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ICJ largely rejects Ukraine's ‘terrorism’ case against Russia

The ruling is the first of two that are expected this week from a decade of conflict-turned-war between Russia and Ukraine.

A makeshift memorial at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport in 2014 for MH17 victims.
A makeshift memorial at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport in 2014 for MH17 victims. (AN/)

The International Court of Justice threw out most of Ukraine's case against Russia in the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in 2014.

The U.N.'s top court on Wednesday largely dismissed Kyiv's accusations that Russia funded pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine's east, saying only cash transfers could be viewed as support for alleged terrorists.

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