Multiplicity of victims
|Appeal Judgement - 28.11.2007||
NAHIMANA et al. (Media case)
924. The Appeals Chamber considers that, except for extermination, a crime need not be carried out against a multiplicity of victims in order to constitute a crime against humanity. Thus an act directed against a limited number of victims, or even against a single victim, can constitute a crime against humanity, provided it forms part of a widespread or systematic attack against a civilian population.
 Extermination requires a great number of victims: Stakić Appeal Judgement, para. 259; Ntakirutimana Appeal Judgement, paras. 521-522.
 Deronjić Appeal Judgement, para. 109; Kordić and Čerkez Appeal Judgement, para. 94; Blaškić Appeal Judgement, para. 101; Kunarac et al. Appeal Judgement, para. 96.