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In a US-China war, whose side is South-East Asia on? Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia ponder the unthinkable
HONG KONG, Sept 19 (SCMP): Caught between superpowers clashing in their own backyard, South-East Asian nations might find staying neutral is not an option.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Netherlands is preparing a case against Syria at the U.N.'s highest court, seeking to hold the government of President Bashar al-Assad accountable for human rights violations, including torture and the use of chemical weapons, the Dutch foreign minister told parliament on Friday.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Lawyers for Iran told judges on Wednesday at the United Nations' top court that by crippling Iran's economy, sanctions imposed by the United States in 2018 had violated a decades-old bilateral friendship treaty.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Lawyers for the United States are expected on Monday to reject the jurisdiction of the U.N.'s highest court to resolve a case brought by Iran seeking to lift U.S. sanctions against Tehran.
UNITED NATIONS/YANGON, Sept 13 (AP): A majority of UN Security Council members called for an immediate halt to fighting between Myanmar government forces and the Arakan Army guerrilla force following a closed council meeting on the latest situation in the South-East Asian nation.
The startling confession by two soldiers on the Rohingya persecution, notably executions, mass burials, rape and obliteration of villages is an unprecedented development that could wreck Aung San Suu Kyi's party's re-election.
EIGHT Security Council members called for the Muslim Rohingya minority, victims in 2017 of what the UN calls a “genocide”, to participate in Myanmar’s upcoming elections.
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 12 (AFP): Eight Security Council members called on Saturday for the Muslim Rohingya minority, victims in 2017 of what the UN calls a "genocide," to participate in Myanmar's upcoming elections.
(Reuters) - Three years ago, Myanmar’s military burned the Rohingya village of Kan Kya to the ground and bulldozed over its remains. Last year, the government erased its name from official maps, according to the United Nations.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish and Greek officials met at NATO headquarters on Thursday for talks aimed at preventing further military escalation in the eastern Mediterranean, Turkey's Defence Ministry said, as Greece called for "meaningful" European Union sanctions on Turkey.