ICJ sides with Somalia in Kenya maritime border dispute

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled that a contested maritime border between Somalia and Kenya should be adjusted in a way that grants Somalia rights over most of an oil-rich chunk of the Indian Ocean.

Somalia appears to have benefited most from an International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling on a contested maritime boundary with Kenya. 

In a lengthy judgment made in The Hague on Tuesday, judges at the top UN court ruled that there was “no agreed maritime boundary” in force, and drew a new border line close to the one previously proposed by Somalia.

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