision of Trial Chamber I. (...) Consequently, " [b]ecause the Prosecutor's failure necessarily affects all counts of the Indictment, all counts are impermissibly vague and should be dismissed ". 2. " Count 14 [destruction of institutions dedicated to religion or education] of the Indictment fails to adequately allege a required element of the offence charged ."
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Score: 579792 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...-time-and-once-more-challenged
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