Does lockdown violate human rights

The verdict of the European Court of Human Rights states: the coronavirus lockdown does not violate the right to freedom. The court in Strasbourg was held on the claim of a Romanian citizen. Despite the fact that, as he claims, he was not infected and was not in contact with patients with coronavirus, he had […]

Erdogan sues Greek newspaper and demands imprisonment of staff in Turkey

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan filed a lawsuit against the Greek newspaper on Wednesday. The lawsuit filed with the Ankara prosecutor’s office cites the front page of the conservative daily Democracy two years ago. It requires up to five years’ imprisonment for four high-ranking officials of the newspaper “for insulting the president” and, therefore, Turkey. […]

27 people put on trial over Mati’s deadly fire

Athens’ prosecutor said on Tuesday that he had prepared documents to bring a case against 27 people to trial, including some senior officials from the previous SYRIZA government, due to a fire that destroyed the seaside resort of Mati in 2018, which killed 102 people and dozens were injured. The case mentions former Attica Governor […]

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