International Court Of Justice News
Greece’s government said it will be represented at the International Court of Justice at The Hague in relation to a claim for German war reparations by relatives of victims of a massacre in a Greek village during World War II.
Jordan’s King Abdullah appointed Awn al-Khasawneh, a former judge at the International Court of Justice, as prime minister after accepting the Cabinet’s resignation.
Tossing out an ambassador, suspending defense ties and boosting Turkey’s naval presence in the eastern Mediterranean won’t be Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s last word in his most recent showdown with Israel.
Thailand will start talks with Cambodia to withdraw troops from a disputed area surrounding an ancient temple to comply with a demilitarized zone drawn up by a United Nations court, Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya said.
When Mahmoud Abbas walks to the podium of the General Assembly today to ask for United Nations acceptance of Palestine for membership, he knows his bid cannot succeed. He’s going ahead anyway.
Turkey plans to challenge Israel’s blockade of the Gaza Strip at the International Court of Justice, dismissing a United Nations report that said it was legal.
Cyprus deems its sovereign right to drill for oil and gas in its offshore territory as non- negotiable and unrelated to the reunification talks, government spokesman Stefanos Stefanou said.
Egypt swore in a new Cabinet following protesters’ demands that the government be purged of officials appointed under former President Hosni Mubarak .
Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad said Palestinians must press ahead with building the foundations of government such as police and a central bank to make the creation of an independent state “inevitable.”