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Hafeez v the United Kingdom: a new chapter in the fight between the UK and the European Court of Human Rights over life imprisonment without parole and extradition
On 24 March 2020, the First Section of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) gave formal notice to the Government of the United Kingdom of the application filed on behalf of Mr Muhammed Asif Hafeez in connection with his extradition to the United States, where he is indicted for charges of conspiracy to import heroin, methamphetamines and hashish, and aiding and abetting the manufacturing/distribution of heroin. (…) This post looks at the way in which the matter has been dealt with in the decision of the UK High Court of 31 January 2020, and advances some considerations on the main points of the dispute before the European Court of Human Rights in light of existing case law on article 3 and extradition.
Luca d’Ambrosio, Collège de France L’image du corps d’un enfant syrien échoué sur une plage turque a provoqué une onde de choc en Europe. À l’origine de ce choc, la réduction sacrilège de corps humains à la « vie nue ». À de simples corps transportables, traçables, jetables. Et pourtant, une fois