Somalia—ICJ Rules In Mogadishu’s Favor In Maritime Dispute With Kenya

British Broadcasting Corp. | 10/13/2021

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled in favor of Somalia in a case concerning a long-running maritime border dispute with Kenya, reports BBC News. On Tuesday, the ICJ, the U.N.’s top court, ruled that Somalia should have sovereignty over the contested waters, reported the Washington Post. The decision by the judges effectively split the disputed area in half. The court rejected Somali claims that Kenya violated its sovereignty by operating in the waters and related...
 

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