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.
Lower house of parliament approves two bills, which must now be signed by President Putin, seeking to end European court's jurisdiction in the country.
Secret surveillance has long been a hot topic in the Balkan country, which joined the European Union in 2007.
Saakashvili was transferred to a military hospital after he collapsed and lost consciousness due to a prolonged hunger strike
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.
The lawsuit at the European Court of Human Rights says Athens carried out a violent and massive coordinated operation against 200 people stranded on a boat.
Kiev has accused Moscow of targeted “assassinations of perceived opponents” in Russia and other countries.
Russia's justice minister described the decision by the human rights court as unprecedented interference in the work of Russia's courts and said, "There are no legal grounds for the release of this person from custody."
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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