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2000; Neue Juristische Wochenschrift (2001) 1848 64 Israel Attorney-General of Israel v. Demjanjuk Israel Supreme Court, Crim. App. No. 1993 43, 56, 69 Attorney-General of Israel v. Eichmann (1968) 36 ILR 5 (DC) 38, 55, 85, 173, 176, 191, 192 Attorney-General of Israel v. 1997; Rassegna Giustizia Militare Nos. 1998; Rassegna Giustizia Militare Nos. 1998; Rassegna Giustizia Militare Nos. 4-5-6 (1999) 145-196 55 Netherlands Bouterse (2000) 51 Nederlandse Jurisprudentie 302 433 Gerbsch XIII LRTWC 131 334 Menten 75 ILR 362 196 Rohrig, Brunner and Heinze (1950) 17 ILR 393 43 South Africa Azanian People’s Organization (AZAPO) and others v.
43 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 An alternative description of customary international law dispenses with the need for opinio iuris, relying on the constant and uniform practice of States (Maurice Mendelson, ‘The Formation of Customary Law’ (1998) 272 Hague Recueil 159). g. para. 3(g) of the Definition on Aggression in GA res. 2; and see Mendelson, ‘The Formation of Customary Law’, ch. 5. Vladimir Djuro-Degan, ‘On the Sources of International Criminal Law’ (2005) 4 Chinese Journal of International Law 45 at 67.
2004, see Sesay et al. Ch. 2005 362 Prosecutor v. Taylor (Case No. Ch. 2004 151 European Court of Human Rights Al-Adsani v. United Kingdom 424 App. No. 35763/97; (2002) 34 EHRR 11;  ECHR 761 Aydin v. Turkey Decision of 25 November 1997; (1998) 25 EHRR 251;  ECHR 75 207, 208 Bordovskiy v. 2005;  ECHR 66 78 Bozano v. 1986; (1986) 9 EHRR 297;  ECHR 16 84 Chahal v. 1996; (1996) 23 EHRR 413;  ECHR 54 86 Fischer v. 2001,  ECHR 5 67 Gradinger v. 1995; Series A 328-C;  ECHR 36 67 Ireland v.