A considerable number and variety of international crimes are provided for by multilateral treaty1. They range from war crimes, crimes relating to slavery, crimes associated with terrorism, crimes associated with political repression, and crimes against the safety of United Nations personnel to crimes relating to or associated with organised crime and crimes relating to corrupt practices2. A few of these crimes are also separately crimes under customary international law3. Each treaty makes provision for modes of responsibility for
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