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U.S. Human rights leaders commend Gambia lawsuit against Myanmar in International Court of Justice

Chicago – Justice For All, an interfaith human rights group, applauds the government of the Republic of The Gambia for filing a lawsuit at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against the Republic of the Union of Myanmar for violating its obligations under the Genocide Convention. The ICJ is the principal judicial body of the United Nations and rules on disputes between states and other questions of international law. The lawsuit, filed yesterday, is aimed at holding the state of Myanmar accountable for the atrocities it has committed against Rohingya Muslims.

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