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1 Then came a vote on the motion that "This house believes that Qaddafi and the others should be tried in Libya, not in the Hague". The motion was defeated.
2 They may charge only expenses and a reasonable fee, according to The Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption.
3 As party leader in the Conservatives' first term in opposition, William Hague distributed copies of Philip Gould's "Unfinished Revolution", an insider's account of New Labour, to his colleagues.
4 Others guess that, once cornered, Mr Gbagbo will opt for exile in a friendly country beyond the reach of the International Criminal Court at the Hague, which already has its eyes on him.
5 The Geneva Conventions, the first of which was negotiated by European nations in 1864, and a series of meetings that began in The Hague in 1899, also set limits on the victor’s right to claim spoils.
6 Distinguished judges and a prosecutor sit in a sleepy suburb of the Dutch capital, the Hague.
7 Just days after he unveiled a new policy to deal with extremists on both sides of the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, nearly 90 countries and international bodies gathered in the Hague to support him.
8 The philanthropist built a Peace Palace in The Hague, and funded the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
9 But America is not blameless either, particularly if parents try to recover their children through state rather than federal courts, where judges may be unaware of the Hague Convention's requirements.
10 Neither can suspects be sent to the Hague. The International Criminal Court only deals with a handful of high-level defendants and the tribunals for Rwanda and Yugoslavia are closing their doors.
11 It says it deals with all its toxic waste safely within French borders at the La Hague storage facility in Normandy.
12 The former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic has been removed from the courtroom during his war crimes trial in the Hague for disrupting the proceedings.
13 Ratko mladic has appeared at a special court in Belgrade where an investigative judge will decide whether to extradite him to the international war crimes tribunal in the Hague.
14 Then came a vote on the motion that “This house believes that Qaddafi and the others should be tried in Libya, not in The Hague”.
15 Del Ponte, a Swiss prosecutor, was appointed to the tribunal in the Hague in 1999.
16 Located in a secluded alcove within the Hague, the hotel offers a location that is just minutes from top dining, shopping, and cultural destinations in the city.
17 Now it's David Cameron, Nick Clegg and William Hague who are up for the chase.
18 President Roosevelt had taken the initiative to activate the Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Hague.
19 Naomi Campbell, a model, testified at a war-crimes trial in The Hague over allegations that Charles Taylor, a former President of Liberia, had given her a diamond in 1997.
20 William Hague, Mr Miliband's shadow, is said to have told assorted European diplomats that support for Mr Blair's candidacy would be viewed as a "hostile" gesture by the Tories.
21 Hague said on Sunday that the regulation of lobbyists would be examined after the cabinet secretary, Sir Gus o 'donnell, publishes his report into Fox's links with Adam Werritty Tuesday.
22 I believe the trial will not go ahead, because I do not believe Mladic will see the start of that process in front of the Hague Tribunal, " said Mr. Mladic's lawyer, Milos Saljic.
23 Superficial though these problems might be, they matter-as William Hague, the foreign secretary who rarely seemed prime ministerial during his time as Tory leader from 1997 to 2001, can attest.
24 Turkish diplomats said they would take up the matter of the blockade in the International Court of Justice in the Hague.
25 christian Huygens Dutch scientist and astronomer was born at the Hague the son of a poet.
26 Christian Huygens, Dutch scientist and astronomer, was born at the Hague, the son of a poet.
27 JULY 9th the trial began at the Hague war-crimes tribunal of Rasim Delic, a former commander of the Bosnian army.
28 The British Foreign Secretary William Hague said the rule of Colonel Gaddafi was in its "death throes", but he warned against complacency.
29 Sri Lankan justice ministry has received a summons for President Rajapaksa issued by a United States federal court in connection with three cases filed under the Hague Convention.
30 president’s supporters worry that his plane could somehow be diverted to a third country which might be more willing to enforce the ICC’s arrest warrant, sending Sudan’s president to The Hague.