Dutch government brings MH17 case against Russia before ECHR The UN Security Council will be notified of this step as well.
17:20, 10 July 2020
Parl't speaker says doesn't support lustration The law on lustration entered into force on October 16, 2014.
10:20, 29 April 2020
How Ukraine sues Russia in international courts – RFE/RL The largest number of Ukrainian lawsuits against Russia were filed in 2014-2015 with the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
09:50, 26 February 2020
ECHR rejects ban on MH17 suspect Tsemakh's extradition to Netherlands Tsemakh's lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said that "despite such a decision by the Strasbourg court, he will continue to look for other ways to protect Tsemakh's interests."
15:45, 30 January 2020
Face-off at ECHR: Russia invents another "official" date of its occupation of Ukraine's Crimea During previous hearings at the ECHR, Russia recognized its control on the Crimean peninsula from March 21, 2014.
02:50, 12 September 2019
New evidence shows Russian involvement in battle of Ilovaisk – media Research group Forensic Architecture collected images to use in ECHR case.
22:00, 18 August 2019
Klimkin convinced ECHR to find Ukrainian guardsman Markiv not guilty Klimkin says there is no evidence in the case against Markiv.
12:57, 26 July 2019
ECHR unexpectedly postpones consideration of suit on Russia's occupation of Crimea – media Postponing hearings at such short notice is unprecedented, the report reads.
16:20, 06 February 2019
MH17 tragedy: Largest class-action lawsuit filed against Putin The number of plaintiffs in the case is 291 people now.
11:52, 01 February 2019
Ukraine lawmaker: Bill on change of denomination to new church fully complies with ECHR decision The bill fully complies with the letter and spirit of the ECHR decision on the case of Svyato-Mykhaylivska Parafiya v. Ukraine, Yelenskiy said.
16:55, 16 January 2019
Ukraine's Justice Ministry hopes ECHR to recognize Ukrainian sailors captured by Russia as POWs Lishchyna expects that the case will be considered quickly enough.
15:15, 08 January 2019
Ukraine lodges lawsuit against Russia with ECHR over captive Ukrainian sailors All 24 Ukrainian sailors captured by Russia declared themselves to be prisoners of war.
17:38, 07 January 2019
Ukraine submits documents to ECHR on human rights violations in Russian-annexed Crimea Hearings on the admissibility of Ukraine's appeal are scheduled for February 27.
14:53, 01 January 2019
Ukraine to submit interstate application to ECHR, seeking release of sailors captured by Russia January 7 is the deadline for submitting the application.
09:00, 31 December 2018
Doctor warns Russia placing abducted Ukrainian student’s life in immediate danger The Сourt in Strasbourg has given Russia two weeks to provide information about Pavlo Hryb’s state of health and the medical treatment (if any) that he is receiving.
23:20, 20 December 2018
Unprecedented decision: ECHR disqualifies Ukrainian lawyer who filed claims on behalf of deceased IDPs Natalia Tselovalnichenko is a lawyer from Luhansk, who is now practicing in Kyiv.
12:40, 13 December 2018
ECHR hands down urgent decision on captured Ukrainian sailors Earlier, Ukraine requested that the Court apply to the captives the interim measures in line with the Rule 39.
10:00, 30 November 2018
Ukraine preparing statement to ECHR over Russia's seizure of Ukrainian navymen Ukraine seeks to protect rights of captured crew.
16:00, 26 November 2018
ECHR orders Ukraine to pay compensations to Roma applicants affected in 2002 "pogrom" The Court noted Ukraine's failure to conduct an effective investigation into the attack.
19:20, 06 November 2018