19/11/2019

Deportation of suspected IS fighters forces Germany to take action

Turkey will deport 10 men, women and children with suspected ties to "Islamic State" back to Germany this week. The move is making several countries address how to repatriate suspected terrorists and their families.
Source: Deutsche Welle
22/11/2019

A Concise Comparison of Legal Clinics in Malta, Scotland, and Wales

Today, legal clinics operating on the basis of universities are one of the important forms of training law students. Legal Dialogue Journal talks about three European legal clinics.
26/11/2019

Far-right German lawmakers meet Assad representatives in Syria

Members of far-right populist party Alternative for Germany visited Syria to prove that the country is a "safe country of origin" for migrants. The anti-Islam party aims to prove that Syria is safe for migrants to be sent back to.
Source: Deutsche Welle
26/11/2019

Far-right German lawmakers meet Assad representatives in Syria

Members of far-right populist party Alternative for Germany visited Syria to prove that the country is a "safe country of origin" for migrants. The anti-Islam party aims to prove that Syria is safe for migrants to be sent back to.
Source: Deutsche Welle
26/11/2019

Northern Ireland facing millions in EU fines over environmental failures

The European Commission has begun proceedings against the UK over alarming 'infractions' of EU standards such as failures for shellfish waters to meet food hygiene regulations, breaches of air quality levels and failures to preserve wildlife and flora through special conservation areas.
Source: The Irish News
26/11/2019

Northern Ireland facing millions in EU fines over environmental failures

The European Commission has begun proceedings against the UK over alarming 'infractions' of EU standards such as failures for shellfish waters to meet food hygiene regulations, breaches of air quality levels and failures to preserve wildlife and flora through special conservation areas.
Source: The Irish News
26/11/2019

EU fails to agree on privacy rules for WhatsApp, Skype

The European Commission kicked off the process two years ago with its proposal for an ePrivacy regulation which would ensure that tech companies offering online messaging and email services would be subjected to the same tough rules as telecoms providers.
Source: Euraktiv
26/11/2019

EU fails to agree on privacy rules for WhatsApp, Skype

The European Commission kicked off the process two years ago with its proposal for an ePrivacy regulation which would ensure that tech companies offering online messaging and email services would be subjected to the same tough rules as telecoms providers.
Source: Euraktiv
26/11/2019

Poland elects controversial judges to constitutional court

Poland’s parliament elected three ruling party nominees as judges to the constitutional court, raising concerns about the court’s independence. The most disputed of the three judges is Stanislaw Piotrowicz, a former communist-era state prosecutor.
Source: The Washington Post