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Cyprus court overturns UK woman’s conviction for lying about gang rape
The woman's lawyers have described the court decision as a "watershed" moment.
Polish court slams government for restricting media at Belarus border
Poland declared a state of emergency near the Belarusian border as thousands of migrants attempted to enter the EU last year.
UK Supreme Court rules against gender-neutral passports
A British activist has lost a legal challenge on the government’s policy not to allow gender-neutral passports.
A bid will be made to exonerate two men over the murder of Malcolm X
A bid will be made to exonerate two men over the murder of Malcolm X, says Manhattan’s DA.
European court urges Poland to address lack of judicial independence
The court called on Warsaw to take "rapid action" to resolve the lack of independence in its National Council.
US Supreme Court refuses to stop Texas law banning most abortions
The law marks the most dramatic restriction on abortion rights in the United States since the Supreme Court's landmark Roe v. Wade decision legalised abortion across the country in 1973.
Why are Croatian politicians sharing photos of themselves in swimwear?
Viral photos of Croatian politicians have been circulating on social media and it's all over a rule of law dispute.
New chambers of Poland Supreme Court may violate EU law: CJEU opinion
Evgeni Tanchev's opinion came out on the same day when Poland ruled that the country's human rights ombudsman - a critic of the government - must leave office at the end of his term.
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Danish man sentenced for coughing on policeman and shouting 'corona'
A Danish man has been sentenced to four months in prison by the country's Supreme court for coughing at a policeman and shouting "corona".
UK Supreme Court rejects Uber appeal, ruling that drivers are workers
The decision could threaten the car service's business model and could have wider implications for the so-called gig economy.
Supreme court increases jail term for killer of journalist Jan Kuciak
Slovakia was rocked by the murders of journalist Jan Kuciak and Martina Kusnirova in February 2018.
UK top court to rule on Shamima Begum's demand to return to Britain
Begum left her parents' home in East London in 2015 when she was just 15 to travel to Syria to join IS. She was stripped of her nationality in 2019, a decision she is legally challenging.
EU 'naive' over rule of law of breaches, says Jourova
Vera Jourova was speaking as the EU published its first-ever report on democratic values in the 27-country bloc.
US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, feminist icon, dies
Ginsburg's death has set off debate in the United States over whether her replacement should be named before or after the presidential election.
Poland's presidential election is valid, rules country's top court
The decision follows a challenge to Andrzej Duda's re-election from the opposition Civic Platform party, alleging numerous irregularities.
US Supreme Court: LGBT people can't be fired over sexual orientation
The ruling could have a huge impact on the estimated 8 to 11 million American LGBT community, who are not protected against workplace discrimination in most US states.
'Welcome back, Turkey': Court orders Ankara to lift its Wikipedia ban
Ankara banned Wikipedia in April 2017 over entries that stated that the country had sponsored terrorist organisations.
'Enormous victory for climate': Netherlands ordered to cut CO2
The Urgenda environmental group has come out victorious of its six-year legal battle against the Netherlands with the High Court citing the EU's Convention of Human Rights in its ruling.
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The new proposed bill tries to put a definitive end to the activities of an abundant number of Polish judges to uphold the rule of law. The attack against judicial independence, then, takes a further step forward.
Watch: The moment a judge rules UK parliament suspension unlawful
This is the historic moment a UK judge ruled Boris Johnson's suspension — or proroguing — of parliament was unlawful.
Spain will exhume Franco's remains on Thursday
The location of Franco's tomb continues to fracture Spanish opinion with 43% in favour of the move and 32.5% against, according to a recent poll.
Boris Johnson dares opposition to call vote of no confidence
The prime minister also says he will not ask for a Brexit extension.
Could MPs be recalled if judges rule parliament's suspension illegal?
Britain's Supreme Court is due to rule on Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament on Tuesday.
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‘PM regards parliament a threat,’ hears UK Supreme Court
Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament was motivated by preventing MPs from damaging government policy, it's been claimed.