Congo v. Rwanda human rights case dismissal [ICJ]
Congo v. Rwanda human rights case dismissal [ICJ]

Democratic Republic of the Congo v. Rwanda, International Court of Justice, February 3, 2006 [dismissing due to lack of jurisdiction a case filed by the Democratic Republic of Congo against Rwanda for charges and human rights abuses]. Excerpt:

While the Court has come to the conclusion that it cannot accept any of the grounds put forward by the DRC to establish its jurisdiction in the present case, and cannot therefore entertain the latter's Application, it stresses that it has reached this conclusion solely in the context of the preliminary question of whether it has jurisdiction in this case.

Read the full text of the ruling [PDF]. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here.