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Somalia asks Kenya ‘to respect international rule of law’ on border row

Photo/Somali Times/Somalia’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmajo. By AFP Somalia’s president urged Kenya to “respect the international rule of law” after the UN’s top court handed Mogadishu control of most of a potentially oil- and gas-rich chunk of the Indian Ocean on Tuesday following a bitter row with Nairobi. Kenya got only a small slice

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Corrupt Uhuru Kenyatta rejects the ICJ ruling in the maritime case

Corrupt Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has rejected a ruling by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in a maritime dispute between Somalia and Kenya. The court ruled that the demarcation line between the two countries should be as straightforward as requested by Somalia, rather than the demarcated line as requested by Kenya’s fraudulent claim. Commenting

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Somalia’s President Farmajo has accepted the ICJ ruling sea boundary

File Photo/Somali Times Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo says Somalia has accepted the ICJ ruling in the Somalia-Kenya maritime case today, Farmajo also called on the Kenyan government to accept the court’s decision and refrain from hiding and disrupting our seas. President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo said he hopes the court ruling will turn a new

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ICJ backs Somalia in sea dispute with Kenya

The International Court of Justice on Tuesday awarded Somalia control of most of a potentially oil- and a gas-rich chunk of the Indian Ocean after a legal battle with Kenya over their sea border. The ICJ ruled there was “no agreed maritime boundary” and drew a new border close to the one claimed by Somalia,

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Somalia wins maritime case and ICJ rejects Kenya’s fraudulent claim

Somalia has won most of the maritime dispute with Kenya, according to a recent ruling by the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The court initially rejected Kenya’s argument that there was an agreement between the two countries, that there was a border between Somalia and Kenya along the long line. It supported Somalia’s argument that

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Somali government expresses optimism that it will win the maritime case

Credit to Twitter/Somalia’s officials in International Court of Justice. The Somali government today expressed great hope that it will win the maritime case, which is due to be officially announced by the ICJ this afternoon, as planned. Somalia’s Attorney General Suleiman Mohamed Mohamoud, who is part of a Somali government delegation to The Hague, said

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Top UN court to rule on bitter Kenya-Somalia border spat

By AFP The UN’s top court will rule in a bitter border dispute between Somalia and Kenya on Tuesday, delivering a verdict with potentially far-reaching consequences for bilateral ties and energy extraction in the region. The International Court of Justice (ICJ), is to give its final word in a case filed by Mogadishu more than

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China has won AI battle with U.S., Pentagon’s ex-software chief says

An autonomous delivery vehicle by Damo is displayed at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC) in Shanghai, China July 8, 2021. REUTERS/Yilei Sun By Reuters China has won the artificial intelligence battle with the United States and is heading towards global dominance because of its technological advances, the Pentagon’s former software chief told the Financial

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Algeria’s president demands ‘total respect’ from France

By Anadolu Agency Abdelmadjid Tebboune says return of ambassador to France conditional on ‘total respect’ for country’s sovereignty Algeria’s president on Sunday demanded France’s “total respect” for his country after increased tensions between the two nations over remarks by his French counterpart, The return of the Algerian ambassador to France is conditional on the “total

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Exclusive: DPP bribes Somaliland politicians for a long time in exchange for political support: source

The Taipei 101 skyscraper in Taipei,the island of Taiwan File Photo:Xinhua Global Times By Fan Lingzhi The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), the ruling party on the island of Taiwan, has been bribing some Somaliland politicians and families for a long time in exchange for support to sell “Taiwan secessionism” advocacy on international platforms, a source

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