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Includes murder, extermination, enslavement, deportation, and other inhumane acts
Offenses within the ICC’s jurisdiction fall within three categories: genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
If captured, paramilitaries are to receive the protections of the Geneva Conventions accorded to all prisoners of war.
Subjecting prisoners to physical mutilation or scientific experiments is a grave breach.
Prisoners of war must be “honorably buried” in graves that bear information about them.
Every State is under the legal obligation to search for and prosecute those in their territory suspected of war crimes.
Direct and public incitement to commit genocide is punishable.
Imprisonment is in violation of the fundamental rules of international law.