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Water Wars: Bolivia Suing Chile for 'Stealing' H2O

Bolivia and Chile have been spatting over access to the sea for years, and the two sides are now involved in another legal battle over water.Bolivia has announced it will file a new lawsuit against Chile before the International Court of Justice, or...
by Actualité Distincte on Mar 28, 2016

Water Wars: Bolivia Suing Chile for 'Stealing' H2O

Bolivia and Chile have been spatting over access to the sea for years, and the two sides are now involved in another legal battle over water.Bolivia has announced it will file a new lawsuit against Chile before the International Court of Justice, or...
by N3WS on Mar 28, 2016

Timor-Leste appreciates the work of the International Court of Justice

ETLJB 16/11/2015 Government of East Timor Press Release Dili 11 November 2015 - On the occasion of the presentation of the Report of the International Court of Justice to the United Nations,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for...

International Court Judge: Dick Cheney Will Face Trial for War Crimes

A former judge at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) said former US Vice President Dick Cheney should – and eventually will – stand trial for war crimes for his role in the Iraq War."Some of us have long thought that Cheney and a n...
by Actualité Distincte on Jul 8, 2015

Japan Says It Will Resume Whaling Off Antarctica

Japan officials said the whaling, which they say is for research, would be redesigned to address objections raised by an international court.
by Eastasianews on Apr 18, 2014

Japan Cancels Whale Hunt Off Antarctica After Ruling

The hunt is not widely popular in Japan, but it is backed by nationalistic lawmakers who paint opponents as trampling Japanese culture.    ...
by Eastasianews on Apr 3, 2014

A Whale of A Victory

Japanese whaling in the Antarctic Ocean has been ruled illegal by the International Court of Justice!http://antarcticocean.org/Greenpeace has won its fight to save the Whales from Japanese Whaling.

Supporting Jonathan In 2011 Was A Stupid Mistake That Mustn’t Be Repeated – Northern Elders

Professor Ango Abdullahi hads emphatically stated that electing President Goodluck Jonathan in 2011 was a political blunder that was not to be repeated by the North in 2015. The previous Vice-Chancellor of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria made his...

Pope should be tried over the church’s sex abuse scandals: Corrigan, Gang rape in Cambodia, George: Any ties to sexual abuse could disqualify papal candidate

- Pope should be tried over the church’s sex abuse scandals: Corrigan- Cardinals Start to Ponder Subtleties of a Big Task- George: Any ties to sexual abuse could disqualify papal candidate- Gang rape widespread in Cambodia Pope should be tried ove...

Inappropriate Use of the Fourth Geneva Convention

The truth about the Geneva Convention, Article 49, used incorrectly to malign and accuse Israel of wrongdoing. It is important to know the answers and here they are.by Eli E. Hertz    Background: Article 49 of the Geneva Convention The language of...
by Iran Aware on Feb 13, 2013

Bridge-Building in the City of Peace & Justice

One of the most interesting aspects of living in The Hague is its international flavor. Today I’m not referring simply to the large number of people living here who come from other lands. I’m talking about its strong ties to global issue...
by Adventures in Expat Land on May 8, 2012

Bringing Scarborough Shoal issue to International Court is right move; Sen. Enrile

Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile said yesterday that the move of the DFA to reiterate the invitation for China to bring the issue of Scarborough Shoal to the International Tribunal is the right thing to do. "Now, I think the strategy that we ado...


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