UN court directs Moscow to let Greenpeace activists leave Russia

The International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea has ordered Russia to immediately release the Greenpeace activists, who were detained on September 19, on receipt of a €3.6 million (£3m) bond from the Netherlands.

UN court convicts Bosnian Serb of genocide

Tolimir stood, crossed himself three times and removed his glasses but showed no emotion as Fluegge told him he had been convicted of genocide and would spend the rest of his life in prison.

UN court acquits ex Rwandan ministers of genocide

The UN war crimes tribunal for Rwanda on Friday acquitted two former Rwandan ministers of genocide charges.

The Hague convicts Serb general for war atrocities

Perisic`s material support "had a substantial effect on the crimes" committed by Bosnian Serb forces.

Cambodia-Thailand border dispute at UN court

A temple is at the centre of the dispute between Southeast Asian neighbours.

UN court convicts 2 Croat generals, 1 acquitted

Generals are charged with committing atrocities to push Serbs out of Croatia.

Costa Rica takes Nicaragua dispute to UN court

Costa Rica accused Nicaragua of flagrantly breaching international law.

New US, Chinese judges take seats on UN court

The United Nations court settles disputes among member states.

UN court on Hariri murder urges submission of `evidence`

A UN tribunal probing the murder of
Lebanese ex-premier Rafiq Hariri on Wednesday called for the
submission of all "relevant evidence," days after Hezbollah
unveiled data allegedly implicating Israel.

Kosovo independence declaration legal: UN

Kosovo`s independence declaration from Serbia "did not violate" int`l law.

No frontier safe if UN court backs Kosovo: Serbia

Serbia does not recognise independence of Kosovo which was declared in 2008.

UN court orders retrial for former Kosovo PM

The Yugoslav war crimes tribunal
has ordered a retrial for former Kosovo PM Ramush Haradinaj,
two years after he was acquitted of murder, rape and torture
charges.

UN court to deliver judgement in Srebrenica massacre case

A UN court will hand down judgment Thursday in the trial of eight Bosnian Serb army and police officials charged for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre of more than 7,000 Muslim men and boys.

Rwanda genocide survivors may boycott UN court

Survivor groups from Rwanda`s 1994 genocide say they may stop sending witnesses to the UN tribunal in Tanzania, in protest at the court`s recent acquittals of two genocide suspects.

UN court overturns Rwandan`s genocide conviction

A UN court`s appeals chamber has acquitted a Rwandan leader who was sentenced to 20 yrs jail over the 1994 genocide.