East Timor takes Australia to UN's highest court
Allegations of spying, phones bugged and documents seized - these are some elements of a case that is being heard in The Hague.
The small island of East Timor has taken Australia to the UN's highest court - the International Court of Justice - in a row that started with oil and gas but has taken a new twist.
It is the first time the ICJ has dealt with allegations involving espionage.
Anna Holligan takes a sideways look at the claims.
21 Jan 2014
- From the section Asia