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For every 10 cases of killings of journalists, how many are resolved? Correct answer: 1 Answer: The majority of crimes against journalists remain unresolved. (...) On average, how often do killings of journalists occur? Correct answer: 1 journalist killed every four days Answer: Between 2012 and 2016, 1 journalist was killed every four days. (...) Where do you think the majority of journalists were killed in the past 5 years? Correct answer: Countries experiencing armed conflicts Answer: Between 2012 – 2016, 56 % of journalists have been killed in countries experiencing armed conflicts.
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Jelisic claimed that he was forced to 17 commit the murders that he did and that he killed 18 people, fearing that if he did not, then he himself 19 would be killed. He claimed that he stayed in Brcko 20 because he was told to, and again he feared that if he 21 disobeyed orders, he would have been killed. He 22 claimed that he only killed people that he was told to 23 and that he never killed anyone of his own free will. 24 In fact, he said that where he had the opportunity of 25 not killing someone, then he didn't kill them, and he 1 saw that as a personal triumph. 2 There are a number of inconsistencies in his 3 claims on those points, and I believe that his claims 4 are not true. 5 Q. (...) "Prior to the meeting with [blank] and 14 [blank], just before this killing, were you told at any 15 time that you would have to kill people?"
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Score: 1287126.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/jelisic/trans/en/990921ed.htm
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Following the acquiescence of 3 the ultimatum by the representatives of the Muslim community, the Crisis 4 Staff assumed political power in the Bratunac Municipality. 5 THE ACCUSED: [Interpretation] Your Honour, these facts are also 6 correct. 7 JUDGE SCHOMBURG: Thereafter, efforts to ethnically cleanse the 8 Bosnian Muslim population from the Bratunac Municipality were undertaken. 9 The means used to effectuate the cleansing included the intimidation and 10 random killings of Bosnian Muslims by, in quotation marks, "volunteers" 11 and others, and the looting of Muslim homes and businesses. (...) The purpose of this 13 visit was to reconnoiter Glogova in preparation of the attack on the 14 village. 15 THE ACCUSED: [Interpretation] Your Honour, this is correct. 16 JUDGE SCHOMBURG: On the 7th of May, 1992, the preparations for 17 the attack on Glogova began, and it was agreed that the attack would 18 commence within 48 to 72 hours. 19 THE ACCUSED: [Interpretation] Your Honour, this is correct. 20 JUDGE SCHOMBURG: In the afternoon of 8 May 1992, Goran Zekic, a 21 well-known and popular political figure in Bratunac, who was a member of 22 the Bosnian Serb Republic Assembly from the adjacent municipality of 23 Srebrenica, was killed near Srebrenica and his body was brought to the 24 town of Bratunac. 25 THE ACCUSED: [Interpretation] Your Honour, these facts are also Page 58 1 completely correct. 2 JUDGE SCHOMBURG: Later the same day, at 2200 hours, the Bratunac 3 Crisis Staff met principally about the events surrounding the death of 4 Goran Zekic and with the operation to attack Glogova. (...) We will come to this later. Is this correct? 8 THE ACCUSED: [Interpretation] Correct. 9 JUDGE SCHOMBURG: Paragraph 42: Miroslav Deronjic did not 10 physically commit any of the murders of the 65 civilians identified in 11 Schedule A.
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Score: 1211958.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/deronjic/trans/en/030930IT.htm
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One of the methods was used to analyse killings, patterns 13 of killings; the second method was used to analyse the pattern of 14 migration. 15 The analysis of killings used a technique called multiple systems 16 estimation, and the purpose of multiple systems estimation is to 17 determine, given a number of independent sources of information what might 18 be missing from them. (...) I believe that we noted in the second page that there were -- 6 rather than there being no relationship between NATO air-strikes and 7 killings and migration, we found that there -- that NATO air-strikes could 8 be interpreted to have caused a reduction in killings of Kosovar 9 Albanians. (...) 23 THE WITNESS: Sure. 24 JUDGE BONOMY: Was NATO ever a plausible cause of the killings? I 25 can understand that NATO bombing might explain people being driven from Page 10227 1 their homes, and I can understand that KLA killings might explain that. 2 But was NATO ever a plausible cause of people being killed?
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Score: 1204199.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/pavkovic/trans/en/070220IT.htm
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That is when Bane and the other two men who killed Page 17898  1     most people would call people's names.  (...) But some didn't even 10     have any insignia but just the uniforms. 11        Q.   Thank you.  Is it correct that Naser Oric set an ambush on the 12     20th of April for these volunteers, on which occasion he killed 12 of 13     these volunteers and disposed of their bodies by dumping them in the 14     river? (...) I don't know exactly when it was, I just 17     heard that there was a group of paramilitaries at the Fontana Hotel and 18     there was another group at the Jasen cafe. 19        Q.   Thank you.  Is it correct that on the 3rd of May in Hranca, which 20     is between a Serbian village and Glogova, a JNA column was attacked in 21     which 12 men -- and in this attack 12 men were killed?
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And you didn't see anybody get killed; is that correct? 13 A. No, I didn't. 14 Q. (...) 25 A. Two young men were killed on the road. Page 9668 1 Q. Who killed them? (...) You described to us yesterday how members of the SAJ captured an 20 Albanian, beat him up, and how one of SAJ members killed him, shot him to 21 death. So we can agree that in fact you saw all that from a moving truck; 22 is that correct?
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However, that was not correct. His 8 real name was Enes Jasarevic. He was a man for -- whom 9 we know was killed in Brcko during that time. (...) They're not on the list of 100 names, 24 but they too were killed. 25 Q. And your knowledge that they were killed 1 comes from other sources, does it? (...) In fact, we know that some people were killed 3 in that way because there were eyewitnesses to the 4 killings.
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Score: 1185613.9 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/jelisic/trans/en/990915it.htm
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It's a fairly obvious result 15 if one thinks about the nature of what happens if you have lots of 16 air-strikes later than, in this case, weeks and weeks later than, the 17 killing and migration. The statistical effect of that will be to suggest 18 that there's somehow the killing -- I mean, the air-strikes are 19 suppressing the killing and migration. (...) Instead, let me say that our analysis rejecting the 15 hypotheses of NATO and KLA activity being plausible causes of killing and 16 migration rest on the residuals analysis which is in the original report 17 figures 10 and 11 of which, as far as I can tell, not a question has been 18 raised. 19 Now, I will -- I'm happy if it pleases the Bench to repeat my 20 reservations, but since you have just complained that I repeated my 21 correction of your inaccurate characterisation of our work as an 22 assumption, you then complained that I had to correct you at some length 23 because of your failure to understand what I said yesterday. (...) So if the -- there might be a coincidence of KLA 12 activity, for example, and killing in a particular municipality at the 13 peak of that killing, but if there were continuing KLA activity throughout 14 the rest of the period without there being killing, we would have to ask 15 the question: Well, what's happening with the KLA activity then?
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These losses arise from the cost of treatment as well as lost productivity for those killed or disabled by their injuries and for family members who need to take time off work or school to care for the injured.  In Sri Lanka, a police analysis reveals that those at the top of the list of people killed on the roads in these three years were motorcyclists, with pedestrians a close second.   (...) Using a phone while driving slows reaction times (notably braking reaction time, but also reaction to traffic signals), and makes it difficult to keep in the correct lane and keep the correct distance from other vehicles.
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Score: 1175290.7 - https://www.who.int/srilanka/n...red-during-un-road-safety-week
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Do you recall that quite a few Serb soldiers were killed in 9 the process and that medical nurses and medical staff who were going to 10 help the wounded and to rescue some people were killed? (...) I think 5 I've cited the correct number. 6 A. I'm not sure my screen is on. 7 Q. (...) I will confirm that's what -- 6 Q. Is that correct? 7 A. You asked me to confirm what the text says.
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