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Top U.N. court will hear Ukraine vs Russia case

Reuters Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
The United Nations' top court for disputes between states on Friday said it has jurisdiction to hear a case filed by Ukraine against Russia over Moscow's alleged support of pro-Russian separatists in the Crimea and eastern Ukraine.
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