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The ICTY was established in 1993 as a temporary institution, set up for the specific purpose of investigating crimes committed during the wars in the former Yugoslavia and prosecuting those responsible. This was done at a time when the domestic judicial systems in the former Yugoslavia were not able or willing to do so themselves. Aim is to complete all appeals and disband the tribunal by the end of 2014.
Recognizing that serious violations of humanitarian law were committed in Rwanda, and acting under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, the Security Council created the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) by resolution 955 of 8 November 1994.
United Nations Treaty Site contains the treaty guide "Multilateral Treaties Deposited with the Secretary General", as well as the full text of all treaties appearing in the United Nations Treaty Series (UNTS), the League of Nations Treaty Series, and the text of recently deposited multilateral treaties. (Web)
Westlaw database (identifier is UKCA-CRIM) that contains current awareness documents covering criminal evidence, criminal law, sentencing, criminal procedure, extradition, penology, and the police in the United Kingdom. Coverage includes the most recent 90 days.