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II. PROCEDURE FOR RECOGNIZING APPELLATION OF ORIGIN AND RECOGNIZING A RIGHT TO USE THE APPELLATION OF ORIGIN Article 2 For recognizing an appelation of origin and for recognizing the right to use the appelation of origin, an application for recognizing an appellation of origin or for recognizing the right to use the appellation origin shall be submitted to the Office, in writing. 1. Content of Application for Recognizing Appellation of Origin and of Application for Recognizing the Right to Use Appellation of Origin Article 3 1. (...) Recognizing Appellation of Origin and Recognizing the Right to Use an Appellation of Origin 3.1.
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Score: 568083.74 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/mkd_e/WTACCMKD22_LEG_5.pdf
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By these actions, Ranko CESU: committed: Count 5: a GRAVE BREACH recognized by Article 2(a) (wilful killing) of the Tribunal Statute; Count 6: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; Count 7: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute. (...) By these actions, Goran JELISIC committed: Count 8: a GRAVE BREACH recognized by Article 2(a) (wilful killing) of the Tribunal Statute; Count 9: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(l)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; .,- Count 10: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute. (...) By these actions, Goran JELISIC committed: Count 11: a GRAVE BREACH recognized by Article 2 (a) (wilful killing) of the Tribunal Statute; Count 12: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; IT-q,-JO-I IZI Count 13: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute.
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Score: 563196.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/c...anko_950721_indictment_eng.pdf
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By these actions, Ranko CESIC committed: Count 5: a GRAVE BREACH recognized by Article 2(a) (wilful killing) of the Tribunal Statute; Count 6: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; Count 7: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute. (...) By these actions, Goran JELISIC committed: Count 8: a GRAVE BREACH recognized by Article 2(a) (wilful killing) of the Tribunal Statute; Count 9: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; Count 10: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute. (...) By these actions, Goran JELISIC committed: Count 11: a GRAVE BREACH recognized by Article 2 (a) (wilful killing) of the Tribunal Statute; Count 12: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; Count 13: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute.
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Score: 563196.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/j...lisic/ind/en/jel-ii950721e.pdf
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During the Holocaust, these diplomats recognized the danger... Read More ✖ This exhibition relates the unique stories of diplomats recognized by Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, as Righteous Among the Nations. During the Holocaust, these diplomats recognized the danger and murder facing the Jews in the countries in which they served, at the hands of the Nazi Germans, with the help of their accomplices and allies. (...) Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations   Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations     Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations         Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations           Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations         Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations           Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations             Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations           Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations           Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations       Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations         Previous Next Key Documents Resolution A/76/L30 on Holocaust denial Resolution 60/7 on Holocaust Remembrance Resolution 61/255 on Holocaust denial Report on Combating Antisemitism United Nations Strategy and Plan of Action on Hate Speech Related Programmes, Offices and Associations United Nations Outreach Programme on the transatlantic slave trade and slavery Outreach Programme on the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda and the United Nations UNESCO - Education about the Holocaust and genocide United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance Human Rights Protecting Human Rights Responsibility to Protect United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Universal Declaration of Human Rights Additional Resources Holocaust Museums and Memorials Educational Materials Guidelines for Policy Makers United Nations Donate facebook twitter A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 562085.35 - https://www.un.org/en/holocaus...ogramme/exhibition-beyond-duty
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During the Holocaust, these diplomats recognized the danger... Read More ✖ This exhibition relates the unique stories of diplomats recognized by Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, as Righteous Among the Nations. During the Holocaust, these diplomats recognized the danger and murder facing the Jews in the countries in which they served, at the hands of the Nazi Germans, with the help of their accomplices and allies. (...) Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations   Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations     Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations         Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations           Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations         Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations           Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations             Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations           Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations           Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations       Beyond Duty: Diplomats Recognized as Righteous Among the Nations         Previous Next Key Documents Resolution A/76/L30 on Holocaust denial Resolution 60/7 on Holocaust Remembrance Resolution 61/255 on Holocaust denial Report on Combating Antisemitism United Nations Strategy and Plan of Action on Hate Speech Related Programmes, Offices and Associations United Nations Outreach Programme on the transatlantic slave trade and slavery Outreach Programme on the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda and the United Nations UNESCO - Education about the Holocaust and genocide United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance Human Rights Protecting Human Rights Responsibility to Protect United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Universal Declaration of Human Rights Additional Resources Holocaust Museums and Memorials Educational Materials Guidelines for Policy Makers United Nations Donate facebook twitter A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 562085.35 - https://www.un.org/en/node/81214
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By these actions, Ranko CESIC committed: Count 4: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; Count 5: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute. (...) By these actions, Goran JELISIC committed: Count 6: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; Count 7: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute. (...) Count 25: CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(f) (torture) of the Tribunal Statute.
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Score: 559178.17 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/cesic/ind/en/jel-1ai980512e.pdf
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Data Indicator SeriesID SeriesDescription GeoAreaCode GeoAreaName TimePeriod Value Time_Detail Source FootNote Nature Units Reporting Type Observation Status ISOalpha3 Type SeriesCode 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 1 World 2018 3 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 2 Africa 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 4 Afghanistan 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - 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Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 11 Western Africa 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 12 Algeria 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting A figure was not provided, or the method by which the figure was calculated is unknown NA NUMBER G O DZA Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 13 Central America 2018 5 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 14 Eastern Africa 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 15 Northern Africa 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 16 American Samoa 2018 N 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Not FAO Member State; The figure is not available because the indicator—as defined for the global monitoring—does not apply to the circumstances of the specific country, and therefore is not reported N NUMBER G O ASM Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 17 Middle Africa 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 18 Southern Africa 2018 3 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 19 Americas 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 20 Andorra 2018 N 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting The figure is not available because the indicator—as defined for the global monitoring—does not apply to the circumstances of the specific country, and therefore is not reported C NUMBER G O AND Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 21 Northern America 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 24 Angola 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting A figure was not provided, or the method by which the figure was calculated is unknown NA NUMBER G O AGO Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 28 Antigua and Barbuda 2018 5 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A ATG Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 29 Caribbean 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 30 Eastern Asia 2018 3 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 31 Azerbaijan 2018 3 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A AZE Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 32 Argentina 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting NV = The figure has not been validated by the national statistical system for global reporting. C NUMBER G V ARG Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 34 Southern Asia 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 35 South-Eastern Asia 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 36 Australia 2018 N 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting The figure is not available because the indicator—as defined for the global monitoring—does not apply to the circumstances of the specific country, and therefore is not reported C NUMBER G O AUS Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 39 Southern Europe 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 40 Austria 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Indicator developped upon responses provided by the EU C NUMBER G A AUT Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 44 Bahamas 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A BHS Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 48 Bahrain 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting A figure was not provided, or the method by which the figure was calculated is unknown NA NUMBER G O BHR Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 50 Bangladesh 2018 3 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A BGD Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 51 Armenia 2018 2 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A ARM Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 52 Barbados 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting A figure was not provided, or the method by which the figure was calculated is unknown NA NUMBER G O BRB Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 53 Australia and New Zealand 2018 3 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 54 Melanesia 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 56 Belgium 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Indicator developped upon responses provided by the EU C NUMBER G A BEL Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 57 Micronesia 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 60 Bermuda 2018 N 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Not FAO Member State; The figure is not available because the indicator—as defined for the global monitoring—does not apply to the circumstances of the specific country, and therefore is not reported N NUMBER G O BMU Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 61 Polynesia 2018 3 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 62 Central and Southern Asia 2018 3 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest E NUMBER G A NULL Region ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 64 Bhutan 2018 3 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A BTN Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 68 Bolivia (Plurinational State of) 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting A figure was not provided, or the method by which the figure was calculated is unknown NA NUMBER G O BOL Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 70 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2018 N 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting The figure is not available because the indicator—as defined for the global monitoring—does not apply to the circumstances of the specific country, and therefore is not reported C NUMBER G O BIH Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 72 Botswana 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A BWA Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 76 Brazil 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting NV = The figure has not been validated by the national statistical system for global reporting. C NUMBER G V BRA Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 84 Belize 2018 5 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A BLZ Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 86 Chagos Archipelago 2018 N 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Not FAO Member State; The figure is not available because the indicator—as defined for the global monitoring—does not apply to the circumstances of the specific country, and therefore is not reported N NUMBER G O IOT Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 90 Solomon Islands 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A SLB Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 92 British Virgin Islands 2018 N 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Not FAO Member State; The figure is not available because the indicator—as defined for the global monitoring—does not apply to the circumstances of the specific country, and therefore is not reported N NUMBER G O VGB Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 96 Brunei Darussalam 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting A figure was not provided, or the method by which the figure was calculated is unknown NA NUMBER G O BRN Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 100 Bulgaria 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Indicator developped upon responses provided by the EU C NUMBER G A BGR Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 104 Myanmar 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A MMR Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 108 Burundi 2018 5 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting Level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest C NUMBER G A BDI Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 112 Belarus 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting A figure was not provided, or the method by which the figure was calculated is unknown NA NUMBER G O BLR Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 116 Cambodia 2018 NaN 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - Country self-reporting A figure was not provided, or the method by which the figure was calculated is unknown NA NUMBER G O KHM Country ER_REG_SSFRAR 14.b.1 3033 Degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries (level of implementation: 1 lowest to 5 highest) 120 Cameroon 2018 4 2018 Questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - 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By these actions, Ranko CESIC committed: Count 2: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; Count 3: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute. (...) By these actions, Goran JELISIC committed: Count 4: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; Count 5: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute. (...) By these actions, Goran JELISIC committed: Count 6: a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR recognized by Article 3 of the Tribunal Statute and Article 3(1)(a) (murder) of the Geneva Conventions; Count 7: a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tribunal Statute.
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. , Goran JELISIC committed or aided and abetted: Count 1: CIDE, a crime recognized by Article 4(2)(a) of the Tribunal Statute. (...) IT-95-10-PT 5 Count 15: a CR E AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tri unal Statute. (...) IT-95-10-PT 6 Count 21: a CR E AGAINST HUMANITY recognized by Article 5(a) (murder) of the Tri unal Statute.
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Score: 557506.15 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/c...anko_981019_indictment_eng.pdf
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IT-94-2-I THE PROSECUTOR OF THE TRIBUNAL AGAINST DRAGAN NIKOLIC ALSO KNOWN AS "JENKI" NIKOLIC INDICTMENT Richard J Goldstone, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia ("the Tribunal") pursuant to his authority under Article 18 of the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia ("The Statute of the Tribunal"), charges Dragan NIKOLIC, also known as "Jenki" NIKOLIC, ("Dragan NIKOLIC"), believed to be from the town of Vlasenica in the Opstina of Vlasenica, Republic of Bosnia- Herzegovina, within the territory of the former Yugoslavia, with: Grave Breaches, of the Fourth Geneva Convention of 12 August 1949 Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War ("Geneva Convention") by committing prohibited acts against persons protected under the provisions of that Convention; Violations of the Laws or Customs of War, including those recognized by Article 3 of the Fourth Geneva Convention of 12 August 1949 Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War ("Geneva Convention"); and Crimes Against Humanity, being prohibited acts committed in armed conflict and directed against a civilian population; all committed at a place known as the Susica Camp, near the town of Vlasenica in the Opstina of Vlasenica, Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina in the territory of the former Yugoslavia ("Susica Camp"); all offences recognized by Articles 2, 3, and 5 of the Statute of the Tribunal, as is more particularly set out in the concise statement of the facts and recital of the crimes, as follows: 1.1 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Durmo HANDZIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 1.2 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Durmo HANDZIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 1.3 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Durmo HANDZIC, during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 2.1 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Asim ZILDZIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 2.2 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Asim ZILDZIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 2.3 From about 13 June 1992 to about 24 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Asim ZILDZIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.1 From about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Mevludin HATUNIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.2 Alternatively, from about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the infliction of inhuman treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Mevludin HATUNIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.3 From about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Mevludin HATUNIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.4 Alternatively, from about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the infliction of cruel treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults on Mevludin HATUNIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.5 From about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Mevludin HATUNIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 3.6 Alternatively, from about 3 July 1992 to about 7 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Mevludin HATUNIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 4.1 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 4.2 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 3 and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 4.3 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992 in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 5.1 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Dzevad SARIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 5.2 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Dzevad SARIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 3 and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 5.3 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992 in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Dzevad SARIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 6.1 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 6.2 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 3 and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 6.3 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992 in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Muharem KOLAREVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 7.1 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of a person with the surname ZEKIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 7.2 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of a person with the surname ZEKIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 3 and 7(3). 7.3 From about 19 June 1992 to about 26 June 1992 in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of a person with the surname ZEKIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(a) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.1 On or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful killing of Ismet DEDIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.2 Alternatively, on or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the infliction of inhuman treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Ismet DEDIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.3 On or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the murder of Ismet DEDIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.4 Alternatively, on or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the infliction of cruel treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults on Ismet DEDIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.5 On or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the murder of Ismet DEDIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(a) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 8.6 Alternatively, on or about 6 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Ismet DEDIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 9.1 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the infliction of inhuman treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Galib MUSIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 9.2 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the infliction of cruel treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults on Galib MUSIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 9.3 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Galib MUSIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 10.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 10.2 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 10.3 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(f) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 11.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful causing of great suffering, inflicted as a result of serious physical assaults, to Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 11.2 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment, inflicted as a result of serious physical assaults, of Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 11.3 From about 1 June 1992 to about 18 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults, of Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 12.1 From about 20 June 1992 to about 30 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Mubin MUSIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 12.2 From about 20 June 1992 to about 30 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Mubin MUSIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 12.3 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the torture, by use of a bayonet, of Mubin MUSIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(f) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 13.1 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the torture, by use of a pistol, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(b) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 13.2 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) by participating during a period of armed conflict in the torture, by use of a pistol, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 13.3 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the torture, by use of a pistol, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(f) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 14.1 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the causing of serious injury to body or health, occasioned by physical assaults resulting in disfigurement, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2(c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 14.2 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment by physical assaults resulting in disfigurement, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 14.3 From about 13 June 1992 to about 3 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults resulting in disfigurement, of Suad MAHMUTOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 15.1 On or about 13 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in wilfully causing great suffering, inflicted as a result of a serious physical assault, to Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 15.2 On or about 13 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment, consisting of a serious physical assault, of Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 15.3 On or about 13 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of a serious physical assault, on Sead AMBESKOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 16.1 On or about 14 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in wilfully causing great suffering, inflicted as a result of a serious physical assault causing serious disfigurement, to Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 16.2 On or about 14 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment, consisting of a serious physical assault causing disfigurement, of Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 16.3 On or about 14 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of a serious physical assault causing disfigurement, on Sead AMBESKOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 17.1 On or about 16 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in wilfully causing great suffering, inflicted as a result of a serious physical assault, to Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 17.2 On or about 16 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment, consisting of a serious physical assault, of Sead AMBESKOVIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 17.3 On or about 16 June 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of a serious physical assault, on Sead AMBESKOVIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 18.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 2 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the infliction of inhuman treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults, to Redjo CAKISIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(b) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 18.2 From about 1 June 1992 to about 2 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the cruel treatment, consisting of serious physical assaults, of Redjo CAKISIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 3 and 7(3). 18.3 From about 1 June 1992 to about 2 July 1992 in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of serious physical assaults, on Redjo CAKISIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(i) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 19.1 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the wilful causing of great suffering, inflicted as a result of a physical assault, to Hasna CAKISIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 2 (c) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 19.2 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July l992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC violated the Laws or Customs of War, contrary to Article 3(1)(c)of the Geneva Convention, by participating during a period of armed conflict in inflicting outrages upon the personal dignity, inflicted as a result of a physical assault, of Hasna CAKISIC, a person protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Article 3 of the Statute of the Tribunal. 19.3 From about 24 June 1992 to about 19 July 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts, consisting of a physical assault, to Hasna CAKISIC during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Article 5(i) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 20.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the unlawful confinement of more than 500 civilians, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were the following: Durmo HANDZIC, Asim ZILDZIC, Mevludin HATUNIC, Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, Dzevad SARIC, Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person with the surname ZEKIC, Ismet DEDIC, Galib MUSIC, Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, Mubin MUSIC, Suad MAHMUTOVIC, Sead AMBESKOVIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, the said civilians of the Vlasenica Opstinand surrounding areas, being persons protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(g) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 20.2 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating during a period of armed conflict in the imprisonment of more than 500 civilians, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were the following: Durmo HANDZIC, Asim ZILDZIC, Mevludin HATUNIC, Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, Dzevad SARIC, Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person with the surname ZEKIC, Ismet DEDIC, Galib MUSIC, Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, Mubin MUSIC, Suad MAHMUTOVIC, Sead AMBESKOVIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, the said civilians of the Vlasenica Opstinand surrounding areas, all during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(e) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 21.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the extensive appropriation of property not justified by military necessity and carried out unlawfully and wantonly, including but not limited to private property of persons detained at Susica Camp, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were Sead AMBESKOVIC, Mubin MUSIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, an offence recognized by Articles 2(d) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 21.2 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, violated the Laws or Customs of War, by participating during a period of armed conflict in the plunder of private property of persons detained at Susica Camp, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were Sead AMBESKOVIC, Mubin MUSIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, an offence recognized by Articles 3(e) and 7(3)of the Statute of the Tribunal. 22.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention by participating, during a period of armed conflict or occupation, in the unlawful transfer of civilians from Susica Camp to Batkovic Camp, the names of all of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were Mubin MUSIC, Suad MAHMUTOVIC, Sead AMBESKOVIC, and Redjo CAKISIC, all being persons protected by that Convention, an offence recognized by Articles 2(g) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 23.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, a period of armed conflict, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the acts of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in the persecution on political, racial and/or religious grounds of more than 500 civilians, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were the following: Durmo HANDZIC, Asim ZILDZIC, Mevludin HATUNIC, Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, Dzevad SARIC, Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person with the surname ZEKIC, Ismet DEDIC, Galib MUSIC, Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, Mubin MUSIC, Suad MAHMUTOVIC, Sead AMBESKOVIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, the said civilians of the Vlasenica Opstinand surrounding areas who were or believed to be the Muslims or non-Serbs of the region by maintaining a camp in which the said civilians were incarcerated, all during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(h) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. 24.1 From about 1 June 1992 to about 30 September 1992, in Susica Camp, Dragan NIKOLIC, by being a superior responsible for the act of a subordinate and by his own acts, committed a Crime against Humanity by participating in inhumane acts against more than 500 civilians, the names of most of whom cannot be ascertained but amongst them were the following: Durmo HANDZIC, Asim ZILDZIC, Mevludin HATUNIC, Rasid FERHATBEGOVIC, Dzevad SARIC, Muharem KOLAREVIC, a person with the surname ZEKIC, Ismet DEDIC, Galib MUSIC, Fikret "Cice" ARNAUT, Mubin MUSIC, Suad MAHMUTOVIC, Sead AMBESKOVIC, Redjo CAKISIC, and Hasna CAKISIC, the said civilians of the Vlasenica Opstinand surrounding areas, by endangering the health and welfare of detainees by providing inadequate food, endangering the health and welfare of detainees by providing living conditions failing to meet minimal basic standards, and by creating an atmosphere where detainees feared for their personal safety, during a period of armed conflict and as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population, an offence recognized by Articles 5(i) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. ________________________________ Richard J.
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