Twenty-one humanitarian organizations issued a joint statement condemning the Greek government's decision to reinstate a migrant "containment" policy after it was struck down by the nation's highest administrative court. Among them were Amnesty International, Oxfam, and Human Rights Watch.
A Turkish court sentenced 14 staff of the opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet to prison on terrorism charges and acquitted three, one of their lawyers said, in a case that has sparked global outrage over press freedom under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The court found that Poland violated the EU's Habitat Directive, which requires members of the EU to take appropriate action to conserve areas deemed special. Under the court's ruling, Poland must immediately stop logging in the forest or be subject to financial penalties.
Open Society Foundations has revealed plans to close its Budapest office ahead of a crackdown on civil society by the right-wing government of the re-elected Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán.
The Catalan rapper Pablo Hasél will spend two years and one day in jail for glorifying terrorism and insulting the Crown and state institutions in one of his songs and a series of tweets.
Reduce the number of shelters and manage psychological crises right from the beginning – that's the idea behind the new law written by Minister of Health Melanie Huml (CSU). But experts in Bavaria are dissatisfied with the current draft.
The court has decided that Telegram as the organizer of information dissemination on the Internet is obliged to provide the FSB with the data necessary for decoding messages of its users.