European Court of Human Rights
The European Court of Human Rights upheld Belgium’s contentious ban on partial and full-face veils worn by Muslim women on Tuesday.
But replacing human judges is “impossible” right now, researchers say.
Serious operational blunders caused British police to mistake the Brazilian electrician for a failed suicide bomber and shoot him seven times as he boarded an underground train in 2005.
Thirteen years after fiery Muslim cleric Abu Omar was abducted from a street in Milan and rendered to Egypt, the European Court of Human Rights awarded him damages.
Sabrina De Sousa, a former CIA officer convicted in Italy for the 2003 unlawful rendition of a radical Muslim cleric, faces a possible 5-year prison sentence.
Vladimir Putin has signed a law officially allowing the Russian Constitutional Court to pick and choose whether or not it follows rulings by the European Court of Human Rights.
Sabrina De Sousa had her passport confiscated while trying to leave Portugal this week, and now waits to hear whether she'll be extradited to Italy to serve a 5-year prison sentence.
For years, a former CIA agent and the alleged terrorist she was convicted of abducting have walked parallel paths in seeking to reveal the truth about the incident.
Vincent Lambert, left severely brain damaged by a traffic accident in 2008, has been at the center of an emotional family legal battle.
Changes in the economy don't just wreck lives; they can alter the structure of how we see the world around us.
Getting your appeal thrown out by a country's Supreme Court sounds pretty final, but the Wikileaks founder has ways to continue fighting the accusations of rape and sexual assault that have dogged him for years.