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The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Italy violated the ban on torture and inhuman treatment during the deportation of a man to Tunisia.
The display of crucifixes in Catholic schools in Italy does not breach the rights of non-Catholic families, the European Court of Human Rights says.
Four same-sex couples and four mixed-sex couples have begun a legal challenge to secure equal rights to marriage and civil partnership in the UK.
The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg has dealt the Roman Catholic Church in Germany a blow over its employment practices.
Lithuania has come out in support of Italy in its efforts to revise a ruling of the European Court of Human Rights that recommends State schools throughout Italy to remove crucifixes from classrooms.
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