Criminal law

Muddled Talk of Amnesties Won’t Heal Kosovo’s Wounds

On the bench opposite them would be the perpetrator who had committed the actual crime, and he would tell the story of how he and a certain colleague had stopped two boys on the side of the street, checked them, drove them somewhere in the dark and finished them off. He would reveal to the mother in detail how her son was actually murdered and where they buried his body.

Ferry carrying hundreds of migrants from Lesvos reaches Piraeus

A ferry carrying 249 undocumented migrants from the eastern Aegean island of Lesvos docked at the port of Piraeus at 6.30 a.m. on Monday with another ferry to follow. 

Buses were waiting at the port to collect the migrants and transfer them to reception facilities on the mainland. 

No Amnesties for War Criminals amid Pandemic, UN Rapporteur Urges

The UN's special rapporteur on the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence, Fabian Salvioli, said on Wednesday that measures to protect against COVID-19 in overcrowded jails should not lead to amnesties or pardons being granted to people convicted of serious violations of human rights, crimes against humanity, genocide or war crimes.

1048 Pre-Trial Proceedings for Non-Compliance with Covid-19 Emergency Measures

A total of 1048 pre-trial proceedings have been initiated since the start of the coronavirus State of Emergency on March 13 for non-compliance with measures and rules related to curbing the spread of Covid-19, the Prosecutor's Office said on April 23.

The largest number is in the district of Varna, 136, followed by the district of Haskovo, 91.

Director of Nis Gerontology Center denied responsibility, nearly 140 people infected

He was subsequently remanded in custody on a motion by the prosecution.
Milan S. is charged with the criminal offense of serious criminal offence against human health in connection with the criminal offense of transmission of infectious disease, Prosecution spokesman Boris Radonjic told Tanjug.

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