ECtHR communicated case: H.A. and Others v. Greece (no. 19951/16), communicated on 25 November 2016

Sunday, November 6, 2016

On 6 November 2016, the European Court of Human Rights communicated the case H.A. v. Greece (no. 19951/16), which relates to the detention of nine unaccompanied minors (aged between 15 and 18), five Syrian, three Iraqi and one Moroccan in Greek police stations.
The applicants submitted an application to the ECtHR complaining that their rights under Articles 3, 5(1)d), 5(2), 5(4) and 13 ECHR had been violated.

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