Content tagged with Extra-judicial killings
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
Case No. 1200/03 Judgment date: 4 December 2008 Facts On 23 January 2000, the applicant suffered shell and bullet wounds as she was attempting to leave Grozny through a humanitarian corridor. The shelling continued for the next few days, and the applicant’s relatives were unable to take her to hospital until 30 January. From that […]
Resource | Case Summary | 5 Mar 2009
Case No. 39166/04 Judgment date: 5 March 2009 Facts 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. Eye witnesses identified the armed men as Russian servicemen. According to the Government, the Prosecutor’s […]
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
Case No. 58643/00 Judgment date: 4 October 2007 Facts On 19 January 2000 Ms Goncharuk was in Staropromyslovskiy and was caught up in heavy shelling by the Russian forces. She was injured and hid with others in a cellar. She claimed that soldiers threw tear gas into the cellar, ordered everyone to come out and […]
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2007
Member states’ duty to co-operate with the European Court of Human Rights – report of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
This article outlines the content of the PACE report, which was developed with the involvement of EHRAC