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- International law : The formal conduct of interactions between nation-states, both at the national level and on behalf of their citizens; generally accepted as first formalized by Hugo Grotius.
- Hostis humani generis : A legal principle that certain acts, such as piracy, slavery and genocide, puts one outside the norms of civilization and makes one an "enemy of all mankind", subject to early forms of universal jurisdiction or summary action
- Murder : The unlawful killing of another human being without justification or excuse.
- The Holocaust : Nazi Germany's systematic economic exploitation, followed by killing, of European Jews and others deemed racial and ideological enemies
- Armenian Genocide : The massacre of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire; especially the deaths of Armenians from Anatolia during World War I.
- Bangladesh genocide : the systematic mass killings that resulted in the secession of East Pakistan to form Bangladesh in 1971.
- Khmer Rouge : An extreme Marxist guerrilla movement, and then genocidal government, of Cambodia.
- International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia : Add brief definition or description
- International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda : Created by the United Nations Security Council, an international humanitarian law tribunal established to try Rwandan citizens for 1994 violence in Rwanda and neighboring countries, principally between the Hutu and Tutsi ethnic groups
- Extrajudicial detention : The policy and practice of holding prisoners captive without judicial authority to do so, or without a recognized authority under international law, such capture of prisoners of war
- International Military Tribunal (Nuremberg) : Conducted by the four major Allied powers in Europe, this proceeding tried the designated Major War Criminals of Nazi Germany, as well as determining whether certain Nazi organizations were to be considered as criminal conspiracies to which membership was a crime
- International Criminal Court : A permanent tribunal, established by treaty among over 120 nations but not part of the United Nations, for trying individuals for crimes against humanity; a number of major countries do not accept its authority
- Nuremberg Military Tribunals : A set of twelve trials of officials of Nazi Germany, conducted by the United States in its zone of occupation of Germany, following the International Military Tribunal (Nuremberg)
- Universal jurisdiction : A concept in international law that allows a nation to prosecute an individual charged with offenses against humanity, with no requirement that the defendant or victim be a national of the Requesting State or indeed, that there are any links to the Requesting State and the defendant