European Court of Human Rights Finds Russia Responsible for 8 Enforced Disappearances in Chechnya

... applicants in Vakayeva and Others v. Russia (no. 2220/05) are the close relatives of Shamil and Shamkhan Vakayev, Ramzan Dudayev, Salambek Tatayev, and Yunus Abdurazakov who on 15 March 2001 were all gathered at the Vakayev residence in Duba-Yurt, Chechnya. At around 12:45 p.m. a group of about 30 servicemen arrived at the house in two APCs, and a fire fight broke out, during which Shamil Vakayev and several others were seriously wounded. After the shooting ceased, the servicemen burst into the ...
Modified: 10/06/2010
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European Court of Human Rights Condemns Russia in Three Cases from Chechnya

The European Court of Human Rights today condemned Russia for disappearances, extra-judicial execution and illegal occupation and damage of property in three cases from Chechnya, Russian Justice Initiative said today. The European Court of Human Rights today condemned Russia for disappearances, extra-judicial execution and illegal occupation and damage of property in three cases from Chechnya, Russian Justice Initiative ...
Modified: 15/11/2007
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European Court of Human Rights to Rule on Three Cases from Chechnya

On 15 November 2007, the European Court of Human Rights will rule on three cases from Chechnya. The three cases concern enforced disappearances, extra-judicial executions and the illegal expropriation of property. On 15 November 2007, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) will rule on three cases from Chechnya, Russian Justice Initiative ...
Modified: 13/11/2007
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Disappearance of father and son in Chechnya to be decided

The European Court of Human Rights will rule on a case regarding the disappearance of two family members in Chechnya on 9 November 2006. The case, Imakayeva v. Russia, concerns the detention and disappearance of Said-Khusein Imakayev and the subsequent disappearance of his father, Said-Magomed Imakayev (Photo: http://www.immigrationhereandthere.org). The ...
Modified: 07/11/2006
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Russia confirms before the European Court a discriminatory approach towards mothers in the North Caucasus

On 21 December 2015 Russian Justice Initiative sent its Observations on the Russian Government’s position concerning the case of Elita Magomadova v Russia , who has not seen her now six-year-old son for more than two years. On 21 December 2015 Russian Justice Initiative sent its Observations on the Russian Government’s position concerning the case of Elita Magomadova v Russia , who has not seen her now six-year-old son for more than two years. In 2013, the father of the child, Magomadova’s ex-husband...
Modified: 21/12/2015
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European Court Finds Russia Responsible for Six Enforced Disappearances

The European Court of Human Rights has held Russia responsible for the disappearance of six men from different locations in Chechnya in early January 2003, Russian Justice Initiative said today. The European Court of Human Rights has held Russia responsible for the disappearance of six men from different locations in Chechnya in early January 2003, Russian Justice Initiative ...
Modified: 26/11/2009
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European Court to rule on Chechen disappearance filmed by Russian soldiers

The European Court of Human Rights will on 5 April 2007 rule on a disappearance case from Chechnya. The main evidence in the case is unique videofootage of the detention made by Russian soldiers. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) will on 5 April 2007 rule on a disappearance case from Chechnya, Russian Justice Initiative, a legal ...
Modified: 02/04/2007
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ECHR judgment in Bazorkina v. Russia becomes final

On 27 October the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Bazorkina v Russia became final. The State now has three months, or until 27th January 2007, to award the applicant, Fatima Bazorkina, the pecuniary and non-pecunairy damages and costs designated to her as just satisfaction. On 27 October the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Bazorkina v Russia became final in accordance with Article 44 § 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights. ECHR...
Modified: 30/10/2006
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