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South African athlete Caster Semenya to take battle against World Athletics to European Court of Human Rights
Sports

South African athlete Caster Semenya to take battle against World Athletics to European Court of Human Rights

The legal action comes two years since the World Athletics governing body in 2018 banned Semenya and others with differences of sexual development (DSD) from races between 400 metres and a mile unless they take testosterone-reducing drugs.

Michel Platini formally placed under investigation in Switzerland over $2 million payment from FIFA
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Michel Platini formally placed under investigation in Switzerland over $2 million payment from FIFA

The long-standing allegation was revived two years after Platini said Swiss prosecutors told him he had been cleared of wrongdoing.

Vijay Mallya extradition case: Embattled liquor tycoon to appeal against order in UK High Court today
Business

Vijay Mallya extradition case: Embattled liquor tycoon to appeal against order in UK High Court today

Mallya has already lost a UK High Court "leave to appeal" on paper, leading to an oral hearing of his renewal application this week

Aadhaar hearing: Entire Aadhaar project is beyond the stated objectives of Aadhaar Act, argue petitioners
India

Aadhaar hearing: Entire Aadhaar project is beyond the stated objectives of Aadhaar Act, argue petitioners

The issues raised included that the entire Aadhaar project is beyond the Act’s objectives, the excessive data collection under KYR+ and State Resident Data Hubs (SRDHs),

Former UEFA chief Michel Platini appeals FIFA ban in European Court of Human Rights
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Former UEFA chief Michel Platini appeals FIFA ban in European Court of Human Rights

Disgraced former France star Michel Platini has appealed against his suspension from football for corruption to the European Court of Human Rights.

European Union raises questions over Russia's presidential election after Alexei Navalny is barred
World

European Union raises questions over Russia's presidential election after Alexei Navalny is barred

The Russian authorities' decision to bar Opposition leader Alexei Navalny from running in next year’s presidential election raises questions about the vote, the European Union’s foreign service said in a statement on Tuesday.

Kremlin says Russian officials should review Alexei Navalny's call for election boycott, see if it's illegal
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Kremlin says Russian officials should review Alexei Navalny's call for election boycott, see if it's illegal

Russian officials should review Opposition leader Alexei Navalny's calls for an election boycott to see if they might be breaking the law, the Kremlin said Tuesday, hinting at possible legal repercussions.

Right to Privacy: We take a closer look at employer-employee safeguards in India
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Right to Privacy: We take a closer look at employer-employee safeguards in India

Recognition of a fundamental right to privacy and the expected data protection law in India has private companies worried about the implications for them.

Companies must inform their employees if email accounts are being monitored, says European Court
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Companies must inform their employees if email accounts are being monitored, says European Court

The court concluded that Barbulescu had not been informed in advance of the extent and nature of his employer’s monitoring.

European Court of Human Rights rules against Russian law on homosexuality
World

European Court of Human Rights rules against Russian law on homosexuality

The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday that a Russian law banning the promotion of homosexuality breaches European treaty rules on freedom of expression and is discriminatory against gay people.

Researchers predict the outcomes of Human Rights trials using AI with 79 percent accuracy
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Researchers predict the outcomes of Human Rights trials using AI with 79 percent accuracy

Using Artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning technology, a team of researchers has predicted outcomes in judicial decisions at the European Court of Human Rights (EctHR) with 79 per cent accuracy.

Crew members' families sue Malaysia Airlines over downing of MH17
World

Crew members' families sue Malaysia Airlines over downing of MH17

The families of six crew members on a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet shot down over Ukraine nearly two years ago filed lawsuits against the airline on Thursday, accusing it of negligence and breach of contract.

Latvia to extradite suspected Gozi virus hacker to US
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Latvia to extradite suspected Gozi virus hacker to US

The Latvian government agreed on Tuesday to extradite a man to the United States where he is charged with creating and distributing a virus that infected...

European court condemns CIA for 'extraordinary renditions'
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European court condemns CIA for 'extraordinary renditions'

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that a German car salesman was an innocent victim of torture and abuse

Savita abortion row: Family to approach European court of Human Rights
India

Savita abortion row: Family to approach European court of Human Rights

The husband of Savita Halappanavar will proceed with an application to the European Court of Human Rights after Irish Health Minister did not agree for a public inquiry into the circumstances leading to her death.