ICJ to announce ruling in Qatar v. UAE lawsuit

The UN's highest legal body is set to announce its verdict in an urgent case filed by Qatar against the UAE for discriminating against Qatari citizens and human rights violations.

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    The International Court of Justice is getting ready to rule on a case filed by Qatar against the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

    Doha accuses the UAE of violating international laws by expelling thousands of Qataris, many of whom have family or own property in the UAE.

    Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports from Doha.


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