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Council of Europe report: Greece could ban Golden Dawn
A report by the Council of Europe’s human rights watchdog states Greece has adequate legal grounds to ban the political party Golden Dawn, which it accuses of involvement in racially motivated crimes.
Op-Ed: The Council of Europe and hate speech online
Hate speech targeting minorities, immigrants, religious and other groups is becoming an increasingly widespread phenomenon within Europe, both in the online as well as offline spheres.
UK: Government authorises badger cull
London - On Monday the government issued the first ever licence for the mass culling of badgers. It is intended to be the first of many licences, which are expected to result in the killing of 100,000 badgers, as a way of controlling bovine TB.
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