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Gestoras Pro Amnestia and Segi

The Court of Justice rejects the appeals brought by Gestoras Pro-Amnistía and Segi claiming compensation following their inclusion on the list of persons, groups or entities involved in acts of terrorism.  The appellants are not deprived of all effective judicial protection and the orders of the Court of First Instance do not prejudice their right to such protection.  Both...
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Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and Kurdistan National Congress (KNK)

The Court of First Instance must reexamine the inclusion of the PKK on a list of terrorist organisations. Hearing an appeal, the Court of Justice partially sets aside the order in which the...
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People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (OMPI I)

The Court of First Instance annuls the Council’s Decision ordering the freezing of the funds of the Organisation des Modjahedines du Peuple d’Iran in the fight against terrorism. The contested...
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Gasparini

The ne bis in idem principle applies in respect of a decision of a court of a Contracting State, made after criminal proceedings have been brought, by which the accused is acquitted finally...
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Van Straaten

Article 54 of the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement (…), must be interpreted as meaning that: –  the relevant criterion for the purposes of the application of that...
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Hassan (CFI)

Mr Hassan has asked the Court of First Instance to annul the Council regulations which included them in the Community terrorist list. The Court of First Instance concludes that there are no...
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Ayadi (CFI)

The Court of First Instance clarifies the rights of individuals whose funds have been frozen in connection with the fight against international terrorism. First of all, the Court of First...
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