Content tagged with Extra-judicial killings
Resource | Training resource | 12 Jul 2017
The Court has found Russian State agents responsible for indiscriminate bombing, extra-judicial killings, enforced disappearances and abductions in the North Caucasus in over 250 cases.
Resource | Case Summary | 16 Feb 2016 | By Cornelia Klocker
The applicant, Magomed Dalakov, lives in Karabulak, Ingushetia, and is the uncle of Apti Dalakov, who was killed by security forces in autumn 2007.
EHRAC and Memorial sent a submission to the CoM on the implementation of the ‘Khashiyev & Akayeva group’ of cases.
Resource | Submission | 18 Feb 2015
EHRAC and Memorial Human Rights Centre sent a submission to the CoM about the implementation of the ‘Khashiyev & Akayeva group’ of cases.
Resource | Case Summary | 21 Oct 2013
Case No. 55508/07 and 29520/09 Judgment date: 21 October 2013 The case originated from two applications brought by fifteen Polish nationals in 2007 and 2009 respectively. The applications were brought against the Russian Federation. EHRAC/Memorial and the Essex Transitional Justice Network filed a joint written submission as third-party interveners in the case. To read the case summary […]
Resource | Case Summary | 26 Apr 2011
In the early morning of 28 January 2006 the applicants’ only son, Sandro Girgvliani, was abducted and beaten to death by senior officers...
Resource | Case Summary | 4 Dec 2008
On 23 January 2000, the applicant suffered shell and bullet wounds as she was attempting to leave Grozny through a humanitarian corridor.
Resource | Case Summary | 5 Mar 2009
On 11 September, 2000 the applicant’s husband was killed when a number of armed men in two armoured personnel carriers opened fire across agricultural fields near the village of Goyskoye, Chechnya.
Resource | Case Summary | 25 Sep 2008
Case No. 67326/01 Judgment date: 25 September 2008 Facts On 5 October 1999, the applicant’s family were killed when their village came under the fire from a mountain range where Russian troops were stationed as part of a counter-terrorism operation. The Government argued that the applicant’s family had been killed by an attack carried out […]
Resource | Case Summary | 4 Oct 2007
On 19 January 2000 Ms Goncharuk was in Staropromyslovskiy and was caught up in heavy shelling by the Russian forces.