Refugees can only seek asylum in the country they first entered on arrival in Europe, but a German court is challenging this with a ruling that may offer hope to Syrians facing deportation.
Eyad al Gharib, 44, has been found guilty over his role in helping to arrest protesters and deliver them to a detention centre in Damascus in 2011, making this the first verdict for crimes against humanity in Syrian civil war.
Court in Koblenz city tries two suspected members of Syrian regime's intelligence Anwar R and Eyad A for torture and sexual assault, in first trial for war crimes by regime agents.
The US electric carmaker announced plans last November to build a Gigafactory in Gruenheide in the eastern state of Brandenburg.
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 ruling effectively outlaws the offering and placing on the market of the finished product in Germany, including the sale. The iPhones 7plus, 7, 8, 8plus and X are affected, the court said.
The move comes after a German court ruled that separatist Carles Puigdemont could only be extradited on charges related to misuse of public funds.
Puigdemont, granted bail after German judges ruled he could not be extradited on charges of "rebellion" brought by Spain also called for "the immediate release of all my colleagues in Spanish prisons".
German prosecutors say they are seeking the extradition of former Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont to Spain, where he could face trial for his role in organising an independence referendum.
German authorities have 60 days to decide whether to extradite region's former president Carles Puigdemont to Spain and comes five months after he went on run after vote on independence.
This is meant to limit emissions of particulate matter and nitrogen oxide (NOx), known to cause respiratory disease, after Volkswagen in 2015 admitted to cheating US exhaust tests.
A German court sentences an ex-Auschwitz guard to five years in jail for ‘remaining silent and doing nothing' to stop killings at the concentration camp, even though he never killed or tortured any of the victims himself.
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