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Op-Ed Contributor: Don’t Caricature Europe’s Court

Op-Ed Contributor: Don’t Caricature Europe’s Court

The European Court of Human Rights, in Strasbourg.
Op-Ed Contributor: Cour européenne des droits de l’homme: arrêtons la caricature

Op-Ed Contributor: Cour européenne des droits de l’homme: arrêtons la caricature

La Cour européenne des droits de l’homme, à Strasbourg.
Muslim Girls in Switzerland Must Attend Swim Classes With Boys, Court Says

Muslim Girls in Switzerland Must Attend Swim Classes With Boys, Court Says

The Norrebro district of Copenhagen. European countries are struggling to integrate an influx of migrants, many from majority-Muslim countries.

European Court Orders Russia to Pay U.S. Families Whose Adoptions It Blocked

Russia said it would appeal the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights within the next three months, but it could ignore the decision outright.
European Court Strikes Down Required Sterilization for Transgender People

European Court Strikes Down Required Sterilization for Transgender People

A gay pride parade in Paris in 2013. Gay and transgender activists in Europe have argued that a sterilization requirement of transgender people was an institutionalized violation of human rights.
European Court Faults Russia’s Handling of 2004 Beslan School Siege

European Court Faults Russia’s Handling of 2004 Beslan School Siege

Officers from the Russian special police during the rescue operation at a school in Beslan in 2004.
Russia’s ‘Gay Propaganda’ Laws Are Illegal, European Court Rules

Russia’s ‘Gay Propaganda’ Laws Are Illegal, European Court Rules

Police officers detained Nikolai A. Alekseyev during an unauthorized protest in 2013 against Russian laws banning the promotion or display of homosexuality.

European court slams Russia’s “gay propaganda” law

A top European court has issued a sharply worded rebuke to the Kremlin over its so-called “gay propaganda” law, saying it breaches human rights laws by reinforcing the stigma around homosexuality and
Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Charlie Gard, who turns 11 months old on Tuesday, with his parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Charlie Gard, who is 11 months old, with his parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Charlie Gard, who turns 11 months old on Tuesday, with his parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.

Women wearing full veils can be jailed in Belgium, EU court affirms

Publicly covering your face in Belgium could get you fined or put in jail for up to seven days, according to the European Union’s top human rights’ court. The European Court of Human Rights, which

Sex for Women After 50 Is Important After All, European Court Rules

Europe’s top human rights court overturned a Portuguese decision reducing the damages awarded to a woman who was left unable to have sex after a botched surgery in 1995.
European Court Limits Employers’ Right to Monitor Workers’ Email

European Court Limits Employers’ Right to Monitor Workers’ Email

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France. The court’s Grand Chamber ruled that employers must inform workers in advance as to the extent and nature of their monitoring.
European Court Limits Employers’ Right to Monitor Workers’ Email

European Court Limits Employers’ Right to Monitor Workers’ Email

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France. The court’s Grand Chamber ruled that employers must inform workers in advance as to the extent and nature of their monitoring.
European Court Limits Employers’ Right to Monitor Workers’ Email

European Court Limits Employers’ Right to Monitor Workers’ Email

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France. The court’s Grand Chamber ruled that employers must inform workers in advance as to the extent and nature of their monitoring.
UK intelligence agencies face surveillance claims in European court

UK intelligence agencies face surveillance claims in European court

Civil rights groups bring first major legal challenge since Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing revelationsThe first major challenge to the legality of UK intelligence agencies intercepting private
Berlusconi doesn’t need his parliament ban to be overturned to control Italian politics

Berlusconi doesn’t need his parliament ban to be overturned to control Italian politics

Silvio Berlusconi was expelled from Italy’s parliament in 2013, after being convicted of tax fraud. But far from retiring from politics, the media mogul and…
Silvio Berlusconi takes public office ban to human rights court

Silvio Berlusconi takes public office ban to human rights court

Appeal could mark political comeback of 81-year-old former Italian PM barred from running for office after tax fraud conviction An appeal against a ban on Silvio Berlusconi holding public office is to
Greece Scraps Compulsory Shariah for Muslim Minority

Greece Scraps Compulsory Shariah for Muslim Minority

Residents of Komotini, Greece, outside the Kirmahalle Cammi mosque last month. Muslims in the northern region of Thrace, which includes Komotini, will have the option of going to a Greek court to