The court said large-scale logging in the Bialowieska forest is endangering many species of birds and insects
The European Court of Justice has formally ruled Poland is breaching air pollution limits, opening the door to a possible fine if it doesn’t tackle the deadly problem.
The Amsterdam court agreed to refer their case about exactly what defines EU citizenship to the European Court of Justice.
The European Court of Justice barred the "sexuality tests" from being used as grounds to reject an asylum application.
For most married couples in Europe, their union is legally recognised throughout the continent. But others, like Adrian Coman and Clai Hamilton, have spent six years trying to get the same privilege.
The ruling followed a divorce case by Syrian-German couple who divorced under Sharia law in Syria on October 2013. This is the court's first ruling on the subject.
The EU plans to take legal action against Poland, Hungary and the Czech republic
Officials say the three countries should take in their fair share
The Bialowieza forest includes one of the largest surviving parts of the primeval forest that covered the European plain 10,000 years ago.
ECJ ban on logging in Europe's oldest forest 'welcomed' by conservationists.
The European Commission says it's looking into the issue.
The European Court of Justice ruled that sitting around playing cards is not a physical activity.
Could the British government's decision to trigger Article 50 be reversed?
Low cost carrier, Ryanair has insisted that a ruling by the European Court of Justice will not change the current status of employment contracts for
Europe's top court has ruled Slovakia and Hungary cannot refuse to take in refugees, in a victory for the EU's contentious quota system.
It's the new front in the bitter conflict pitting Warsaw against Brussels: Europe's oldest forest, at Poland's border with Belarus.
The UK government's new position paper says 'direct jurisdiction' of the European Court of Justice will end with Brexit.
The promise was complete judicial independence for the UK, but new documents make this outcome look less likely.
The European Union is taking legal action against Poland’s right wing government over court reforms it fears will undermine the independence of the country’s common courts.
The top EU court's adviser says a case brought by Slovakia and Hungary challenging the mandatory relocation of asylum seekers across the bloc should be dismissed
In this episode: Belgium’s ban on Islamic veils are ruled to be legal; the British Foreign Secretary dismisses talk of a Brexit bill, and Ukraine hosts an EU-Kiev…