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Roe v Wade overturned: Where is Europe headed on abortion rights?
While tensions reignite in the US, Europe has seen both progress and regression in recent years when it comes to women’s reproductive rights.
This climate group has published a guide on how to sue Shell and win
After a landmark victory against the fossil fuel company, Milieudefensie drafted a how-to guide that has been published during COP26.
Pablo Escobar’s cocaine hippos legally recognised as people
A small step in the legal case to protect descendants of the drug lord’s pets could have huge implications for animal rights in the US.
Chile president on new probe of mining operation
Chilean President Sebastian Piñera said on Friday he did not welcome a new probe into the wrongdoings by a mining project owned by his family and located in an environmentally rich area.
Shell ordered to cut CO2 emissions by 45% in landmark climate case
This is the first time in history that a company has been ordered to change its policies in line with the Paris Agreement.
EU's 'mandatory' lobbying register 'doesn't go far enough'
MEPs have voted to reinforce a list used to register meetings between lobbyists and EU officials that will apply, for the first time, to all three institutions, but critics say it doesn't go far enough.
France found guilty of climate inaction in 'historic victory'
A Paris court has ruled that France is guilty of not meeting commitments to curb emissions in a groundbreaking lawsuit.
Irish citizens win case to force government action on climate change
It could encourage more people to hold their government to account on environmental policy.
The Brief: MEPs vote to condemn Poland's anti-sex education bill
Parliament voted overwhelmingly to condemn a bill proposed by the Polish government that would criminalize sex education in schools.
Environmentalists & farmers take EU to court over climate change
Plaintiffs charge EU with establishing inadequate greenhouse gas reductions, and failing to ensure the already inadequate cuts are respected. A group action is trying to force the EU to make tougher laws.
The EU countries that will punish you for disrespecting their flags
It is not illegal to burn the US flag, but what about the law in EU countries?
Judge rules Charlie Gard will spend his final hours in a hospice
A British judge has ruled that Charlie Gard will be moved to a hospice to spend his final hours there before a ventilator that keeps him alive is turned off.
British teen cryogenically frozen after ruling in landmark case
The terminally ill 14-year-old's body has been frozen in the hope she could be brought back to life in future.
European judges solve Rubik's Cube legal puzzle
The Rubik’s Cube, a multicolored three-dimensional puzzle, that has been a fixture in children’s toy boxes for forty years.
Drug injection centres approved by Irish government
Decision must be ratified by Irish parliament