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European human rights court rejects free speech defence of extremist videos

The European Court of Human Rights evaluated Belkacem's argument that his remarks in a series of videos on online platform YouTube fell within his freedoms of expression and religion and were not meant..
DNA

Jehovah's Witnesses vow to appeal Russia ban in European court

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Jehovah's Witnesses said on Tuesday it would appeal a ban on its activities in Russia at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, saying it had exhausted all other legal..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

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News video: Parents end legal battle to get terminally-ill Charlie Gard more treatment

Parents end legal battle to get terminally-ill Charlie Gard more treatment 00:50

The parents of Charlie Gard have ended their fight to have their terminally ill baby flown from the UK to the United States for experimental treatment. In an emotional tribute to their son, they said..
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News video: GQ Journalist Questions Theresa May and David Davis Over Brexit at Spectator Summer Party

GQ Journalist Questions Theresa May and David Davis Over Brexit at Spectator Summer Party 01:42

GQ journalist Nimrod Kamer confronted Prime Minister Theresa May on July 13 at the Spectator magazine’s summer party, to ask her about rights for European citizens in post-Brexit Britain. Kamer..
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News video: Britain Is Taking Steps To Cut Off Its Ties With The European Union

Britain Is Taking Steps To Cut Off Its Ties With The European Union 00:35

Brexit may finally be happening. On July 13, Britain published legislation to end political, financial and legal ties with the European Union. This repeal bill takes the first step to make Brexit a..
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News video: EU's Barnier says clock is 'ticking' not 'whistling' on Brexit

EU's Barnier says clock is 'ticking' not 'whistling' on Brexit 00:41

EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier responds to British Foreign Secretary's quip on Tuesday by saying he can hear the clock "ticking" on Brexit. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
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News video: EU's Barnier says clock is 'ticking' not 'whistling' on Brexit

EU's Barnier says clock is 'ticking' not 'whistling' on Brexit 00:41

EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier responds to British Foreign Secretary's quip on Tuesday by saying he can hear the clock "ticking" on Brexit. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
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Turkey says half of appeals to ECHR over post-coup purge have been dismissed

Turkey's justice ministry said on Friday that the European Court of Human Rights had rejected half of the nearly 25,000 appeals submitted by Turkish citizens affected by the purge following last year's..
DNA

Factbox: How will Britain untangle its legal ties with the EU?

Britain published on Thursday the key piece of legislation that will enact its exit from the European Union, detailing how the government will transpose EU law into British law and end the supremacy of..
DNA

Britain publishes laws which will to sever ties with EU

Britain published on Thursday the key piece of legislation that will enact its exit from the European Union, detailing how the government will transpose EU law into British law and end the supremacy of..
DNA

The clock is ticking: EU pushes Britain on Brexit negotiations

The EU's negotiator pressed Britain on Wednesday to offer more post-Brexit rights to European expats and accept it will pay a hefty sum on leaving if it wants a quick start to talks on a future trading..
DNA

Top Europe court upholds ban on full-face veil in Belgium

The European Court of Human Rights today upheld a Belgian ban on wearing the full- face niqab veil in public.
DNA

Belgian ban on wearing full-face veils in public is legal

belgian ban on wearing full-face veils in public is legal
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that the ban in Belgium sought to guarantee social cohesion and was 'necessary in a democratic society'.
MailOnline India

Briton loses 14-year fight against extradition to US

A 39-year-old British murder suspect who has spent 14 years fighting his extradition to the United States lost his final appeal today at the European Court of Human Rights.
DNA

Britain's Labour calls on government to drop European court red line

Britain's opposition Labour Party called on the government to drop its "deeply unhelpful red line" in Brexit talks over the European Court of Justice, saying it should be more flexible to retain access..
DNA

British baby at end of life support draws in pope, Trump

A terminally ill British child has attracted the attention of both the president of the United States and the pope. More than 1.3 million pounds ($1.68 million) has been raised to help 11-month-old..
Deccan Herald

Turkey's opposition leader launches court challenge as he marches to Istanbul

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's main opposition leader launched a European court appeal on Tuesday over an April vote that granted President Tayyip Erdogan sweeping powers, stepping up his challenge to..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Pope expresses support for British parents of Baby Charlie

Ten-month-old Charlie Gard, who has brain damage, is shortly to be taken off life support after a ruling against his parents by British courts and the European Court of Human Rights.
DNA

European Union: Janssen Cilag S.A.S V. France: Approval Of Broad And Indiscriminate Seizures By The European Court Of Human Rights - Orrick

On April 13, 2017 in Janssen Cilag S.A.S v. France,[1] the European Court of Human Rights (the "Court") confirmed the validity of search and seizure operations carried out by the French Competition
Mondaq

Norwegian mass killer Breivik appeals to European court of human rights

OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik, who has legally changed his name to Fjotolf Hansen, has filed an appeal to the European court of human rights against his prison..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Britain looking at creating new body for EU citizens&#039; rights

Britain wants its own courts to have supremacy after the country leaves the European Union, while the EU favours maintaining the position of the European Court of Justice.
Zee News

European Union: European Court Of Justice Upholds Use Of Evidence From Noncompetition Authority - Jones Day

The European Court of Justice ruled that in antitrust proceedings, the European Commission may rely on the fortuitous conveyance of evidence by a national tax authority.
Mondaq

British PM's promise on citizen rights sets up EU clash

Prime Minister Theresa May on today promised EU citizens living in Britain that they would be allowed to stay after Brexit, but rejected calls by Brussels for the European court to oversee their..
DNA

EU falls short in fighting Asian human traffickers - audit

By Magdalena Mis LONDON, June 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The European Union is a magnet for human traffickers from Asia and must run better programmes in the region if it is to combat the global..
DNA


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