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Poland ploughs through with controversial judicial reforms

Ignoring objections at home and from the European Union, Poland has decided to go ahead with the appointment of new judges to the Supreme...

Why Poland’s top judge refuses to retire

Poland announced on July 3 that its top judge will need to retire on July 4 in line with a controversial reform passed by...

How Azerbaijan bribed ex-Council of Europe members

Former members of the Council of Europe’s parliamentary assembly engaged in “corruptive activities” and violated the human rights body's code of ethics, according to...

Germany to decide on extradition of Catalonia’s Carles Puigdemont

The extradition of former Catalan President, Carles Puigdemont, was officially requested by the public prosecutor for Germany’s northern state of Schleswig-Holstein. Puigdemont is being charged...

To Whom Erdogan Can Touch and Can’t?

UN Human Rights Office has published a comprehensive report on the massive human rights violations under the long-lasting State of Emergency declared in the...

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MEPs approve protection for innovative medicinal and plant protection products

MEPs adopt their first reading position about EU supplementary...

MEPs warn European Central Bank it could be risking its credibility

MEPs on Tuesday warned the ECB it risked its...

Zelenskyy urges South-Eastern Europe for more ammo to help Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged countries in South-East Europe...

The European Court of Human Rights ruled against Hungary for arbitrarily detaining unaccompanied children

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Hungary...

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