Title CASE OF NUR AND OTHERS v. UKRAINE (Application no. 77647/11)
Publisher Council of Europe: European Court of Human Rights
Publication Date 16 July 2020
Country Eritrea | Guinea | Somalia | Ukraine
Topics Access to procedures | Arbitrary arrest and detention | Right to liberty and security
Citation / Document Symbol ECLI:CE:ECHR:2020:0716JUD007764711
Cite as CASE OF NUR AND OTHERS v. UKRAINE (Application no. 77647/11), ECLI:CE:ECHR:2020:0716JUD007764711 , Council of Europe: European Court of Human Rights, 16 July 2020, available at: https://www.refworld.org/cases,ECHR,5f119ea54.html [accessed 23 May 2023]
Comments The case mainly concerns the applicants’ complaints, under Article 5 of the Convention, that their arrest and detention as migrants in an irregular situation were unlawful, and that they were not informed of the reasons for their arrest and had no effective access to the procedure to challenge the lawfulness of their arrest and detention. It also concerns the eighth applicant’s complaint under Article 3 that she, a minor at the time, was not provided with adequate care in detention in connection with her pregnancy and the miscarriage she suffered.
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