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Special tribunal

A special tribunal is a criminal court set up on an ad-hoc basis by the United Nations. It is generally set up to investigate core international crimes – war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide – in a specific conflict. To date special tribunals have been set up to prosecute crimes in the former Yugoslavia (1993), in Rwanda (1994), in Cambodia (2003) and in Lebanon (2005).

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