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ICJ lacks jurisdiction over case on Ukraine’s pro-Russians, Crimea’s ethnic group: Moscow
Russia says the International Court of Justice (ICJ) lacks jurisdiction over a case filed by neighboring Ukraine against Moscow over its purported funding of pro-Russian separatists in volatile eastern Ukraine and alleged discrimination against an ethnic group in the Crimea Peninsula.
Qatar accuses UAE of ‘violence and hatred’ at ICJ
Qatar accused the United Arab Emirates Wednesday of a “campaign of violence and hatred” against its citizens, urging the International Court of Justice to quash a case brought by Abu Dhabi.
ICJ rules Iran’s legal bid to recover $2bn frozen in US can proceed
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled that Iran can proceed with a legal action to recover billions of dollars in frozen assets that the United States says must be paid to purported American survivors and relatives of victims of attacks spuriously blamed on the Islamic Republic.
Iran: US must lift sanctions on food, medicine as per ICJ ruling
Iran said the US must lift its cruel sanctions that affect exports of humanitarian goods, including food and medicine, to Iran based on an October ruling by the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
Iran: US sanction threat breaches ICJ ruling
Iran’s United Nations envoy said the United States’ threat of imposing more sanctions on the Islamic Republic violates both the Amity pact between the countries and a UN court ruling against Washington.
Iran urges int’l community to abide by ICJ ruling against US
Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations urged the international community to abide by an order issued by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) earlier this month against US sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Iran: US trying to escape accountability at ICJ
Rome Appeal Court rejects US appeal to seize Iran’s property
Iran slams US 'outlaw regime' for quitting another treaty
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the United States government has proven its reputation as an "outlaw regime" by quitting yet another international treaty out of spite for Iran.
ICJ to hear Iran's challenge against US sanctions on Monday
Iran's legal challenge against renewed sanctions by the United States goes before the UN's top court Monday.
ICJ to hear Iran’s lawsuit against US in August
The UN’s top court said Thursday it will hold hearings next month in a battle between Iran and the United States, after President Donald Trump reimposed sanctions on the Islamic Republic.

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