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The ad hoc international criminal tribunals addressing the mass atrocities involving such extraordinary crimes like genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes have developed a delicate and intricate judicial scheme of 'delayed disclosure.' Against the backdrop of the unique gravity of egregious atrocities, 'delayed disclosure' aims at respecting the fundamental interests of both the accused and the witnesses, which has turned out to be an exceptionally challenging judicial exercise.doi:10.14330/jeail.2016.9.1.03 fatcat:7jafndwzgvgp5ggk5mp7oapxxa