Iran on Monday told judges at the International Court of Justice in The Hague that the United States had created an "industry of litigation" against the Islamic Republic in breach of international law.
Kenya's Supreme Court on Monday upheld William Ruto's victory in the August 9 presidential election, ending weeks of political uncertainty and delivering a blow to challenger Raila Odinga who had alleged fraud in the poll.
Thailand’s Constitutional Court suspended Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha from his duties on Wednesday while it decides whether the man who led a military coup in 2014 has violated the country’s term limits.
A UK court on Wednesday issued a formal order to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States to face trial over the publication of secret files relating to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Iraq’s Supreme Court said Sunday it had temporarily suspended Hoshyar Zebari, a frontrunner for the presidency, on the eve of parliament’s vote on the position, citing years-old corruption charges against him.
Bahrain was ordered by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague to pay over 200 million euros in damages plus costs to two Iranian banks for the unlawful expropriation of their banking venture in Manama in an act of "political retribution".
A senior Iranian Judiciary official has criticized the double-standard approach applied to the issue of human rights in Iran, saying the so-called defenders of human rights turn a blind eye to the acts of terror and illegal sanctions targeting the Iranian nation and level allegations of rights abuses against the Islamic Republic.