SUPPORTERS OF RIVAL POLTICAL PARTIES RALLY OUTSIDE THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT IN KIEV
Supporters of Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich rally outside the Constitutional Court in Kiev on April 20, 2007. Yanukovich expressed his hope on Friday to eliminate all differences next week with President Yushchenko and end a standoff over the president's dissolution of parliament. (UPI Photo/Sergey Starostenko)
The Constitutional Court, the highest court in Guatemala, voided the genocide conviction and prison term of former dictator Gen. Efrain Rios Montt.
Hungary is awaiting "concrete objections" from the European Commission over controversial changes to its constitution, Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi says.
Russian voters have more rights to challenge their ability to take part in the political process, the Russian constitutional court ruled Monday.
Hungary will penalize its citizens twice to pay for any fines incurred when the government breaks European Union laws, says an EU official.
Thousands of anti-racism demonstrators marched in Munich, Germany, over the weekend ahead of a murder trial for five suspected neo-Nazi group members.
Germany's federal government will decide by the end of the month whether to join a push to ban the far right National Democratic Party, Chancellor Angela Merkel said this week.
The European Union is called on to take action against a Hungarian decision that shows contempt for the rule of law, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.
Lawmakers in Hungary passed an amendment to the Constitution that critics, like human rights groups and the United States, say threatens checks and balances.
Delays in the Egyptian election process mean a $4.8 billion loan from the IMF may go on the backburner, an economist said Wednesday.
The German Constitutional Court dismissed a lawsuit Tuesday by the neo-Nazi National Democratic Party challenging the government's right to ban it.