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

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Table of cases by alphabetical order

For full citation see Table of cases by jurisdiction

The Abbaye Ardenne Case (post-WW II trials), see K. Meyer Case

Abdulmassih and Bulus v. Sweden (ECiHR) 68

Adolf v. Austria (ECiHR) 430

Akayesu Case (ICTR-96-4-A) (ICTR), Appeals Chamber, Judgment 392, 393

Akayesu Case (ICTR-96-4-T) (ICTR), Judgment 30, 40, 41, 43, 52, 56, 78, 79, 135, 328, 333, 334, 336, 340, 341, 342, 378, 384, 386, 387, 390, 392, 393, 441

Akdivar and Others v. Turkey (ECtHR) 69

Akkoc v. Turkey (ECtHR) 51, 61

Aksoy v. Turkey (ECtHR) 51, 53

Albert and Le Compte Case (ECtHR) 425

Aleksovski Case (IT-95-14/1-A) (ICTY), Appeals Chamber, Judgment 24, 31, 319

Aleksovski Case (IT-95-14/1-T) (ICTY), Judgment 26, 316, 318, 319, 323

Aleksovski Case (IT-95-14/I-PT) (ICTY), Prosecutor's Closing Brief 65, 70, 77, 79, 316

Almelo Trial (post-WW II trials) 40, 41

Altstötter and Others Case (post-WW II trials) 35, 103, 105

Amberger Trial (post-WW II trials), see Dreierwalde Case

A.P. v. Italy (Communication No. 204/1986) (UNHRC) 437

Arzuada Gilboa v. Uruguay (Communication No. 147/1983) (UNHRC) 54, 323

Austria v. Italy (ECiHR/Committee of Ministers) 430

W. Awochi Case (post-WW II trials) 329, 339

Aydin v. Turkey (ECtHR) 53

P. Back Case (post-WW II trials) 187, 192

Bahamonde v. Equatorial Guinea (Communication No. 468/1991) (UNHRC) 413, 414

Barzhig v. France (Communication No. 327/1988) (UNHRC) 430

C. Baus Case (post-WW II trials) 94

Belilos Case (ECtHR) 417

Belsen Trial (post-WW II trials) 40

Benthem Case (ECtHR) 414

Berry v. Jamaica (Communication No. 330/1988) (UNHRC) 435

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