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Netherlands' King Willem-Alexander receives the first copy of a book titled 'India and the Netherlands: Past, Present and Future' authored by India's Ambassador to the Netherlands Venu Rajamony, in The Hague.

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Pakistan officials at International Courts of Justice during Kulbhushan Jadhav's verdict in Hague, Netherlands.

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India's Ambassador to the Netherlands Venu Rajamony and MEA Joint Secretary (Pakistan-Afghanistan-Iran) Deepak Mittal at International Courts of Justice during Kulbhushan Jadhav's verdict in Hague, Netherlands.

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Pakistan and India officials at International Courts of Justice during Kulbhushan Jadhav's judgement in Hague, Netherlands.

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A view of the International Court of Justice presided by ICJ judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf during the Kulbhushan Jadhav's verdict in Hague, Netherlands.

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ICJ judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf delivers Kulbhushan Jadhav's verdict in Hague, Netherlands. The International Court of Justice ruled in favour to India in the case of former Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav who had been sentenced to death by a Pakistani Military court on charges of "espionage and terrorism". In its ruling, the Hague-based court affirmed Mr Jadhav's right to consular access and called on Pakistan to review and reconsider his conviction and sentence.

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India's joint secretary of the Foreign Ministry, Deepak Mittal, talks to his delegation members prior to presenting oral arguments at the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands. India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Journalists, foreground, takes images at the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands where India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Journalists, foreground, takes images at the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands where India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Deepak Mittal, the joint secretary of India's Foreign Ministry, presents oral arguments at the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Pakistan's attorney general Anwar Mansoor Khan, right, greets Deepak Mittal, the joint secretary of India's Foreign Ministry, as he present oral arguments at the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands. India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Exterior view of the Peace Palace, which houses the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands. India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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A woman writes in a book inside a traveling monument called 'Prijedor 92' outside the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal, ICTY, as she waits for the verdict to be handed down in the genocide trial against former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic, in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic flashes a thumbs up as he enters the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands to hear the verdict in his genocide trial. Mladic's trial is the last major case for the Netherlands-based tribunal for former Yugoslavia, which was set up in 1993 to prosecute those most responsible for the worst carnage in Europe since World War II.

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Ambassador of India to the Netherlands Venu Rajamony places a wreath at the memorial on behalf of all the commonwealth countries at the Commemoration Remembrance Service at the Westduin Cemetery in The Hague.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the Indian community members, Hague, Netherlands.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the bicycle gifted to him by Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, left, and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte during a meeting in the garden of the Catshuis residence in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, left, and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte walk through the gardens of the Catshuis residence in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Moazzam Ahmad Khan, head of Pakistan's delegation and ambassador to the Netherlands, makes a brief statement after hearing the World Court's verdict in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Dr. Deepak Mittal, joint secretary of India's Ministry of External Affairs, left, and Moazzam Ahmad Khan, head of Pakistan's delegation and ambassador, second right, wait for judges to enter and read the World Court's verdict in The Hague, Netherlands. India took Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Presiding judge Ronny Abraham of France, reads the World Court's verdict in the case brought by India against Pakistan in The Hague, Netherlands. India took Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Presiding judge Ronny Abraham of France, right, enters to read the World Court's verdict in the case brought by India against Pakistan in The Hague, Netherlands. India took Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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r. Deepak Mittal, joint secretary of India's Ministry of External Affairs, left, greets Pakistan's Syed Faraz Hussain Zaidi as they wait for judges to enter the World Court in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Dr. Deepak Mittal, joint secretary of India's Ministry of External Affairs, right, and his delegation wait for judges to enter the World Court in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Delegations of India, center left, and Pakistan, second table center left, listen to judges at the World Court in The Hague, Netherlands. India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Delegations of India, left, and Pakistan, right, wait for judges to enter the World Court in The Hague, Netherlands. India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

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Phon van den Biesen, lawyer for the Marshall Islands, left, shake hands with India's Ambassador J.S. Mukul, right, prior to the start of the World Court session in The Hague, Netherlands, where the Marshall Island are taking India, Pakistan and the U.K. to court to urge those powers to resume negotiations to eradicate the world's nuclear stockpile.

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Exterior view of the Peace Palace, also known as the World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands.

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A woman looks at hundreds of pairs of shoes displayed outside parliament, symbolizing those who are too ill to join the protest, during a demonstration to draw attention to those suffering from M.E. or Myalgic Encephalomyelitis in The Hague, Netherlands.

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