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London :: United Kingdom | 1 day ago

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Moscow Nadezhda Tolokonnikova (left) and Maria Alyokhina argue that Russia violated four articles of the European human rights convention...Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, who were given an amnesty in December after serving 21 months in

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Luxemburg :: Luxembourg | 6 days ago

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News Male civil servants discriminated against in France: EU court European Court of Justice. Luxembourg, February 2010. [Gwenael Piaser/Flickr] The European Court of Justice has pointed the finger at unequal retirement plans between men and women in

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Amsterdam :: Netherlands | 7 days ago

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European Court of Human Rights after being banned by the Supreme Court of The Netherlands last April. The club's lawyer has announced that the case will be put to the European judges no later than October this year. Netherlands since 1982, actively

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Brussels :: Belgium | 12 days ago

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Dominic Lipinski/PA Extreme obesity may in future be classified as a disability under EU law, providing protection for morbidly overweight workers who suffer discrimination at work . The advocate general of the European court of justice (ECJ) in

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Brussels :: Belgium | 16 days ago

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July 2014 European courts have interpreted privacy in a holistic manner, addressing not only the challenges of mass surveillance to data protection and the right to a private life, but also defending privacy as vital to the relationship of trust

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London :: United Kingdom | 23 days ago

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Ministers have been forced to act after the European courts ruled that Government powers to monitor people's phone and internet records were illegal. The Government is concerned that the April ruling has left a gaping hole in the security services

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Madrid :: Spain | 23 days ago

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The government appears to have secured support to reinstate the surveillance laws after the European court of justice struck them down. Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Reuters Ministers are poised to pass emergency laws to require phone companies to log

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Paris :: France | 1 month ago

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The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that France was wrong to refuse to register the birth of a child born to a surrogate mother. France outlaws surrogate births, but some French parents go abroad where it is legal. The Labassee family had a

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Sydney :: Australia | 3 months ago

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Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has denied Australia has breached domestic or international laws as the Greens call on the Australian Federal Police to investigate reports Australian authorities added three people to an asylum seeker boat and escorted

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Belgrade :: MT :: USA | 3 months ago

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The defense of Miroslav Mikovi will submit an application to the European Court of Human Rights due to the "excessive load" on their client. Miroslav Mikovi (Tanjug) This concerns the trial that resumed on Tuesday before the Special Court in Belgrade,

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