The principle of treating someone as innocent until they…
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The European Court of Human Rights has released its sentence…
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The Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan has broken the principle…
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Employees of a Turkish TV channel broadcasting in Germany, of…
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Under the Russian Constitution, Pavel V. Dmitrichenko, the star…
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The applicant, Ürfi Çetinkaya, is a Turkish national who was…
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The applicant, Ms. Allen, was convicted of manslaughter of her…
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