The State Council will set a nationwide precedent by ruling on a ban in Villeneuve-Loubet
Two principles of the German consitution clash in the ruling
Almost half of those who make up figures sexually exploited and 42 per cent subject to forced labour
The Conservative manifesto pledged to bring in a new 'Bill of Rights'
‘Guards would come to the bars and say: ‘Knock on the door when they die.’ It was a famous saying’
The government says none of the 854 asylum seekers held there will ever be settled in Australia
An Italian MP argued that vegan diets can cause malnutrition and vitamin deficiencies
Bulgarian government may be 'encouraging intolerance', says UN's human rights high commissioner
Turkish president tells millions at pro-government rally he would approve return of capital punishment
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein says there are 'serious doubts about the fairness of the trials'
Father-of-two's family say he was forced to carry out tasks after being taken as a hostage
Law comes as Israel criticised by UN committee over treatment of Palestinian children
Nazir Hussain shot his two sisters dead because they had chosen their own husbands, according to police
Documented cases of violence against women in Afghanistan are increasing, says the Foreign Office
Chinese guards 'were constantly torturing and taunting him', niece says
21-year-old claims her academic father locks her up because she ‘kissed a guy’