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Immunities and Criminal Proceedings, Equatorial Guinea v France, Provisional Measures, ICGJ 513 (ICJ 2016), [2016] ICJ GL No 163, 7th December 2016, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

Whether a dispute as to the existence and extent of the immunity of State officials could be considered a dispute under the customary international law of immunity or under Article 4 of the Convention against Transnational Organized Crime.

Whether provisional measures, conferring equivalent protection to that under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, should be granted to ensure the inviolability of a building presented as the premises of a diplomatic mission.

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