ECHR condemns Greece for naming HIV-positive sex workers in 2012

The Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ordered Greece to pay 8,000 euros to an unaccompanied child refugee, who in 2018 was left without accommodation for six months.

The court ruled, unanimously, that there had been a violation of Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights on the prohibition of inhuman or degrading treatment.

Ethnic Inclusion Debate: Macedonian Court Supports Rights for Bulgarian Minority

North Macedonia's Constitutional Court President, Dobrila Katsarska, affirmed in an interview with Sofia's Nova TV that there's no legal obstacle to including the Bulgarian minority in North Macedonia's Constitution. Katsarska emphasized the nation's multi-ethnic fabric, highlighting equal rights for all citizens, regardless of ethnicity.

Sacked Albanian Judge ‘Didn’t Get Fair Hearing’: Strasbourg Court

The European Court of Human Rights, ECHR ruled on Tuesday that Albanian had violated former Supreme Court judge Admir Thanza's right to a fair and impartial hearing when he was dismissed from his position after failing a vetting process.

However, the Strasbourg court found that his dismissal was not a violation of his rights under the European Convention on Human Rights.

A black spot in the Greek judiciary

After twelve years of suffering in the Greek courts, the former President of the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) Andreas Georgiou was vindicated in March by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), which condemned Greece for violating his right to a fair trial (Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights).