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United Nations Security Council Resolution 955 (1994) on the establishment of an International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and adoption of the Statute of the Tribunal, 8th November 1994 (UN Doc S/RES/955(1994)), OXIO 124

United Nations Security Council Resolution 955 (1994) on the establishment of an International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and adoption of the Statute of the Tribunal, 8th November 1994 (UN Doc S/RES/955(1994)), OXIO 124

United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda [ICTR]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 20 July 2019

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Armed conflict, non-international — Genocide — ae5ae64f-6d71-1014-90bf-c1927c3ed365
1. Whether the United Nations Security Council had the power to establish an international tribunal under Chapter VII of the United Nation’s Charter 2. How the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda was to be defined and what the repercussions of this would be for international humanitarian law and international criminal law. This headnote pertains to: United Nations Security Council Resolution 955 (1994) on the establishment of an International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and adoption of the Statute of the Tribunal , an act of an...
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