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Iran has ‘unclean hands’: US tries to deflect in world court

AFP | The United States accused Tehran Monday of having "unclean hands" as it fought an Iranian court bid to unfreeze $2.0 billion dollars earmarked...

Legal Battle: US vs Iran in UN top court

AFP | The United States will confront Tehran at the UN's top court on Monday over billions in frozen assets, in a case that could...

ICJ’s ruling on US sanctions against Iran coming this week

AFP | The International Court of Justice will hand down an eagerly awaited decision this week on Iran's demand for the suspension of debilitating nuclear-related...

Four questions on Iran’s legal challenge to US sanctions

AFP | Iran's legal challenge against renewed sanctions by the United States goes before the UN's International Court of Justice on Monday. Here are four key...

Indian conditions in response to Pakistan’s gesture to allow Yadev meet...

News Analysis | Days after Pakistan’s Foreign Office confirmed India’s agreement to Pakistan’s humanitarian offer of allowing the wife of self-confessed spy, Kulbushan Jadhav, to...

Humanity first: Pakistan offers to allow Jadhav’s wife to see him!

News Analysis | On Wednesday Pakistan offered India permission to allow self-confessed spy, Kulbushan Jadhav, to meet his wife while he awaits his decision on...

India is due to choose ICJ Judge nominee soon: Is this...

With the deadline for nominating judges to the International Court of Justice fast approaching, the Modi government has still not decided about giving a second term for...

The battle at Hague: Is India trapped in its self-woven net?

Asif Haroon Raja | Pakistan is on the hit list of India, Afghanistan, and the USA supported by NATO and Israel since 2002. The enemies...

Pakistan’s unnecessary silence: Is the sovereignty under serious threat?

Nasir Azeem | Kulbhushan Jadhav's case is, no doubt, the "talk of the town" these days. But, in order to understand the implications of this...

Kulbhushan case very much alive: Pakistan vows to fightback at the...

News Analysis | The case of Kulbushan Jadhav is becoming an important crisis in the long-standing Indo-Pak conflict. While addressing the media after attending a...

ICJ’s verdict: Delhi upping the verbal campaign against Pakistan

News Analysis | Amid rising tensions between India and Pakistan, the former has launched yet another verbal diatribe. The provisional measures of the ICJ which...

Hague battle: Pakistan still very much in the game

Ikram Sehgal | This was a good week for Pakistan. First, Modi made the faux pas of the decade by boycotting the China Summit on...

“Pakistan should take measures to ensure that Jadhav is not executed”,...

News Analysis | The International Court of Justice (ICJ), on Thursday, ordered Pakistan to stay the hanging of self-confessed Indian spy, Kulbhushan Jadhav, until it...

Indian official refuses to be civil at the ICJ

Deepak Mittal, an official of India’s Ministry of External Affairs, refused to shake the outstretched hand of Mohammad Faisal, Pakistan’s DG for South Asia...

Pakistan and India skirmish at the Hague

Pakistan and India faced off in the International Court of Justice on Monday. Representatives from both countries presented their arguments to the ICJ. Pakistan’s counsel...

If Pakistan goes to the ICJ mala fide interests are at...

On May 8, India submitted an application to the International Court of Justice against Pakistan’s arrest of the Indian spy, Kulbhushan Jadhav. The ICJ...

ICJ has not taken a position against Pakistan on Yadhav: Yet!

On the Indian government's application to the ICJ to ask for the release of the Indian spy, Kulbashan Yadhav, amongst other things, Sartaj Aziz...

U.S. Forces May Have Committed War Crimes in Afghanistan, Prosecutor Says

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said Monday that she had a “reasonable basis to believe” that American soldiers committed war crimes in...

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