Belgian police are suing three associations over an exhibition protesting police repression, in which Brussels police officers were showed in photographs.
The institution in Chrastava has continuously mistreated young boys for a decade. In that time, only limited improvements have been made in some areas, and the situation has even worsened in many respects.
Large public spaces were closed during the state visit in order to discourage protests against China's deplorable human rights record, especially in Tibet.
The situation of families in the Bela-Jezova detention facility for migrants is so serious that it violates the EU Conventions on Human Rights and on the Rights of the Child, says Anna Sabatova, the Czech ombudsman....
The rights of migrant children and their families are not well protected in the Czech Republic, where volunteers make up for the state's shortcomings in caring for refugees.
Czech politicians have voted down a proposal to amend the country’s rigid vaccination system, despite the pleas of parents and civil society.
A Macedonian cultural organization has brought a complaint against Bulgaria to the European Court of Human Rights after two state courts refused to register it because it poses "a threat to the unity of the Bulgarian nation."
Police used tear gas and rubber bullets to separate protesters from extremists during a recent neo-Nazi rally in Brno. Fifty-seven protesters were arrested after attempting to block the route of marchers.
A new ordinance in the city of Duchcov prohibits sitting around or having a barbecue in a public place. "This should bring order," said the city's mayor. "I see no reason why people should make picnics in the streets...
On October 22, Sofia City Court issued its refusal to extradite Russian dissident Nikolay Koblyakov, who was arrested on an Interpol arrest warrant on July 29 at Sofia airport. The Russian authorities wanted his...