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Case Concerning Questions Relating to the Obligation to Prosecute or Extradite, Belgium v Senegal, Order on Provisional Measures, ICGJ 420 (ICJ 2009), 28th May 2009, International Court of Justice [ICJ]



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Whether the Court had prima facie jurisdiction over the case and whether a dispute continued to exist between the parties.

Whether there was a risk of irreparable prejudice to the rights in dispute and sufficient urgency to warrant provisional measures, in the light of Senegal’s statement that Mr Habré would remain in detention for the remainder of the case.

Keywords: Extradition and mutual assistance; International courts and tribunals, jurisdiction; International courts and tribunals, powers; International courts and tribunals, procedure; International criminal law, detention; International criminal law, obligation to prosecute; Jurisdiction of states, conflicts; Provisional measures; Treaties, application; Torture

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Subjects: Sources, Foundations and Principles of International Law ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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