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The case of “B” enabled the Supreme Court to put to rest the theory that continuous lawful detention is not a condition precedent for exercising the power to grant bail and impose bail conditions under the… 2,187 more words
The European Court of Human Rights has stated that if a state so wishes, it may impede the religious freedom of individuals (almost always Muslim women), in order to uphold the conditions that allow for a society to function properly. 340 more words
This is a case with a “tragic personal history”. Gayle and her son Gary entered the UK on a six-month visitor visa in 2000. 1,302 more words
The Arrested Lawyers Initiative published a new report entitled Extradition to Turkey: One-way Ticket to Torture and Unfair Trial.
In the report that covers the situation in Turkey regarding the risks to be subjected torture and ill-treatment and to be tried unfairly, by summarising the reports so far have been published by the official international entities, different national state bodies, respected international and local human rights organisations; it was said: 123 more words