Topic: European Court of Human Rights

ISTANBUL (EuroNews) — A Turkish court sentenced prominent civil rights activist and philanthropist Osman Kavala to life in prison without parole on April 23. The court cleared Kavala of espionage charges but found him guilty of[...]

By Amberin Zaman A Turkish court ruled on Monday, March 21, that Osman Kavala, a renowned philanthropist and peace advocate, remain in prison in a long-running trial seen as a bellwether for Turkey’s crippled democracy. The decision has[...]

STRASBOURG (Public Radio of Armenia) — In two judgments issued on November 9, the European Court of Human Rights found that Azerbaijan has violated the rights of two Armenian citizens to life and has obliged the country to pay 40[...]

ISTANBUL (France24) — Turkey’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday, October 19, summoned the ambassadors of France, the United States and eight other countries to protest a statement they issued that called for the release of imprisoned[...]

STRASBOURG, France (Panorama.am) — The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Monday, January 4, granted Armenia’s another request concerning prisoners of war (POWs) and captured civilians, applying an interim measure against[...]

By Philippe Raffi Kalfayan  From the outset, I wanted to make clear that my analysis and opinions are based solely on the defense of principles and are not related to partisan interests. This point of view has led me to take personal[...]