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Kenya/Somalia: Hearings postponed to November

The International Court of Justice has postponed the start of public hearings in a case brought by Somalia in 2014 over its maritime border with Kenya. The hearings, which follow written submissions to the court last year, were due to take place from 9 to 13 September, but on 3 September Kenya asked for a 12-month postponement, citing the need to recruit a new defence team. The hearings will now be held from 4 to 8 November.

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