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EU member states may not imprison undocumented refugees and migrants for merely entering the Schengen zone.
Hungary says controversial plans to create a new EU border force, which could intervene in a country without its permission, would violate “national
Thursday (August 27) saw the European Court of Human Rights uphold an Italian law against the donation of human embryos for scientific research. By
A European Central Bank bond-buying plan crafted at the height of the euro zone crisis is in line with European law, according to the European Court
France’s data regulatory authority has ruled US giant Google must scrub European users’ data from its servers worldwide and not just in Europe, if a
The European Court of Human Rights has upheld a decision by France's highest legal body to allow doctors take a man, in a coma since 2008, off life support.
A leading EU lawyer has stated that an ECB bond-buying programme will not break EU law. The European Central Bank’s Outright Monetary Transactions
The ruling by the General Court of the European Union keeps measures against Hamas in place for three months, or pending an appeal.
Nine Somali pirates are to receive compensation of up to 9000 euros after the European court of Human Rights in Strasbourg decided they had been
A decision by the European Court of Justice is being hailed by some as an end to so-called “benefit tourism” in the EU. Germany had gone to the
The European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has delivered a verdict on a German case that may come as sweet news for EU member states concerned about
Europe’s top court has ruled that European Union countries can block jobless immigrants from receiving welfare benefits. The so-called ‘welfare
Hungary’s government came under fire from the EU once again on Monday after the European Commission criticised a new tax on advertising revenue. It
A European court has found that Poland allowed the CIA to run a secret rendition and interrogation camp at the country’s Stare Kiejkuty military
The world’s largest internet search engine, Google, has launched a service for European citizens to request that links to what they believe is
Bank depositors in Cyprus have sued the European Central Bank and the European Commission. The savers filed four lawsuits demanding compensation
It has been dubbed the ‘right to be forgotten’. In a case pitting privacy campaigners against Google, a top EU court says Internet firms can be
European Court of Human Rights has ordered Turkey to pay 90 million euros to Cyprus over the 1974 invasion of the island and its subsequent
The European Court of Justice has ruled that a law that permits member states to share information on drivers who commit traffic offenses while in
Europe’s top court ruled on Tuesday that an EU law that forced firms to store customer data for up to two years is illegal The European Court of
Germany’s Constitutional Court has said it thinks the European Central Bank’s bond-buying plan exceeds the ECB’s mandate and violates a ban on it
Spain has been ordered to release a Basque separatist militant. The European Court of Human Rights has ruled Ines del Rio Prada a member of the
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) says it will not examine the thoroughness of a Russian investigation into the massacre of Polish war
The European Court of Human Rights has called on Spain to release a member of the Basque separatist organisation ETA and to end what has been known
Train passengers in the EU are entitled to partial refunds in the event of significant delays – even if they are caused by severe weather
The respect of our basic rights has become a top priority for many Europeans, and something that was supposed to strengthen those freedoms was the
European citizens are being reminded that the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights, which came into force in 2009, is not just legally
Politically-motivated and a violation of her rights. That is the verdict from the European Court of Human Rights on the jailing of former prime
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the detention of the former prime minister of Ukraine, Yulia Tymoshenko, prior to her trial in
A new ruling by Europe’s highest court could make it harder for Spanish banks to evict homeowners. The European Court of Justice says the