Deniz Yücel was in detention for a year — without indictment and with great uncertainty. Now he is free and landed in Germany.
Judge Emma Arbuthnot rejected a call from Assange’s lawyers for the warrant to be revoked because he is no longer wanted for questioning in Sweden over alleged sex crimes.
The Dutch Senate voted in favor of a new law that automatically makes every adult living in the Netherlands an organ donor.
The new German law that compels social media companies to remove hate speech and other illegal content can lead to unaccountable, overbroad censorship and should be promptly reversed, said Human Rights Watch.
The proposed bill could lead to banning NGOs dealing with migration.
The charges are brought in particular against the businessman and president’s acquaintance Evgeny Prigozhin and his companies Concord Management and Concord Catering.
Five judge court had unanimously ruled in May that the ban was unconstitutional.
Ahead of Brexit, UK citizens living in the Netherlands applied to court to have their rights as EU citizens recognized and protected. The court has passed their queries on to the European Court of Justice.
After a five-year legal battle against extradition, Love was told on Monday morning that he would not be sent to the US for face trial for hacking into computer systems including NASA, the Federal Reserve and the US Army.
Ali Feruza is accused of violating the rules of entry into Russia or the regime of stay in the country. In early August, the court ruled to force Feruz out of Russia to Uzbekistan.
The head of the human rights watchdog Council of Europe, Thorbjorn Jagland, is going to Turkey next week amid a proposed roadmap from Ankara to fastrack EU-required reforms, in order to lift visa restrictions on Turks.
At this very moment, some children in Spain are being held in adult immigration detention centres, pending return to their home countries.
According to the draft, “promoters of illegal migration” would be required to share data with the authorities, and would have to pay a 25 percent tax on donations from abroad.
More than 70 of 113 countries surveyed for latest Rule of Law Index report their fundamental human rights are being eroded.
The conclusions of the report are disappointing: journalists, bloggers and Internet activists are still being chased; the state expands the list of grounds for blocking and banning.
In many parts of the EU, civil society is under threat, finds a new report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA).
The law, passed by Moldova’s parliament, effectively bans the rebroadcasting of Russian news, military or politics programs.
France’s highest administrative court overturned a ban on breeding killer whales and dolphins in captivity after ruling there had been irregularities in the decree putting the legislation into place.
The Irish cabinet gave the go-ahead for a referendum to relax the country’s strict abortion laws, 35 years after the Catholic-majority country enshrined abortion as a crime in its constitution.
Judges of the UK Court of Appeal say snooper’s charter lacks adequate safeguards around accessing personal data.