Supreme Court

Verdicts expected on Friday in tense murder trial

A court is on Friday expected to give its verdict in the trial of two defendants accused of the murder and rape of 21-year-old university student Eleni Topaloudi on the island of Rhodes in November 2018 in a tension-filled trial which saw the president of the Athens Bar Association asking the Supreme Court to reprimand the prosecutor over her defamatory remarks directed against the lawyers of t

Editorial: Enough is enough Chancellor Merkel!

While all of Europe is taking a socio-economic beating the German Federal Court of Justice opined that the bond-buying programme of the European Central Bank that emerged after the last debt crisis is in part unconstitutional and touches on the principles of the German (Federal) Constitution.

The current crisis is threatening to tear apart the European construct and project.

Kosovo Orders Retrial of Wartime Guerrilla Unit Commander

Remzi Shala's lawyer, Natal Bullakaj, told BIRN on Thursday that the Supreme Court has upheld the former guerrilla commander's appeal against his war crime conviction and sent the case for a retrial.

The retrial will be held at Prizren Basic Court, where Shala was originally sentenced in July last year to 14 years in prison.