Elements of War Crimes under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: Sources and Commentary

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Table of cases by jurisdiction

Arranged in alphabetical order of Tribunal (except for the Leipzig Trials which immediately precede War Crimes Trials and National Courts which come at the end).

Apart from IACiHR and ECiHR cases almost all the decisions referred to in the text have been reported in full or digest form in the Annual Digest and Reports of Public International Cases (AD) (now referred to as International Law Reports), vols. 1–16, or in the International Law Reports (ILR). ILR references are included as appropriate in this Table.


European Commission of Human Rights

1967

X v. Austria, 7 February 1967, Application No. 2370/64 (COM) (22 Collection of Decisions of the European Commission of Human Rights) 425

1970

The Greek case, 15 March 1970 ((1972) 12 Yearbook of the Convention on Human Rights) 51, 53, 60, 61, 67, 320, 321

1973

East African Asians v. UK, Commission's report of 14 December 1973, Application Nos. 4403/70 ff. (3 EHRR 1973) 322

X v. FRG, Decision of 11 July 1973, No. 6038/73 ((1973) 44 Collection of Decisions of the European Commission of Human Rights) 68

1975

X v. Austria, Decision of 29 May 1975 on the admissibility of the application, E 6185/73 (COM), Application No. 6185/73 (2 Decisions and Reports) 419

1977

Dieter Haase v. Federal Republic of Germany, Commission's Report of 12 July 1977, Application No. 7412/76 (11 Decisions and Reports) 425

1978

G. Ensslin, A. Baader and J. Raspe v. Federal Republic of Germany, Decision of 8 July 1978 on the admissibility of the applications, Applications Nos. 7572/76, 7586/76 and 7587/76 (14 Decisions and Reports) 68

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