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Ukraine News Today Mar. 11, 2017: Militants increase shelling in Donbas, use Grads; The Hague Arbitration Court recognizes Russia’s obligations to protect Ukrainian investors in Crimea after annexation

Escalation in Donbas: Militants launch 107 attacks, use Grads, 2 Ukrainian soldiers killed, 9 wounded in last day Russia's hybrid military forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in Donbas 107 times in the past 24 hours with two Ukrainian soldiers reported as killed in

Hearings on Ukraine vs. Russia case in Hague over, ruling expected before May

The UN International Court of Justice in The Hague has completed hearings on Ukraine's case against Russia. A court ruling is expected by the end of April, according to Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, agent of Ukraine Olena Zerkal, reports

Russia accused Ukraine of seeking to litigate Crimea annexation

The accusation came on the second day of hearings at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, where Ukraine has charged that Russia is financing separatist groups who carry out "terrorist" attacks in eastern Ukraine and that Russia is discriminating

Ukraine News Today Mar. 6, 2017: Ukraine v. Russian Federation court hearings start in ICJ; Canada sent 200 military instructors to train Ukrainian military; Militants launch 100 attacks on Ukrainian troops on Sunday, 2 soldiers wounded

Ukraine v. Russian Federation court hearings start in International Court of Justice The start of hearings at the ICJ on the indication of provisional measures within the case of Ukraine v. Russian Federation gives a chance to prevent further deterioration of the situation

Radovan Karadžić sentenced to 40 years for genocide at Srebrenica

Wartime leader of Bosnian Serbs found guilty of 10 of 11 charges at international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, the Guardian reports. The key verdict from a United Nations tribunal in The Hague was delivered 18 months after a five-year trial

Ukrainian businessman has filed a complaint against Russia in The Hague

Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoisky filed a complaint against Russia in The Hague in 2014, when he served as governor of the Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine, reports with reference to Kolomoisky complaint that he was deprived his rights to operate a

Former Luhansk resident filed a lawsuit against Russia to The Hague

Lyudmyla Arkhangelska, IDP from Luhansk, filed a lawsuit against Russia to The Hague court for moral and material damage, caused by the Russian aggression in the eastern Ukraine. She has received a notice that The Hague court received the documents and the lawsuit,