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Prijedor, Prosecutor v Tadić (Duško), Appeal Judgment, Case No IT-94-1-A, ICL 93 (ICTY 1999), 15th July 1999, United Nations [UN]; United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]; Appeals Chamber [ICTY]

Prijedor, Prosecutor v Tadić (Duško), Appeal Judgment, Case No IT-94-1-A, ICL 93 (ICTY 1999), 15th July 1999, United Nations [UN]; United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]; Appeals Chamber [ICTY]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 26 February 2020

What was the most appropriate test for determining whether a group or individual was acting as a de facto State organ for the purposes of establishing State responsibility.

What were the prerequisites for the applicability of the grave breaches provisions of Article 2 of the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

Whether crimes against humanity have been committed for purely personal motives.

Whether crimes against humanity Must have been committed with discriminatory intent.

What was the nature of collective criminality under customary international law.

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