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Butare, Prosecutor v Nyiramasuhuko (Pauline) and ors, Decision on the Prosecutor's Motion for Judicial Notice and Admission of Evidence, Case No ICTR 98-42-T, ICL 402 (ICTR 2002), 15th May 2002, United Nations [UN]; United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda [ICTR]; Trial Chamber II [ICTR]

Butare, Prosecutor v Nyiramasuhuko (Pauline) and ors, Decision on the Prosecutor's Motion for Judicial Notice and Admission of Evidence, Case No ICTR 98-42-T, ICL 402 (ICTR 2002), 15th May 2002, United Nations [UN]; United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda [ICTR]; Trial Chamber II [ICTR]

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

To what extent factors were to be taken into account when deciding whether to judicially notice adjudicated facts and facts of common knowledge.

Whether facts that did not meet the threshold of the rules on judicial notice could still be judicially noticed by the Tribunal under general evidentiary rules.

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