Moscow wants a court in the Hague to overturn a decision making Russia pay $50 million in damages to former shareholders of one-time oil giant Yukos. Russia argues that legal decisions to impound its assets are not binding under Russian law.
Kuwait is to increase its output as part of a broader agreement by OPEC countries and Russia to boost oil production. The move comes amid international price sensitivity, especially ahead of US elections.
The Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague has said it has jurisdiction to hear the case of a Ukrainian company seeking to recover damages for property lost when Russia annexed Crimea.
Brussels and Tehran want to ensure the nuclear deal's survival, despite Washington's withdrawal. What will delegates be discussing at their meeting with Iran's foreign minister? DW's Bernd Riegert reports.
Russia knowingly plunged the oil giant Yukos into bankruptcy in 2006, according to a Dutch appeals court. Its verdict could benefit former shareholders of a Dutch subsidiary, Yukos Finance BV.
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