Topic: European Court of Human Rights
Pippa Middleton won widespread praise for her Alexander McQueen dress at the royal wedding, but it's what she wore before the wedding that has the paparazzi clamoring for more and the royal family asking for legal intervention.
05/12/2011 01:30 am
The economic boom in Turkey that is driving urban renewal is also forcing many minorities and the poor from their homes. Now, some are fighting back with lawsuits.
05/09/2011 02:59 pm
Banned Books Week is often celebrated by making lists of banned volumes. But what is the fate of the writers behind those titles?
10/01/2010 09:05 am
Thousands of Germans have reportedly requested their homes be removed from Google Street View. Millions more, however, are already avidly using the program.
08/12/2010 01:39 pm
Film director Roman Polanski may have avoided extradition stemming from a 1977 child sex case, but his case runs counter to the trend. Why more countries are handing over suspects to the US.
07/12/2010 09:50 pm
Crucifix ban in Italian schools should be overturned, nine European governments said in an appeal Wednesday.
06/30/2010 02:08 pm
How Russia responds to the Moscow subway bombing terrorist attacks will say much about the direction of Russia itself -- and the power-sharing relationship between Putin and Medvedev.
03/30/2010 02:40 pm
A US judge granted German homeschoolers asylum in January after ruling they faced persecution in Germany, where the practice is punishable with fines or imprisonment. The US Home School Legal Defense Association says other German families are exploring political asylum in the US.
03/02/2010 11:23 am
In Pictures Muslim women and the veil
Pro-Palestinian activists, who say Israel committed Gaza war crimes, had been seeking arrest warrants from Britain's lower courts for senior political and military leaders planning visits to the country.
01/08/2010 11:22 am