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1. 2017-10-05 Spanish court bars Catalan MPs' independence move Madrid
C. 2017-07-16 Poles rally against controversial reform of judiciary Warsaw, Poland
D. 2017-07-13 Charlie Gard's parents storm out of new court hearing London
E. 2017-03-30 Brexit: EU's Tusk to issue negotiation guidelines Brussels
F. 2016-07-29 Erdogan to drop lawsuits against people who insulted him Turkey
2016-07-12 Court rules in favor of Philippines over China Hague
7. 2016-05-20 Parliament in Turkey backs lifting immunity from prosecution Turkey
I. 2016-01-08 Cologne attacks: Merkel considers tougher migrant laws Germany
J. 2016-01-03 EU ready to fight Polish media law Poland

Parliament in Turkey backs lifting immunity from prosecution Cologne attacks: Merkel considers tougher migrant laws EU ready to fight Polish media law Hague panel can rule on Philippines-China dispute   Hungary enacts tough new migrant laws
Spanish court bars Catalan MPs' independence move Poles rally against controversial reform of judiciary Charlie Gard's parents storm out of new court hearing  The parents of a baby with a rare disease are hoping for a fresh analysis of their wish to take the child to the United States for medical treatment   Brexit: EU's Tusk to issue negotiation guidelines  European Council President Donald Tusk is due to issue draft guidelines on how the EU intends to negotiate the UK's departure from the bloc   Erdogan to drop lawsuits against people who insulted him  Turkey's president has said he is withdrawing all lawsuits against people charged with insulting him   Court rules in favor of Philippines over China

year 2017 Top ^

Oct.5   Madrid
Jul.16   Poland
Jul.13   London
Mar.30   Brussels

year 2016 Top ^

Jul.29   Turkey
Jul.12   Hague
  An international tribunal is concluding China has no legal basis to claim historic rights to the bulk of the South China Sea
 China has firmly rejected an international tribunal ruling
May.20   Turkey
Jan.8   Germany
Jan.3   Poland

year 2015 Top ^

Oct.29   Hague
Sep.14   Hungary
  Hungary has brought in tough new migrant laws which it says will 'start a new era' in preventing the inflow of illegal immigrants

May.23   Moscow
Feb.23   Paris

year 2014 Top ^

Nov.13   London
Nov.11   Luxembourg
Jul.4   Moscow
Jul.1   France
Mar.21   Moscow
Mar.10   Moscow
Feb.17   Kiev
Feb.15   Turkey
Jan.27   Kiev

year 2013 Top ^

Jul.11   Ireland
Apr.23   Paris
  France has become the 14th country to approve a law allowing gay marriage. The bil was passed by 321 votes to 225 in the French parliament

year 2012 Top ^

Dec.28   Moscow   Putin signs anti-U.S. adoption bill
  Russian President has signed into law a ban on Americans adopting Russian orphans. The law is a reaction to the US Magnitsky Act.    The U.S. State Department said it '...
Dec.20   Moscow   Putin backs ban on US adoptions  Russian President Vladimir Putin has defended a ban on Americans adopting Russian children, which has been proposed by the Russian parliamen...

year 2011 Top ^

Apr.10   France French veil curbs come into force
  A law has come into force in France which makes it an offence for a Muslim woman to conceal her face behind a veil when in public

year 2010 Top ^

Jul.28   Barcelona Catalonia bans bullfighting   Catalonia is the first Spanish mainland region to ban bullfighting after its parliament voted to outlaw the tradition on animal cruelty grou...

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.7   Rome   Berlusconi immunity law overruled
  Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law granting Prime Minister immunity from prosecution while in office

year 2008 Top ^

Jun.5   Turkey Court annuls Turkish scarf reform  Highest court has annulled a parliamentary reform allowing college students to wear Muslim headscarves

year 2007 Top ^

Jun.20   Germany EU to drop idea of constitution May.1   Turkey   Presidential vote annulled  Coutry highest court halted a parliamentary vote that looked certain to install an Islamist president Feb.26   UN Tribunal   Serbia guilty of failing to prevent genocide  The International Court of Justice clears Serbia of direct responsibility and complicity in the case

year 2006 Top ^

Apr.19   Rome Supreme court confirms Prodi poll victory
Apr.10   Paris France to replace youth job law
  President Chirac has announced that the new law that sparked weeks violent protests will be scrapped
Apr.5   Paris Unions press for law repeal

year 2005 Top ^

Apr.28   England Iraq war legal advice published

year 2004 Top ^

Dec.4   Kiev Deal to reduce the president's powers
Dec.3   Kiev Court Orders Re-Run of Rigged Poll  Supreme Court has annulled the 2nd round of the presidential election - upholding claims that it was fraudulent Nov.25   Kiev Court puts poll result on hold
  The Supreme Court has barred the publication of disputed presidential election results until it examine opposition appeal Jul.9   Netherlands   U.N.: Israel barrier 'violates law'  The U.N.'s highest judicial authority has decided Israel's planned 425-mile-long barrier in the West Bank must be dismantled Feb.23   Netherlands Israeli barrier court test begins

year 2003 Top ^

Jul.12   Belgium War crimes law scraped

year 2002 Top ^

Aug.26   Basque   Party banned over ETA link  Top anti-terrorism judge Baltasar Garzon has ordered a three-year suspension of Batasuna party

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