Distr. RESTRICTED */ CCPR/C/47/D/359/1989 and 385/1989/Rev.1 5 May 1993 ENGLISH Original: ENGLISH and FRENCH HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE Forty-seventh session VIEWS Communications Nos. 359/1989 and 385/1989 Submitted by: John Ballantyne and Elizabeth Davidson, and Gordon McIntyre Alleged victims: The authors State party: Canada Date of communications: 10 April and 21 November …Leer »
INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE REPORTS OF JUDGMENTS, ADVISORY OPINIONS AND ORDERS REQUEST FOR INTERPRETATION OF THE JUDGMENT OF NOVEMBER 20th, 1950, IN THE ASYLUM CASE (COLOMBIA/PERU) JUDGMENT OF NOVEMBER 27th, 1950 Present: President BASDEVANT ; Vice-President GUERRERO ; Judges ALVAREZ, HACKWORTH, WINIARSKI, DE VISSCHER, Sir Arnold MCNAIR, KLAESTAD, …Leer »
INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE REPORTS OF JUDGMENTS, ADVISORY OPINIONS AND ORDERS HAYA DE LA TORRE CASE (COLOMBIA /PERU) JUDGMENT OF JUNE 13th, 1951 Intervention under Article 63 of the Statute and Article 66 of Rules. —Admissibility of intervention.—Its limits. Jurisdiction based on attitude of Parties.—Manner of carrying out Judgment …Leer »
JAWAD MAHMOUD HASHIM and SALWA AL-RUFAIEE; JAFAR HASHIM; OMAR HASHIM, Debtors. ARAB MONETARY FUND, Appellant, v. JAWAD MAHMOUD HASHIM and SALWA AL-RUFAIEE; JAFAR HASHIM; OMAR HASHIM, Appellees. No. 98-17128 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT 213 F.3d 1169; 2000 U.S. App. LEXIS 11897; 36 Bankr. Ct. Dec. …Leer »
By the Arbitrators. BY the terms of the Treaty of Washington the claims of the United States against Great Britain, arising out of depredations committed during the Civil War on American commerce by the Alabama and other cruisers fitted out in England, were submitted to arbitration. There were five arbitrators, …Leer »
Aerial Incident of 7 October 1952 (United States of America v. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) – International Court of Justice
INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE REPORTS OF JUDGMENTS, ADVISORY OPINIONS AND ORDERS AERIAL INCIDENT OF OCTOBER 7th, 1952 (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS) ORDER OF MARCH 14th, 1956 Present: Vice-President Badawi, Acting President; President Hackworth ; JudgesBasdevant, Winiarski, Klaestad, Read, Hsu Mo, Armand-Ugon, Kojevnikov, Sir Muhammad …Leer »
COMMITTEE AGAINST TORTURE A. E. v. Switzerland Communication No. 24/1995 2 May 1995 ADMISSIBILITY Submitted by: A. E. [name deleted] [represented by counsel] Alleged victim: The author State party: Switzerland Date of communication: 20 February 1995 The Committee against Torture, established under article 17 of the Convention against Torture and …Leer »
Protocol for the Prohibition of the Use of Asphyxiating, Poisonous or Other Gases, and of Bacteriological Methods of Warfare. Geneva, 17 June 1925.
The undersigned Plenipotentiaries, in the name of their respective Governments: (Here follow the names of Plenipotentiaries)Whereas the use in war of asphyxiating, poisonous or other gases, and of all analogous liquids materials or devices, has been justly condemned by the general opinion of the civilized world; andWhereas the prohibition of …Leer »
Protocol for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict. The Hague, 14 May 1954.
The High Contracting Parties are agreed as follows: I1. Each High Contracting Party undertakes to prevent the exportation, from a territory occupied by it during an armed conflict, of cultural property as defined in Article 1 of the Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed …Leer »
The Conference convened by the Swiss Federal Council for the purpose of revising: the Geneva Convention of 27 July 1929 for the Relief of the Wounded and Sick in Armies in the Field, the Xth Hague Convention of 18 October 1907 for the Adaptation to Maritime Warfare of the Principles …Leer »
Adopted on 28 September 1954 by a Conference of Plenipotentiaries convened by Economic andSocial Council resolution 526 A (XVII) of 26 April 1954 Entry into force: 6 June 1960, in accordance with article 39 Preamble The High Contracting Parties, Considering that the Charter of the United Nations and the Universal …Leer »
London, 12 May 1954 THE GOVERNMENTS represented at the International Conference on Pollution of the Sea by Oil held in London from 26 April 1954 to 12 May 1954, DESIRING to take action by common agreement to prevent pollution of the sea by oil discharged from ships, and considering that …Leer »