27.07.2016, Human Rights Watch
In October 2014, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that summary returns from Italy to Greece violated the rights of migrants to freedom from inhuman or degrading treatment, protection against collective expulsions, and to the right to appeal against their return. Despite this ruling, and the fact that Italian and international law prohibits the removal of unaccompanied children without a determination it is in their best interest, Italy is still sending unaccompanied children back to Greece.
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