Snow falls outside the International Court of Justice ahead of a preliminary hearing on nuclear disarmament in The Hague, Netherlands, Monday, March 7, 2016. (AP Photo/Mike Corder)
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Kenya's fight to hold on to potentially lucrative Indian Ocean oil and gas reserves, threatened by a maritime border spat with Somalia, goes before the U.N.'s top court in The Hague Monday.The hearings, due to last through the week, are the first stage in Kenya's battle against a 2014 claim by Somalia for the redrawing of the sea border, a move that would affect three of Kenya's 20 offshore oil blocks.Somalia, which lies north of Kenya, wants it to continue along the line of the land border, in a southeast direction.
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