Germany's Constitutional Court has struck down a law requiring political parties to win at least 3 percent of the vote to get into the European Parliament.
The far-right Alternative for Germany party has filed a complaint at the Constitutional Court against a change to Germany's migration policy. The party claims Chancellor Angela Merkel was wrong to bypass parliament.
The man's case caused a stir in Germany when a major police operation was needed to take him from the Ellwangen refugee center, as his roommates had tried to keep him there. Now a court has issued a final ruling.
Experts in Germany had been unsure about whether recordings of car accidents by dashcams contravened data protection laws. The Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe has provided clarification.
The German cabinet has confirmed that two utilities operating in Germany are entitled to compensation for losses stemming from the country's nuclear phaseout. The move is in line with an earlier top court ruling.
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