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Libya, Italy and Malta before the International Criminal Court

Libya, Italy and Malta before the International Criminal Court

(KHJ) Front-LEX welcomes the complaint of three NGOs against Libya, Italy and Malta for war crimes against refugees. Please read the article on the Mediterranea-homepage
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Revealed: EU plan to make 1,400 people-smuggling arrests in 2022

Revealed: EU plan to make 1,400 people-smuggling arrests in 2022

2021-12-03 (AM)According to a report by EU-OBSERVER, the EU plans to make 1,400 arrests for human smuggling in 2022. This under the auspices of FRONTEX. Since it is already well known that FRONTEX does not intervene against human remains violations and itself actively participated in illegal actions, this plan is…
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Another lawsuit filed against EU border management agency

Another lawsuit filed against EU border management agency

SZ 21.10.2021 Syrians take Frontex to court. Evidence of illegal pushbacks is accumulating. It is important that these cases are consistently pursued through the courts. This is now the second case to bring unlawful conduct by EU border agency officials before the ECJ, following the action brought by frontline lawyers…
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Where injustice becomes right, resistance becomes duty

Where injustice becomes right, resistance becomes duty

(KHJ) The court in Locri/Calabria has sentenced the former mayor of the municipality of Riace Domenico Lucano, the figurehead of the European welcome culture, to 13 years and two months in prison. Front-Lex protests the sentence in the strongest terms. The trial was instigated by a xenophobic Italian government as…
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COLOGNE DECLARATION

COLOGNE DECLARATION

“For a politics of justice” (KHJ) IIPM, LeaveNoOneBehind and 80 celebrities from the arts, science and politics address the new Bundestag with an Open Letter A broad action alliance demands justice for migrants and holds European and German politicians legally accountable. More than 80 prominent figures from the arts, academia…
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Austria again involved in illegal pushbacks

Austria again involved in illegal pushbacks

(KHJ) For the umpteenth time, Austrian police have been implicated in illegal pushbacks of asylum seekers. A minor from Somalia is said to have been returned to Slovenia, although he made it clear that he wanted to apply for asylum. The cases are not as spectacular as those of the…
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Pro Asyl awards human rights prize to Alarm Phone

Pro Asyl awards human rights prize to Alarm Phone

(MA) Front-Lex wants to accuse those responsible for the murderous deterrence policy. If you think this is excessive, please read this report from Pressenza. Watch the Med and Alarm Phone has been collecting evidence of the killing in the Mediterranean since 2011. We support the humanitarian aims of rescue organisations…
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EU border protection agency Frontex does what it wants

EU border protection agency Frontex does what it wants

In a months-long investigation, the European Parliament looked into allegations of Frontex’s involvement in illegal pushbacks. Tobias Tscherrig for the Online-Magazin INFOsperber (MA) oday, MEPs are investigating whether the European border protection agency Frontex was involved in illegal pushbacks of refugees in the Aegean Sea – and whether it had…
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Legal Action Against FRONTEX Submitted

Legal Action Against FRONTEX Submitted

25 May (RL) — Press Release — For the First Time in the History of the Agency, Legal Action Against FRONTEX Has Been Submitted to the Court of Justice of the EU for Human Rights Violations. FRONTEX failed to terminate its operations in GREECE despite serious, systematic, and widespread violations of…
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Romania denies forcing migrant-boat back to Turkish waters

Romania denies forcing migrant-boat back to Turkish waters

By Nikolaj Nielsen click here for the original article Romania denies helping Greece force people back into Turkish waters – despite video footage of it blocking a migrant boat in the Aegean sea. The comments by the Romanian internal affairs ministry were made in a five-page letter sent last November…
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