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Gambia’s request to the ICJ for 'provisional measures' can sound like modest, polite legal parlance.... The request is in fact an urgent cry to the world to end impunity and punish genocide in Myanmar.
Aung San Suu Kyi is set to face the International Court of Justice next week to defend Myanmar against charges it committed genocide against the Muslim minority risks further damaging her already tattered overseas reputation
(UPDATED) The International Court of Justice 'finds that it has jurisdiction' in the case which was filed by Iran in 2016
Palestine has filed a lawsuit against the US at the International Court of Justice 'for violating international law by moving its embassy in Israel to the occupied city of Jerusalem'
The International Commission of Jurists also urges President Rodrigo Duterte to 'retract his comments and to refrain in the future from making any statements attacking individual judges or in any way interfering with the independence of the judiciary'
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The International Commission of Jurists says President Rodrigo Duterte's justification for making the decision is 'a litany of poorly thought out pseudo-legal arguments and self-serving statements'
In a statement, the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) says it is concerned that the decision to target Rappler 'may have been retaliatory and politically motivated'
The UN s highest court will rule on whether to take up a case brought by the tiny Marshall Islands against India Pakistan and Britain for allegedly failing to halt the nuclear arms race
The International Commission of Jurists expresses concern over President Rodrigo Duterte s statements that appear to be encouraging extrajudicial killings of those involved in drugs
Soldiers are allowed to detain suspects without arrest warrants and they are not covered by laws monitoring police abuses
The move marks the second legal action taken by Bolivia against Chile at the Netherlands based court that oversees disputes between countries
But Philippine Supreme Court Justice Antonio Carpio warns: We should steel ourselves that this will be a long struggle
Despite the filing of the second appeal for judicial review the execution of convicted drug courier Mary Jane Veloso may still push through
A whaling fleet anchors at a Japanese port after Tokyo said it would cancel its annual hunt for the first time in more than 25 years to abide by a UN court ruling
Tokyo said it would honor the ruling shortly after it was handed down by the International Court of Justice but did not rule out the possibility of future whaling programs
San Jose alleges Managua is seeking to have oil exploration work done in Costa Rican waters
Peru said it drew satisfaction from the world court s ruling in which it was handed a part of the fish rich Pacific Ocean
SC Associate Justice Antonio Carpio says the Philippines will likely appeal to world opinion as its only remaining recourse against China s claim over the West Philippine Sea
Thailand and Cambodia are to face off at the UN s highest court Monday April 15 in a dispute over land surrounding a flashpoint temple