Hague Conventions

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A pair of international treaties negotiated at the First and Second Peace Conferences at The Hague, Netherlands (1899, 1907), which, with the Geneva Conventions, delineated the laws of war and defined war crimes
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Based on the evidences, the court found the detention of the child in Romania was unlawful, according to article 3 of the 1980 Hague Convention, which determines the father's deprivation of the right to have contact with the child and exercising his rights and duties towards the child.
By joining the Department of State's Hague Convention Attorney Network, attorneys provide the critical assistance necessary to navigate through the legal system with a view toward obtaining the return of the child and, in a proper case, to make arrangements for organizing or securing the effective exercise of rights of access.
For instance, Mali is a State Party to The Hague Convention of 1954 and its First Protocol, but the extremist group that seized power in northern Mali at the time is not an internationally recognized party, so it does not classify as a State Party.
The Government, along with the British Red Cross, have pledged to facilitate the UK's ratification of the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, and believes ratification of the Convention will strengthen our commitment to the protection of our own heritage, and highlight our respect for the cultural property of other nations.
9) The above numbers evidence the growing trend toward the online marketplace using B2B contracts, but if the Hague Convention is not updated, these trends might decrease.
Instead, Barfield and Watson work with the Hague Convention to determine whether or not the child should be returned to their country of "habitual residence.
It is particularly troubling that Japan remains the only G-7 industrialized nation that has yet to accede to the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction,'' the letter said.
These two factors resulted in rapid German advance of 40 miles a day, and by skilful pincer tactics surrounding 100 to 200,000 Russian troops at a time, hence the millions of Russian prisoners, few of whom survived as Russia was not party to the Hague Convention on POW treatment, hence extermination and slave labour use.
Abbas said, "The memory of the Prophet Mohammed's ascension is an occasion to confirm our adherence to the Hague convention on life in our sacred land, and our determination to continue the path to an independent Palestinian state on the lands occupied by Israel in 1967, with the city of Mohammed's ascension as its capital.
All of the Senate actions emphasize that the treaties are self-executing, with the exception of the requirement in the 1954 Hague Convention on penal sanctions (14) and the ERW Protocol, which requires appropriations for assistance to nations removing ERW.