The world court on Monday said it was referring Malawi to the UN Security Council over its refusal to arrest Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir-based world court, Malawi was obligated to detain the Sudanese leader on its soil.
What does WC stand for?
WC stands for World Court
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The ICC, which came into force in 2002, is the first permanent world court tasked with prosecuting individuals accused of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity in cases where national courts are unable or willing to prosecute.
Hor Namhong said the Cambodian government filed a request with the world court on Thursday for a clear-cut determination on the disputed border area.
Texas executed a Mexican convicted murderer, a prison spokesman said, despite a last-minute appeal from UN chief Ban Ki-moon and a world court order asking for a reprieve.
In 2004, the World Court ruled that the United States must reopen the case.
Nicaragua filed a claim with the International Court of Justice in 1999, asking the court to determine the mutual border in the Caribbean Sea which it argues has never been established, while Honduras claims it was set by the king of Spain in 1906 and upheld by the world court in 1960.
SERBIA has hailed its acquittal before the World Court on genocide charges filed by Bosnia, saying it would help regional reconciliation.
TOKYO, April 26 Kyodo Selected editorial excerpts from the Japanese press: LEAVE ISLET DISPUTE TO WORLD COURT (The Daily Yomiuri as translated from the Yomiuri Shimbun) South Korea should leave the long-standing territorial dispute over the Takeshima group of islets to be settled by the World Court, given the assurance expressed by President Roh Moo Hyun about his country's claim.