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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - European Court Of Human Rights
Under a France high court ruling handed down on Friday, mayors can no longer refuse to marry gay couples.
Judges with the European Court of Human Rights in essence kicked British law to the curb with a ruling that favored three convicted murderers — that mandatory life sentences are degrading and inhuman.
A European court has ruled that hate cleric Haroon Aswat, 39, who's accused by the United States of conspiring to build a jihad training camp in Oregon, can stay in the United Kingdom.
In a remarkably short time, Germany recovered smartly from the wreckage of its defeat in World War II to become the economic strongman of Europe. Monuments to the nation's plunge into Nazism remain at Dachau and other death camps as grim reminders of the dangers of an all-powerful state with a messianic leader.
Lawyers for three members of the feminist punk group Pussy Riot have contested their convictions in the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
The assault on religious freedom continues. Governments here in the United States and across the Atlantic are growing ever more comfortable forcing believers to act against their moral and religious beliefs.
The United States and its allies from the Group of Eight are meeting in Washington this week to improve international cooperation on counterterrorism and anti-crime measures, including moves to stop the use of fertilizer in roadside bombs and measures to combat the growing encroachment of Latin American drug cartels in West Africa.
British Airways discriminated against a devoutly Christian airline employee by making her remove a crucifix at work, Europe's highest court ruled Tuesday. But the court rejected discrimination cases by three other Christian claimants.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled Thursday in favor of a German man who says the CIA illegally kidnapped him and took him to a secret prison in Afghanistan in 2003. The decision was hailed by critics of the so-called extraordinary renditions programs in the U.S. war on terrorism.
If the Supreme Court fails to hear Hollingsworth v. Perry, also known as the Proposition 8 case, it will be approving injustice.
The widower of an Indian woman who died in an Irish hospital after being refused an abortion plans to sue Ireland's government in the European Court of Human Rights.
Radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri has lost a court appeal to prevent extradition to the United States to face terrorism charges, including allegedly trying to set up an al Qaeda training camp in rural Oregon, officials said Monday.
Radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri has lost a court appeal to block extradition to the U.S. to face terrorism charges that include trying to set up an al Qaeda training camp in rural Oregon.
Italy's ban on screening embryos for diseases before they are implanted in a womb violates the rights of a couple whose first child was born with cystic fibrosis, the European Court of Human Rights ruled Tuesday.
Lawyers for Yulia Tymoshenko, the Ukrainian opposition leader who has been jailed and convicted of abusing her office, are appealing before the European Court of Human Rights.