Rome statute of the international criminal court the text of the rome statute reproduced herein was originally circulated as document a conf183 9 of 17 july 1998 and corrected by procs verbaux of 10 november 1998 12 july 1999 30 november 1999 8 may 2000 17 january 2001 and 16 january 2002. Article 5 of the 1998 rome statute establishing the international criminal court icc provides a list of the crimes over which the court has jurisdiction these include genocide crimes against humanity war crimes and the crime of aggression articles 6 7 8 of the statute define the first three . The rome statute of the international criminal court defines more than ninety crimes genocide other crimes against humanity war crimes and aggression and gives rise to countless questions of interpretation for students scholars and practitioners of international law. The rome statute of the international criminal court is a milestone in the international communitys fight to end impunity for war crimes genocide and crimes against humanity. Leena grover interpreting crimes in the rome statute of the international criminal court noora arajrvi the changing nature of customary international law methods of interpreting the concept of custom in international criminal tribunals
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