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.
An intersex person has won a court case to allow them to enter a third gender into the registry of births. The case was appealed to the Federal Constitutional Court after failing at lower levels.
By refusing to hear the case, Germany's Constitutional Court has ruled that a Muslim boy must attend religion classes and services at a state-funded Catholic school. Church and state are not always separated in Germany.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that sweatpants are comfortable — whether they should be worn outside of the gym is less clear. One Stuttgart cafe has taken a stand and banned customers wearing the stretchy pants.
Kuwait Airways canceled an Israeli passenger's ticket because of their citizenship. Nothing wrong with that, said a court in Frankfurt — and provoked an outcry.
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