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It requests the Appeals Chamber to apply the correct legal standard to the facts of the case and convict Mr. (...) The Trial Chamber found that killings were not intended aims of the VJ and MUP organised campaign. (...) Lazarević was aware of VJ members killing Kosovo Albanians in some instances, the Trial Chamber concluded that he was not aware that VJ and MUP forces were going into the specific crime sites in order to commit killings.
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Score: 1008990.6 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/m...ic/acjug/en/140123_summary.pdf
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Or claiming 12 to have killed either 76 or 86 people, claiming up to 13 150 killings. (...) The second is right, that's correct. The 12 first one is not completely correct. (...) Yes. 6 JUDGE RIAD: But not when he was killing? 7 A. No. 8 JUDGE RIAD: It does not affect the 9 killing -- 10 A.
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Score: 1007846.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/jelisic/trans/en/991124ed.htm
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So a lot of this was presumptive; that is, 9 the Serb authorities would report to us that four children had been killed 10 by snipers or whatever. And we would largely have to take that on its 11 own, at face value; whereas, on the government side or inside the 12 confrontation lines, we tended to know exactly how many people had been 13 killed or almost exactly. (...) It 5 mentions that the day before a British soldier had been killed, and then 6 the next page will be the actual agreement, if that would be displayed, 7 please. (...) WAESPI: Let's move on to -- 20 THE WITNESS: It does seem correct, by the way. 21 MR. WAESPI: 22 Q. Thank you, Mr.
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Score: 1007646.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/d...ilosevic/trans/en/070115IT.htm
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Haradinaj three to four times at his headquarters. That's correct, 13 isn't? 14 A. That's correct, yes. 15 Q. (...) When Lord Ashdown -- you didn't call him; he called you, correct? 13 A. That's correct, sir, yes. 14 Q. When he called you just before Christmas -- now we have the dates 15 right. 2006, correct? (...) Perhaps why my career ended. 22 Q. That is correct, sir? 23 A. That is absolutely correct. 24 Q.
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Score: 1004119 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/pavkovic/trans/en/070208ED.htm
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Did Jadranko Palija kill anyone else on the way to Vrhpolje Page 2984 1 bridge? 2 A. Yes. After killing Ismet Kurbegovic, we continued along our 3 journey. (...) And he said that on that day, 5 they would kill 70 Muslims because seven Serb soldiers had been killed 6 previously. 7 Q.
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Score: 1002285 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/krajisnik/trans/en/040527IT.htm
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The Nazis “Final solution” has brought these two populations very close to their full extinction, with six million Jews and half a million Roma and Sinti being killed. Other groups have been also persecuted and killed, such as people with disabilities, political opponents, some religious minorities, prisoners of war, and sexual minorities. (...) It is time now, 75 years since the ending of the Second World War, that justice for Roma is done without further delay, and that the very definition of the Holocaust is corrected to properly acknowledge the Roma and their suffering during the Second World War as being and integral part of the Holocaust.
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Score: 1000757.2 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u....org/files/dan_pavel_doghi.pdf
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14        A.   He, too, was killed together with the other members of the 15     Ivandic family, and in that same part of the village other people were 16     killed, members of other families, not just Ivandic family. 17        Q.   (...) 11        A.   Let me just correct you.  His first name was not Jovo.  It was 12     Ivo, I-v-o, Ivo Marijan.  He was killed together with his wife.  Now, the 13     name -- I don't know the name. 
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Score: 1000416.6 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/karadzic/trans/en/111020ED.htm
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That had been particularly evident during the barbaric war launched by Israel against Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip in which 1,400 Palestinians had been killed, including five journalists. Israel was continuing its repressive campaign to suppress freedom of speech and of opinion and to conceal the truth. (...) This record is subject to correction. Corrections should be sent under the signature of a member of the delegation concerned within one week of the date of publication  to the Chief of the Official Records Editing Section, room DC2-750, 2 United Nations Plaza, and incorporated in a copy of the record. Corrections will be issued after the end of the session, in a separate corrigendum for each Committee.
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Score: 999019.9 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-184258/
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That's also correct, 3 isn't it? 4 A. Mr. Ackerman, if you wish, I can answer that question. 5 Q. (...) Now, Prosecution Exhibit 602 is a document that was 8 signed by you; correct? 9 A. That's correct. 10 Q. And it's a document that refers to what you've described as a 11 violent and illegal effort to seize power in the takeover of the Sanski 12 Most branch of the SDK on 28 February 1992; correct? (...) And you were placed in a cell right next to that which was 7 occupied by Adil Draganovic; correct? 8 A. Correct. 9 Q. Could you describe for the Chamber the cell that you were in. 10 A.
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Score: 997212.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/brdanin/trans/en/020530ED.htm
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• Antibiotic use restriction or rotation Disease prevention- reduces need for antibiotics If you don’t correct underlying cause disease will reoccur after treatment Pathogen Host Environment Disease Disease prevention starts at the planning stage and is continuous o Site selection • Soil type- Alkalinity, hardness (conditions stabilize algal populations and provide essential minerals) • Water source- (biosecurity, temperature, volume, nutrients, contaminants) • Location- local stressors, predatory bird roosting sites, flyways, proximity to aquaculture or wild fisheries, Cages-tidal flushing proximity to other aquaculture and prevalence of toxic algae o Fish • Genetics- selection for disease and stress resistance Disease prevention o Manage the environment to minimize stress and physical injury • Water quality- • Oxygen • Ammonia • Nitrite/chloride • Handling Avoid rough handling- damage to mucus layer Avoid handling at critical temperatures or stages • Manage predators • Prevent aggression and cannibalism- remove dead fish from pond Feeding management o Good quality feed, freshness and amount • Nutritionally complete- protein vitamins and fatty acids • Stored in dry place and used quickly o Physical- • Proper size for fish- too large can damage mouth, too small wastage & nutrient loss o Amount and frequency- • Want to evenly distribute to all fish for even growth • Too much may bypass acid stomach barrier o Avoid pathogens- live feeds must be disease free and pasteurize any fresh feeds. Prevent all diseases- o Actively manage to minimize viral and parasitic diseases (Predispose fish to bacterial disease and suppress feeding- resulting in subtherapeutic treatments)- o Vaccines-if effective for bacterial pathogens and viruses Biosecurity- avoid obligate pathogens and introduction of AMR o Surveillance, quarantine and monitoring o Used of certified specific pathogen free stocks o Use pathogen free water, and processed feeds or SPF live/fresh feeds o Between farm security- • On farm equipment, nets • Limited access • Cleaning/disinfecting trucks, trailers, boats entering facility o Within farm security • Avoid water movement between ponds • Disinfect nets and equipment • Predator and scavenger control- mammals, birds and reptiles can shed fish pathogens Biosecurity-Avoiding obligate pathogens and AMR strains o Fish source- critical factor • Improper use of antibiotics during early stages can result in build up in system • Fry and eggs sometimes given prophylactic bath treatments during handling- these may be critical during establishment of microbial flora and allow establishment of AMR. • Know how fish produced and antibiotic usage- hatchery GAP • Due to economics of hatchery systems and susceptibility of young- improper use of antibiotics at this stage is more common (also opportunity to spread pathogens and antibiotic resistance through industry) • Disinfection of tanks and ponds between batches. • Separation of eggs from brooders and disinfection of egg surface (iodine, formalin, potassium permanganate) Alternatives to treatment o Many diseases do not need to be treated with antibiotics- • disease and environment- evaluated by a professional who understands the system • Many bacterial disease are secondary- correct predisposing factor or allow to run its course o Management to reduce pathogen load or transmission dose • Fecal oral transmission- Allow time for gut to clear before feeding- reduces defecation where feeding- ESC every-other day feeding during peak disease season (feed restriction may help with others by reducing close contact) • Probiotics or prebiotics? Non-antibiotic alternatives o Chemical treatments that interrupt transmission or stimulate resistant state in host • Copper sulfate makes catfish less susceptible to columnaris disease • Salt 1-5 ppt reduces F. columnare’s ability to adhere to fish • Potassium permanganate, chloramine T and other oxidizers kill surface bacteria and free bacteria in the water Judicious Use of Antibiotics-medicated feeds- minimizes selective pressure o Use when needed and effective • Must be diseased- no prophylactic use, no use for growth promotion • must be susceptible bacteria pathogen- susceptibility testing • Fish must feed well enough to get a therapeutic dose o Give for full treatment duration- antibiotic must persist long enough to kill pathogen o Use fresh good quality medicated feed- reliable licensed feed producer o Careful feeding practices- avoid wastage- AMR can develop in bacteria that grow in wasted feed Eliminate improper use o Do not use on non- bacterial diseases o No prophylactic use- to prevent something that may happen o Do not use where non-therapeutic levels occur • Bath treatment where poor uptake occurs and persistence of antibiotic is not adequate to kill the pathogen • Medicated feed if not feeding fast enough or feeding poorly • Medicated feed for less than recommended treatment period REDUCE PERSISTANCE o Minimize use-AMR is a natural process.
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Score: 995980.2 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...s%20Dec%202017/18%20Hanson.pdf
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