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Gherson involved in cancellation of two INTERPOL Red Notices
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Extradition, Article 3 and Assurances
The right to protection from inhumane and degrading treatment (Article 3 of the European Convention on Human...
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Failed asylum seekers with families to lose financial support after 28 day "grace period"
These are the proposals made by the Home Office in a...
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Gherson Secures Removal of Red Notice for Refugee
We reported in June that INTERPOL announced a new policy with regards to recognised refugees.
After...
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Asylum seekers to be released after the Government announces suspension of the fast-track detention
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This June marks three years since WikiLeak's founder Julian Assange controversially entered Ecuador's embassy seeking diplomatic asylum. Assange, it...
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Is INTERPOL a reliable source?
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INTERPOL announces new asylum policy at Council of Europe meeting
On 19 May 2015 INTERPOL announced a new policy relating to recognised refugees,...
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UK extradition court accepts assurances over Russian prison conditions
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United States Pledges Support For China's Pursuit of Fugitives
Chinese efforts to pursue allegedly corrupt officials abroad received a boost last...
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New passport "Exit Checks" implemented at all UK ports
All passengers departing the UK through any international exit, by commercial rail, air or...
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Important Changes To Appeal Procedures in Extradition Law
From today, 15 April 2015, there will no longer be an automatic right to appeal in...

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