German firms Telekom Deutschland and SpaceNet have challenged the law that obliged telecoms firms to retain customers' traffic and location data for several weeks to fight serious crime.
The European Commission has launched legal action against the UK for introducing legislation to scrap post-Brexit trading rules for Northern Ireland, calling the move 'a breach of international law'.
In a ruling hailed as a boost to democratic values, the European Union’s highest court said that the 27-nation bloc can suspend support payments to member states if they breach rule of law principles.
Faith groups and thousands of women say EU court order allowing firms to ban employees from wearing headscarf under certain conditions pushes for "businesses to adopt Islamophobic hiring practices."
The 1,200 page-long document lays out detail on trade, law enforcement and dispute settlement among other arrangements after the UK leaves the EU.
The EU Commission accused Apple in 2016 of striking an illegal deal with Irish authorities that allowed the tech giant to pay extremely low tax rates.
A Turkish-origin German woman working for drugstore chain Mueller returned to work after maternity leave wearing a headscarf but was told that doing so is against the company's policy.
The EU included the PKK on its blacklist in 2002; the terror group had applied to the European Court of Justice in May 2014 in order to be relieved of the restrictions.
The two central EU states, backed by neighbour Poland, had argued that the EU's 2015 scheme to have each member state host a certain number of refugees was unlawful.
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