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Brussels :: Belgium | 20 days ago

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An internet service provider may be ordered to block its customers' access to a copyright-infringing website, reads a statement issued by the European Court in reference to a case brought to the EU judges by the Austrian Supreme Court. Two companies

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İstanbul :: Turkey | 1 month ago

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Too often across Europe, the rule of law is not being observed, as thousands of European Court of Human Rights judgments remain unimplemented and some governments second-guess the judiciary. Europe's human-rights champion says democratic legitimacy

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Strasbourg :: France | 1 month ago

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The two men convicted of murdering Lee Rigby will be sentenced next week, after a key ruling was handed down today regarding the use of whole-life jail terms. Fusilier Lee Rigby's killers could be locked up until they die after the principle of whole-

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Berlin :: Germany | 2 months ago

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Instead, the court announced Friday (7 February) that it would refer several questions from the case to the ECJ. "It's the first time that the [German constitutional] court has taken such a decision," said Simon O'Connor, a spokesman for the EU's

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 months ago

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February 2014 The British and European courts have granted Saudi state officials who tortured British citizens immunity from prosecution...A contrary criticism undue subservience to unsatisfactory decisions of UK courts has more substance. The recent

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Riyadh :: Saudi Arabia | 3 months ago

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Unless the UK government enters into diplomatic negotiations with Saudi Arabia for compensation, this decision dashes the victims' hopes for justice, said Tawanda Hondora, Amnesty International's deputy director of the Law and Policy programme. There

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London :: United Kingdom | 3 months ago

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Justice Secretary Chris Grayling will insist the British government thinks it is lawful to tell criminals to die in jail The British government is to defy the European courts and to insist dangerous criminals must remain behind bars forever.

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London :: United Kingdom | 3 months ago

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David Cameron has insisted that British courts must retain the right to sentence the worst offenders to stay in prison until they die, despite a ruling by European judges. Last year, the European Court of Human Rights upheld an appeal by three

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Zurich :: Switzerland | 4 months ago

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The European Court of Human Rights issued last week a critical Armenian Genocide-related ruling in the case of Dogu Perincek vs...Perincek, the leader of a minor Turkish political party, had traveled to Switzerland in 2005 with the intention of

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Brussels :: Belgium | 4 months ago

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Football transfer system must change, says world players' union Football faces a legal challenge that could result in the end of transfer fees and have as big an impact on the game as the landmark Bosman ruling. World players' union Fifpro claims the

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