Spain: Duo fined for setting fire to royal photo awarded €14,000 after human rights breach

The case concerned the conviction of two Spanish nationals for setting fire to a photograph of the royal couple at a public demonstration held during the King’s official visit to Girona in September 2007.

Spain: Torching of royal couple photo complaint reaches court judgement

The case concerns the conviction in criminal proceedings of two Spanish nationals for setting fire to a photograph of the royal couple in 2007.

Court: Two Basque ETA terrorists suffered inhuman and degrading treatment after their arrest

The case concerns allegations of ill-treatment sustained by igor Portu Juanenea and Martin Sarasola Yarzabal when they were arrested in 2008 by officers of the Guardia Civil and at the beginning of their incommunicado police custody.

Spain: Pensioner is victor in noisy clubs and bars human rights row

A pensioner has today won his human rights case against Spanish authorities, complaining successfully that the pubs, clubs and discos in Valencia were too noisy.

Spain: Covert video surveillance of supermarket workers led to privacy violation

The applicants were dismissed mainly on the basis of the video material, which they alleged had been obtained by breaching their right to privacy.