Court Awards €135,000 Damages After Cyprus Property Rights Breach

Judges at the European Court of Human Rights have awarded €135,000 in damages to Anthousa Iordanou after declaring that Turkey breached her property rights.

View From The Court: 11 January 2011

Judges at the European Court of Human Rights will today review legal arguments in cases arising from a lengthy school ban, allegations of defamation and an attack by stray dogs which led to the death of a six year old Turkish girl.

Report Urges Improved Protection For Balkans War Crimes Witnesses

Due to threats, intimidation and even murder, potential witnesses decide not to testify before national courts of the countries concerned, as they fear for their lives and that of their families.

ECHR Rules On 1549 Cases Against Georgia After Russia Conflict

The Court has decided to strike out of the list of pending cases before it 1,549 applications belonging to a group of more than 3,300 individual applications against Georgia.

Anti-Racism Monitors Meet In Istanbul

The two days of discussions will focus on issues such as freedom of speech and the fight against racism, and on new challenges in combating discrimination.