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Top UN court throws out Nicaragua's Gaza 'genocide' request

The U.N.'s top court Tuesday threw out Nicaragua's request for emergency measures against German military supplies to Israel, saying "circumstances were not such" to accuse Germany of violating a genocide convention.

International Court of Justice presiding judge Nawaf Salam said the circumstances presented to the court did not warrant "provisional measures".

ICJ Showdown: US and Germany Deny Complicity in Gaza Genocide Allegations

Germany has vehemently refuted accusations of aiding in genocide in Gaza, as presented in a lawsuit brought before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) by Nicaragua. Tania von Uslar-Gleichen, legal adviser for the German Foreign Ministry, dismissed Nicaragua's claims as rushed and lacking substantial evidence during proceedings at the ICJ.

Israel's security at 'core' of Berlin foreign policy, Germany tells UN court

Israel's security is at the "core" of German foreign policy, the U.N.'s highest court heard on Tuesday, where Berlin has denied a claim that it is aiding in a "genocide" in Gaza.

Nicaragua brought Germany before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand that judges impose emergency measures to stop Berlin from providing Israel with weapons and other assistance.

Germany faces Gaza genocide case at top UN court

Germany faces charges from Nicaragua at the top U.N. court on Monday that it is "facilitating the commission of genocide" against Palestinians with its military and political support for Israel.

Nicaragua has hauled Germany before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), demanding judges impose emergency measures to stop Berlin providing Israel with weapons and other assistance.

Plane held for days in France on trafficking concerns lands in India

A plane that had been grounded in France for days over concerns its roughly 300 mostly Indian passengers were part of a human trafficking scheme landed in Mumbai early Tuesday.

The Airbus A340 initially had been bound for Nicaragua when it was detained last Thursday at Vatry airport, east of Paris, where it had stopped for refuelling.

2nd bus carrying asylum seekers from Texas arrives in Los Angeles

A bus carrying migrants from a Texas border city arrived in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday for the second time in less than three weeks.

The office of Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass was not formally notified but became aware on Friday of the bus dispatched from Brownsville, Texas, to L.A. Union Station, Bass spokesperson Zach Seidl said in a statement.

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