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Subakaran R. Thirugnanasampanthar CAT
  • Australia
  • CAT/C/61/D/614/2014
  • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
  • non-refoulement
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-22
  • CAT-3
  • 614/2014
Adoption of views
R.R.L. et al. CAT
  • Canada
  • CAT/C/61/D/659/2015
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
  • non-refoulement
  • CAT-3
  • 659/2015
Adoption of views
S.S.B. CAT
  • Denmark
  • CAT/C/60/D/602/2014
  • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
  • non-refoulement
  • CAT-22
  • CAT-3
  • 602/2014
Adoption of views
N.K. CAT
  • Netherlands
  • CAT/C/60/D/623/2014
  • non-refoulement
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-22
  • CAT-3
  • 623/2014
Adoption of views
M.K.M. CAT
  • Australia
  • CAT/C/60/D/681/2015
  • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
  • non-refoulement
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-3
  • 681/2015
Adoption of views
N.A.A. CAT
  • Switzerland
  • CAT/C/60/D/639/2014
  • non-refoulement
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-3
  • 639/2014
Adoption of views
Ennaâma Asfari CAT
  • Morocco
  • CAT/C/59/D/606/2014
  • abuse of the right of submission
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • forced confession
  • torture
  • torture - prompt and impartial investigation
  • CAT-1-1
  • CAT-12
  • CAT-13
  • CAT-14
  • CAT-15
  • CAT-16
  • 606/2014
Adoption of views
M.F. CAT
  • Switzerland
  • CAT/C/59/D/658/2015
  • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
  • non-refoulement
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-3
  • 658/2015
Adoption of views
A.A. CAT
  • Switzerland
  • CAT/C/59/D/762/2016
  • non-refoulement
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-3
  • 762/2016
Discontinuance decision
U.P.A. CAT
  • Sweden
  • CAT/C/59/D/670/2015
  • non-refoulement
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-3
  • 670/2015
Discontinuance decision

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