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R.M. CAT
  • Sweden
  • CAT/C/59/D/610/2014
  • non-refoulement
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-22
  • CAT-3
  • 610/2014
Adoption of views
B.R. CAT
  • Italy
  • CAT/C/57/D/598/2014
  • conditions of detention
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • torture prevention
  • training of law enforcement officials
  • CAT-10
  • CAT-11
  • CAT-1-1
  • CAT-16
  • CAT-2-2
  • 598/2014
Inadmissibility decision
R. K. CAT
  • Australia
  • CAT/C/58/D/609/2014
  • non-refoulement
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-22
  • CAT-3
  • 609/2014
Adoption of views
C. N. CAT
  • Denmark
  • CAT/C/57/D/709/2015
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-3
  • 709/2015
Inadmissibility decision
I.M. and V.Z. CAT
  • Denmark
  • CAT/C/57/D/593/2014
  • non-refoulement
  • torture
  • CAT-3
  • 593/2014
Inadmissibility decision
Taoufik Elaïba CAT
  • Tunisia
  • CAT/C/57/D/551/2013
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • torture
  • torture - prompt and impartial investigation
  • torture prevention
  • CAT-11
  • CAT-1-1
  • CAT-16-1
  • CAT-2
  • CAT-22
  • 551/2013
Adoption of views
A. CAT
  • Canada
  • CAT/C/57/D/583/2014
  • non-refoulement
  • refugee status
  • torture
  • CAT-22-5-b
  • CAT-3
  • 583/2014
Adoption of views
P.A. CAT
  • Netherlands
  • CAT/C/57/D/611/2014
  • non-refoulement
  • torture
  • CAT-3
  • 611/2014
Adoption of views
K. CAT
  • Australia
  • CAT/C/56/D/591/2014
  • non-refoulement
  • CAT-3
  • 591/2014
Adoption of views
Z.H. CAT
  • Canada
  • CAT/C/56/D/604/2014
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • non-refoulement
  • CAT-1-1
  • CAT-22-5-b
  • CAT-3
  • 604/2014
Inadmissibility decision

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