European Court of Human Rights
Navalny’s physician has claimed he may have been harmed by 'undefined chemical substances'.
She was convicted but later cleared of the murder of Meredith Kercher in 2007.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that some aspects of British surveillance violated the European Convention on Human Rights. The case was sparked by revelations from US whistleblower Edward Snowden, and is being celebrated by civil liberty groups.
A complaint was brought by human rights groups and journalists.
Two Brave Women Are At The Centre Of The Fight For Abortion Rights In Northern Ireland, And They Need Your Help
Women and girls living in Northern Ireland deserve better than being an afterthought or a political pawn to keep a party in power. They deserve concrete legal rights and guarantees. The government's concession could be reversed or revised based on the whims of the government of the day but a successful case for A and B would change that and give women and girls in Northern Ireland real and long-lasting justice.
PM is branded 'opportunistic and dishonest'.
Theresa May is wrong to say human rights law stands in the way of the fight against terror, experts have told HuffPost UK
It's time for other countries to catch up with the UK with regards to supporting women's choices in childbirth. It's time for the majority of the Grand Chamber of the ECHR to catch up. Indeed five members of the Grand Chamber have already caught up.
"Staying in the EU will make the UK more vulnerable to Paris-style terrorist attacks," said Iain Duncan Smith, a senior British
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that it is acceptable for an employer to monitor their employee's private online