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    What are the provisions of the Rome Statute for the arrangement of awards to victims by the international criminal court (ICC)?

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    Article 75 (2) of the Rome Statute provides that the international criminal court (ICC) may order a convicted person to make reparations directly to victims or ...

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    Article 75 (2) of the Rome Statute's ramifications are noted and the details are provided.

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