International Court of Justice (ICJ)
Reading of the Order in the case Armenia v. Azerbaijan ICJ asks Azerbaijan to guarantee free movement between Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh 

A group of “environmental activists” have been camping at the Lachin Corridor—the sole land link between Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh—since December, raising fears of re-emergence of armed conflict in the region

Israeli punitive measures after UNGA vote condemned Over 100 countries condemn Israel’s punitive measures against Palestinians following UNGA vote

Following the UNGA resolution, Israel announced withholding of USD 39 million of Palestinian money, which is likely to cause further suffering and impact basic services delivery in the occupied territories 

Israel impone más medidas represivas a los palestinos tras la votación en la Asamblea General de la ONU

Además de imponer restricciones de viaje al Ministro de Asuntos Exteriores palestino, Riyad al-Maliki, Israel ha confiscado 39 millones de dólares del organismo, que se transferirán al fondo de “víctimas del terrorismo” para ciudadanos israelíes.

Riyad al-Maliki Israel imposes more repressive measures on Palestinians following UNGA vote

Apart from imposing travel restrictions on Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki, Israel has confiscated USD 39 million from the body which will be transferred to the ‘victims of terrorism’ fund for Israeli citizens  

Struggle for liberation of Western Sahara intensifies

Fighting between the Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army and Moroccan occupying forces has intensified in recent days

Daily Round-up | UK pulls out of military training deal with Israeli arms maker & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the UK withdrawing from a contract with Elbit systems, the ICJ verdict on a dispute between Bolivia and Chile on a river, Mexico raising the minimum wage, and a bill in Israel that seeks to ban the waving of the Palestinian flag

ICJ rules that Bolivia and Chile both have right to use disputed river

The ICJ recognized Bolivia’s sovereign right to the canalization of the Silala river as well as Chile’s usufruct right to its waters

For peace in the Congo, Rwanda and Uganda must be brought to justice

Kambale Musavuli talks about the first installment of reparations that Uganda has paid to the Democratic Republic of Congo for war crimes and atrocities in the 90s. He also explains why the process of ensuringjustice is far from complete

Ahead of UN session, Sahrawis recollect decades of betrayal that enabled Moroccan colonization

The UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) became “hostage to the Moroccan authorities,” unable even “to report on the human rights situation in the territory,” said Kamal Fadel, Western Sahara’s representative to Australia and the Pacific