1. Crimes against the world
Namely: planning, preparing, initiating or waging a war of aggression or a war in violation of international treaties, agreements or assurances.
2. War crimes
Namely: violation of the laws or customs of warfare. These violations include killing, torturing or taking into slavery or for other purposes the civilian population of the occupied territory; killing or torturing prisoners of war or persons at sea; hostage killings; robbery of public or private property; senseless destruction of towns or villages; ruin unjustified by military necessity, and other crimes.
3. Crimes against humanity
Namely: murder, extermination, enslavement, exile and other atrocities committed against the civilian population before or during the war, or persecution on political, racial or religious grounds for the purpose of committing or in connection with any crime subject to the jurisdiction of the Tribunal, regardless of whether these acts were in violation of the internal law of the country where they were committed or not.