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Main Text1false, Part Four: Crimes Against Humanity

From: Principles of International Criminal Law (3rd Edition)

Gerhard Werle, Florian Jeßberger

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Crimes against humanity — Mens rea — Armed conflict, international — Murder — Extermination — Enslavement and forced labour — Imprisonment — Torture — Rape and sexual violence — Apartheid
866 Kai Ambos and Steffen Wirth, ‘The Current Law of Crimes Against Humanity’, 13 Criminal Law Forum (2002), 1; M. Cherif Bassiouni, Crimes Against Humanity, Historical Evolution and Contemporary Application (2011); Machtheld Boot, Rodney Dixon, and Christopher K. Hall, ‘Article 7’, in Otto Triffterer (ed.), Commentary on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Observers’ Notes, Article by Article, 2nd edn (2008), 159; Antonio Cassese, ‘Crimes Against Humanity’, in Antonio Cassese, Paola Gaeta, and John R.W.D. Jones (eds), The Rome Statute of the...
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