Romania: Grand chamber hearing for Guantanamo terrorism suspect’s secret rendition and torture complaint

The case concerns the alleged “rendition” of a man suspected of terrorist acts to CIA secret detention sites, where, according to his submissions, illegal interrogation methods amounting to torture were used.

Court: Romania’s criminal law system failed 14 year old girl over rape allegations

A woman who alleges that she was gang raped as a teenager and then failed by Romania’s legal authorities, was awarded €12,000 by human rights judges today.

Court: Judges set for judgements on sex assault human rights complaints against Poland and Romania

Tomorrow, judges will deliver their judgements on human rights complaints against Poland and Romania, arising from sexual assaults on young girls.

Romania: Court makes €17,000 award after gay-bashing and botched investigation human rights complaint

The case concerned a complaint that two Romanians had been attacked on their way home from a gay march and that the ensuing investigation had been inadequate.

Romania: Court awards €39,000 to mum after medical malpractice human rights complaint

The case concerned Elena Cojocaru’s complaint about the death of her daughter and granddaughter due to medical malpractice.