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U.N. court orders Turkey to release imprisoned judge

The U. N. Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals said in a ruling on Tuesday that as a U. N Akay enjoyed diplomatic immunity and his imprisonment violated judicial independence. DNA, 3 weeks ago
Court urged to report Turkey to UN for jailing judge Business Standard, 1 week ago
UN legal panel orders Turkey to release judge News on Air, 3 weeks ago

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Duterte says he'll set aside sea feud ruling against China

The Philippine president said today he would "set aside" a ruling by an international arbitration tribunal that invalidated Beijings claims to most of the busy South China Sea, because he doesnt want to impose on China. President Rodrigo Duterte made the ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Gambia announces plans to stay in International Criminal Court

Gambia's new government has told the United Nations it will remain in the International Criminal Court (ICC), state media reported on Monday, reversing the previous administration's plan to withdraw from the tribunal.
 DNA1 week ago

Rehabilitators of Bangladesh war criminals will now be tried: Hasina

Dhaka, Dec 15 (IANS) Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said it is time to try those who had sided with and rehabilitated the war criminals of the 1971 liberation struggle, a media reported on Thursday. The Awami League President made the ...
 Sify2 months ago

Churkin’s promise: why the solution to the MH17 case may lie with a forgotten legal precedent from 1905

Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, has died of a heart attack . Churkin was famous for clashing with his US counterpart Samantha Power over Russia’s bombing of Aleppo, and when Russia vetoed a a United Nations Security ...
 catchnews.com6 days ago

Confirmed! 'Raees' not to release in Pakistan

Pakistani fans, who were eagerly waiting to catch SRK-Mahira Khan starrer 'Raees' on the big screens, have been left disappointed by the board as the flick will not be releasing in the country.The reason for the dismissal is its "inappropriate" portrayal of ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Bangladesh: 45 years after liberation, justice & reconciliation remain elusive

On this day 45 years ago, Bangladesh seceded from Pakistan as a sovereign, independent republic, thanks to Indias military intervention. Independence came at a huge cost, though. Nearly three million people were killed and many left scarred for life due to ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Human Rights Day: NHRC desperately needs more teeth, says former CJI Sathasivam

Former Chief Justice of India, and the current Governor of Kerala, P Sathasivam on 10 November said that National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) lacked authority to execute its recommendations. Sathasivam was speaking on the occasion of National Human Rights ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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