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Update: UK House of Lords Inquiry. Is the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea still fit for purpose?

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Update: UK House of Lords Inquiry. Is the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea still fit for purpose?

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UK House of Lords Inquiry. Is the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea still fit for purpose?

LONDON. UK. An inquiry into the future of the United Nations on the Law of the Sea Convention (UNCLOS) and its applicability in 21st century has been launched by the UK House of Lords Select Committee on International Relations and Defence.

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First Legal Action for Damages against Frontex Before The Court of Justice of the European Union
 
Oct 21, 2021 10:29 am

Tweet this story: The first ever legal action for damages against Frontex has been filed before the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg on behalf of a family of a Syrian family that was returned from Greece to Turkey on a flight operated by Frontex and Greece.The post First Legal Action for Damages against Frontex Before The Court of Justice of the European Union appeared first on Human Rights At Sea
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