The French Council of State ordered the government to repair the environmental damages caused by the state’s failure to meet greenhouse gas reduction targets. The ruling also ordered the Prime Minister to take immediate action to prevent further aggravation of damage.
The European Parliament formally submitted a lawsuit against the European Commission over its failure to trigger a new power to cut funding to countries such as Poland and Hungary, which have sparred with Brussels over democratic backsliding allegations.
Russia’s federal media regulator, Roskomnadzor, has refused to register the website Gubernia Media as a news outlet on the grounds that its editor-in-chief, Denis Kamalyagin, has been designated as “foreign agent.”
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has signed into law a bill intended to curb the political influence of the country's oligarchs. Passed by parliament, the legislation introduces a legal definition for an oligarch, creates a register of tycoons, and requires officials to declare contacts with oligarchs or their representatives.
The Home Office has failed to release its annual stop-and-search data, prompting concern that the figures will reveal a further increase to disproportionate targeting of black people. Campaigners said the withholding of key data appeared to be an attempt to avoid negative headlines while the Home Office’s two controversial legislative proposals – the policing bill and the borders bill – pass through parliament.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) will review a conviction of several climate activists for protesting on Swiss bank Credit Suisse’s grounds. While the activists were initially acquitted, the Swiss appeal court reversed that decision, noting that the imminent dangers of climate change do not provide activists with the freedom to break laws.
The law, which forms part of a transport and infrastructure decree, bans adverts on streets and all forms of transport that are demeaning to women and perpetuate gender stereotypes as well as those considered harmful to civil and political rights or containing discriminatory messages against gay people, ethnic and religious groups or people with disabilities.
Russia is investigating a complaint against Netflix after the public commissioner for protecting families accused the streaming company of violating Russian law on "gay propaganda". The U.S. company could face a fine of up to 1 million roubles ($13,400) or a temporary suspension of its service if found to have violated the law.
A former IS member is the first alleged jihadist prosecuted for genocide against the Yazidis. Allegedly he enslaved a Yazidi girl and her mother in Iraq, then tortured and murdered the 5-year old child in 2015. If the court concludes that he has committed genocide, then it will be the first time that a court says that crimes against Yazidis by IS are genocide.
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