Britain in European court for killing Brazilian mistaken bomber

The European Court of Human Rights began hearing a case Wednesday against the British government over the police killing of a Brazilian man mistaken for a suicide bomber soon after the deadly July 2005 bombings.

EU court upholds LCD panel cartel fine for LG Display

The European Court of Justice upheld on Thursday a 210 million euro ($224.8 million) fine imposed on South Korea`s LG Display for participating in a cartel of LCD panel makers between 2001 and 2006.

European court rules Italy responsible for protest 'torture'

Europe's top human rights court ruled on Tuesday that the unpunished police beating of a 62-year-old man during the 2001 protests at the G-8 summit in the Italian city of Genoa amounted to torture, vindicating hundreds of protesters who claimed they were brutally abused during a police raid.

Failed London bombers lose European appeal

Four men who attempted to set off a series of explosives in London in 2005 did not have their right to a fair trial breached, the European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday.

Europe court orders Russia to pay $2.5 billion over Yukos

The European Court of Human Rights on Thursday ordered Russia to pay former shareholders in defunct oil giant Yukos almost USD 2.5 billion.

EU court upholds USD 1.4 billion fine for Intel

A European Union court on thursday upheld USD 1.4 billion fine against Intel, the American microchip manufacturer, for abusing its dominant position in the market for computer central processing units.

Google gets take-down requests after European court ruling: Source

Google Inc is already getting requests to remove objectionable personal information from its search engine after Europe`s top court ruled that subjects have the "right to be forgotten," a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

European court rules against Monaco princess in privacy case

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled against Monaco`s Princess Caroline von Hannover for her complaint against Germany on refusing to block further publication of her photo with husband on vacation.

Russia`s Khodorkovsky case not political: European court

But the European Court of Human Rights found that their trial had been unfair and that their 2005 sentencing to a remote jail near the Arctic Circle was unjustified.

Savita case: Ill pregnant women denied abortion entitled to 2nd opinion, says Irish govt

Amid the row over the death of an Indian dentist in Ireland, the Irish govt has told the Council of Europe that any seriously ill woman who is pregnant and her request for a termination is refused, is entitled to a 2nd opinion.

Savita`s family to move Europe’s Rights court

The husband of Savita Halappanavar will proceed with an application to the European Court of Human Rights.

`Abu Hamza, 4 other suspects can be extradited`

Europe`s human rights court has ruled that it would be legal for Britain to extradite an Egyptian-born radical Muslim cleric and four other terror suspects to the United States.

No crucifixes in Italian schools: European court

Europe`s court of human
rights said the display of crucifixes in Italian public
schools violates religious and education freedoms.