President Erdogan says the European Court of Human Rights makes unfair decisions when it comes to Türkiye even as important reforms have been made in the country over the past 20 years.
Greece is ordered to pay over $335,000 to a group of applicants who filed a case against Athens over the 2014 sinking of a migrant boat that killed 11 people.
The British government was thwarted in its attempt to send a handful of asylum seekers on a charter plane to Rwanda after ECHR stepped in to issue injunctions, cancelling the flight.
Greece’s Western Thrace region is home to a Muslim Turkish community of 150,000.
The court found that "there was also a strong prima facie case that, in killing Mr Litvinenko, Mr Lugovoi and Mr Kovtun had been acting on the direction or control of the Russian authorities". Kremlin rejects the ruling.
Several Czech parents filed a case with the ECHR after they were fined for failing to comply with vaccination rules or whose children were denied admission to nursery school for the same reason.
Navalny, who called a World War II veteran and other people featured in a pro-Kremlin video last year as “corrupt stooges” and “traitors, has rejected the slander charges and described them as part of official efforts to disparage him.
Frontex, Europe’s border security agency, faces questions over its complicity in violating the EU law.
The child welfare service in the prosperous Nordic country faces accusations of forcibly taking away children from perfectly capable parents.
European Court of Human Rights rejects set of appeals challenging 2015-2016 curfews in southeast Turkey, part of security operations against PKK terrorist group.
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