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Prosecutor v Ngirabatware (Augustin), Pre-Trial decision on Prosecution’s motion for special protective measures for prosecution witnesses and others, Case no ICTR-99-54-T, ICL 962 (ICTR 2009), 6th May 2009, United Nations [UN]; United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda [ICTR]; Trial Chamber II [ICTR]

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What role the place of residence of a witness could play, as far as the adoption of protective measures was concerned.

Whether family members of identified witnesses could be subject to protective measures.

Under which circumstances potential witnesses may be subject to protective measures.

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