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It is alleged that "between June 1992 and July 1993, Pasko Ljubicic individually and in concert with members of the HVO Military Police who were under his command and control, and with members of the HVO, planned, instigated, ordered committed or otherwise aided and abetted in the planning, preparation, or execution of a crime against humanity by persecuting Bosnian Muslims on political, racial, or religious grounds throughout the municipalities of Vitez and Busovaca, or knew or had reason to know that subordinates were about to do the same, or had done so, and failed to take the necessary and reasonable measures to prevent such acts or to punish the perpetrators thereof". Also according to the indictment, persecutions were perpetrated by the widespread and systematic attacks on towns and villages inhabited by Bosnian Muslims within the municipalities of Vitez and Busovaca.
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Score: 858753.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...nal-tribunal-former-yugoslavia
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It is alleged that "between June 1992 and July 1993, Pasko Ljubicic individually and in concert with members of the HVO Military Police who were under his command and control, and with members of the HVO, planned, instigated, ordered committed or otherwise aided and abetted in the planning, preparation, or execution of a crime against humanity by persecuting Bosnian Muslims on political, racial, or religious grounds throughout the municipalities of Vitez and Busovaca, or knew or had reason to know that subordinates were about to do the same, or had done so, and failed to take the necessary and reasonable measures to prevent such acts or to punish the perpetrators thereof". Also according to the indictment, persecutions were perpetrated by the widespread and systematic attacks on towns and villages inhabited by Bosnian Muslims within the municipalities of Vitez and Busovaca.
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Score: 858753.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/2632
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It is alleged that "between June 1992 and July 1993, Pasko Ljubicic individually and in concert with members of the HVO Military Police who were under his command and control, and with members of the HVO, planned, instigated, ordered committed or otherwise aided and abetted in the planning, preparation, or execution of a crime against humanity by persecuting Bosnian Muslims on political, racial, or religious grounds throughout the municipalities of Vitez and Busovaca, or knew or had reason to know that subordinates were about to do the same, or had done so, and failed to take the necessary and reasonable measures to prevent such acts or to punish the perpetrators thereof". According to the indictment, persecutions were perpetrated by the widespread and systematic attacks on towns and villages inhabited by Bosnian Muslims within the municipalities of Vitez and Busovaca.
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Score: 858753.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/2653
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It is alleged that "between June 1992 and July 1993, Pasko Ljubicic individually and in concert with members of the HVO Military Police who were under his command and control, and with members of the HVO, planned, instigated, ordered committed or otherwise aided and abetted in the planning, preparation, or execution of a crime against humanity by persecuting Bosnian Muslims on political, racial, or religious grounds throughout the municipalities of Vitez and Busovaca, or knew or had reason to know that subordinates were about to do the same, or had done so, and failed to take the necessary and reasonable measures to prevent such acts or to punish the perpetrators thereof". According to the indictment, persecutions were perpetrated by the widespread and systematic attacks on towns and villages inhabited by Bosnian Muslims within the municipalities of Vitez and Busovaca.
Language:English
Score: 858753.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...gainst-pasko-ljubicic-unsealed
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These grounds of appeal are therefore rejected. D. "Widespread or systematic" nature of the attack: According to the Appellants, even if accepted, the evidence of the crimes committed against the non-Serb civilians would not suffice to conclude that the attack was widespread or systematic, due to its restricted character both in terms of significance and quantity. The Appellants add that in legal terms the attack must be widespread and systematic. However, the Appeals Chamber considers that the Trial Chamber correctly defined the adjective "widespread" as referring inter alia to the number of victims of the attack and to its being carried out on a wide scale and the adjective "systematic" as referring to the organised or repetitive character of the acts of violence. (...) Kovac The Appellant argues that the Trial Chamber should have taken into account the fact that he had no intention to harm Muslims, nor the knowledge that his actions formed part of a widespread and systematic attack. Before the sentencing proceedings, the Trial Chamber had already accepted these factors as being proved beyond all reasonable doubt, resulting in a conviction.
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Score: 856881.7 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/3000
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These grounds of appeal are therefore rejected. D. “Widespread or systematic” nature of the attack: According to the Appellants, even if accepted, the evidence of the crimes committed against the non-Serb civilians would not suffice to conclude that the attack was widespread or systematic, due to its restricted character both in terms of significance and quantity. The Appellants add that in legal terms the attack must be widespread and systematic. However, the Appeals Chamber considers that the Trial Chamber correctly defined the adjective “widespread” as referring inter alia to the number of victims of the attack and to its being 4 carried out on a wide scale and the adjective “systematic” as referring to the organised or repetitive character of the acts of violence. (...) Kova~ The Appellant argues that the Trial Chamber should have taken into account the fact that he had no intention to harm Muslims, nor the knowledge that his actions formed part of a widespread and systematic attack. Before the sentencing proceedings, the Trial Chamber had already accepted these factors as being proved beyond all reasonable doubt, resulting in a conviction.
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Score: 856881.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...c_Kovac_Vukovic_summary_en.pdf
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These grounds of appeal are therefore rejected. D. "Widespread or systematic" nature of the attack: According to the Appellants, even if accepted, the evidence of the crimes committed against the non-Serb civilians would not suffice to conclude that the attack was widespread or systematic, due to its restricted character both in terms of significance and quantity. The Appellants add that in legal terms the attack must be widespread and systematic. However, the Appeals Chamber considers that the Trial Chamber correctly defined the adjective "widespread" as referring inter alia to the number of victims of the attack and to its being carried out on a wide scale and the adjective "systematic" as referring to the organised or repetitive character of the acts of violence. (...) Kovac The Appellant argues that the Trial Chamber should have taken into account the fact that he had no intention to harm Muslims, nor the knowledge that his actions formed part of a widespread and systematic attack. Before the sentencing proceedings, the Trial Chamber had already accepted these factors as being proved beyond all reasonable doubt, resulting in a conviction.
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Score: 856881.7 - https://www.icty.org/en/sid/8095
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These grounds of appeal are therefore rejected. D. "Widespread or systematic" nature of the attack: According to the Appellants, even if accepted, the evidence of the crimes committed against the non-Serb civilians would not suffice to conclude that the attack was widespread or systematic, due to its restricted character both in terms of significance and quantity. The Appellants add that in legal terms the attack must be widespread and systematic. However, the Appeals Chamber considers that the Trial Chamber correctly defined the adjective "widespread" as referring inter alia to the number of victims of the attack and to its being carried out on a wide scale and the adjective "systematic" as referring to the organised or repetitive character of the acts of violence. (...) Kovac The Appellant argues that the Trial Chamber should have taken into account the fact that he had no intention to harm Muslims, nor the knowledge that his actions formed part of a widespread and systematic attack. Before the sentencing proceedings, the Trial Chamber had already accepted these factors as being proved beyond all reasonable doubt, resulting in a conviction.
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Score: 856881.7 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...ac-kovac-and-vukovic-foca-case
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But there is also a widespread sense of precariousness in the world today—in livelihoods, in personal security, in the environment and in global politics. (...) Real progress on human development, then, is not only a matter of enlarging people’s critical choices and their ability to be educated, be healthy, have a reasonable standard of living and feel safe. It is also a matter of how secure these achievements are and whether conditions are sufficient for sustained human development.
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Score: 855680.7 - https://sdgs.un.org/ru/node/17885
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Furthermore, the attack was widespread and systematic, as demonstrated, inter alia, by the extended period over which the crimes were committed (between April 2012 and January 2013), the high number of reported victims, the means employed to commit the crimes and the structures set ICC-01/12-01/18-2-tENG 14-05-2018 5/11 EC PT No. (...) Furthermore, there are reasonable grounds to believe that he knew the crimes alleged were part of a systematic and widespread attack against the civilian population of Timbuktu. The Chamber also finds that there are reasonable grounds to believe that he was aware of both the existence of the non-international armed conflict taking place in Mali and the fact that the persons victimized by the alleged crimes were civilians.
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Score: 854104.5 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2018_02547.PDF
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