Romania: International child custody complaint leads to mum’s €16,000 human rights court award

The case concerned the interpretation of “grave risk” under international law in a child custody dispute.

Court: Italian government must provide temporary accommodation for Bosnian Roma family

The court has decided to apply an urgent measure. The applicants are three Bosnian citizens of Roma ethnicity who were living with their families in a settlement in Ponte Riccio (Giugliano). Two of them are mothers with 10 children altogether, who are minors aged between two and 16.

Court: Italy’s jailing of journalist for defamation was “manifestly inappropriate”

Alessandro Sallusti, who was editor-in-chief of the Libero newspaper, complained to the European court that he had been found guilty of defamation, fined and given a prison sentence, part of which he served under house arrest. This followed Libero’s publication of two articles stating that a 13-year-old girl had been forced to have an abortion by her parents and a guardianship judge.

Italy: Court support for crime risk Morocco deportation

The case concerned the Italian authorities’ refusal to renew the residence permit of Moroccan national Mohamed Narjis, who had lived in Italy for 20 years, on the grounds that he posed a danger to society, and his expulsion to Morocco.

Italy: Court grants interim measure in SeaWatch 3 vessel case

The ship has not been allowed to enter the harbour and the applicants complain that they are detained on board without legal basis, suffering inhuman and degrading treatment, with the risk of being returned to Libya without evaluation of their individual situation.