The Marshall Islands takes three world nuclear powers to court
A tiny nation in the Pacific Ocean has begun legal action to force Britain, Pakistan and India to start dismantling their nuclear stockpile.
The Marshall Islands is trying to convince judges at the International Court of Justice to hear the case.
The islands were the site of nuclear weapons tests in the 1940s and 1950s.
Elaine Jung reports.
08 Mar 2016
- From the section World