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An antiquated law that states that only sons can inherit hereditary peerages is being challenged in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). ... [Read More]
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Ireland may face severe fines for failing to implement rules to prevent money laundering, the European Commission warned yesterday. The commission said it had referred... [Read More]
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In the Science Insider story "Logging in Europe's primeval forest ruled illegal" (18 April, [https://scim.ag/EuroLogging][1]), E. Stokstad reports that the extensive logging in Poland's Białowieża... [Read More]
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Hungary has been referred to the European Union's highest court for perceived failings to comply with the bloc's asylum rules and is facing censure for... [Read More]
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The European Court of Human Rights rules that the Russian government should pay members of the controversial punk band Pussy Riot just under €50... [Read More]
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Anti-Kremlin journalist Anna Politkovskaya was murdered in her apartment block in 2006. [Read More]
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The European Court of Human Rights' ruling — and the release of new music from the activist and punk collective — comes two days after... [Read More]
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A European court condemned Russia Tuesday for its handling of two high-profile cases involving activist band Pussy Riot and the death of Anna Politkovskaya. [Read More]
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The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Russia failed to properly investigate the murder of investigative journalist Anna Politkovskaya, who exposed the brutality and... [Read More]
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The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday ordered Russia to pay 20,000 euros ($23,442) in damages to relatives of murdered investigative journalist Anna Politkovskaya,... [Read More]
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The European Court of Human Rights condemned Russia on Tuesday for its treatment of 2012 protests by the Pussy Riot punk band in a Moscow... [Read More]
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The European Court of Human Rights condemns "multiple violations" in the feminist band's 2012 case. [Read More]
I recently became aware of the Turkish government's expulsion of an American teacher, violating her freedom of expression. [Read More]
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