How the element of special intent in the definition of genocide could be proved.
What the elements of crimes against humanity were, in particular extermination and other inhuman acts.
How the probative value of testimonies by family members or friends of the accused was to be assessed.
What a conviction for failure to prevent the commission of a crime or to punish the perpetrators thereof under Article 6(3) of the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda required.
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