Ukraine and Russia to face off at World Court over genocide claim

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Ukraine will ask the United Nations' top court to issue an emergency ruling requiring Russia to stop its invasion. It argues that Moscow's justification for the attack is based on a faulty interpretation of genocide law. The case it has lodged at the World Court centres on the interpretation of a 1948 treaty on the prevention of genocide, signed by both countries.
9 months ago·The Hague, Netherlands

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Ukraine and Russia to face off at World Court over genocide claim

By Stephanie van den Berg THE HAGUE - Ukraine will ask the United Nations' top court on Monday to issue an emergency ruling requiring Russia to stop its invasion, arguing that Moscow's justification for the attack is based on a faulty interpretation of genocide law. Although the court's rulings are binding and countries generally follow them, it has no direct means of enforcing them.

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Ukraine And Russia To Face Off At World Court Over Genocide Claim

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