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Freedom in the World 2018 - St. Kitts and Nevis

5 October 2018 | Publisher: Freedom House | Document type: Annual Reports

Al-Shabaab Five Years after Westgate: Still a Menace in East Africa

21 September 2018 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country Reports

Former Iranian vice president sentenced to prison for 'threatening national security'

12 September 2018 | Publisher: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty | Document type: Country News

Freedom in the World 2018 - Swaziland

27 August 2018 | Publisher: Freedom House | Document type: Annual Reports

Afghan president's national-security adviser resigns

25 August 2018 | Publisher: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty | Document type: Country News

'A deadly blow': Families say Iranian dervishes get heavy prison sentences

25 August 2018 | Publisher: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty | Document type: Country News

UNHCR comments on the Draft Law of the Republic of Armenia on Making Amendments and Supplements to the Law of the Republic of Armenia on Refugees and Asylum

July 2018 | Publisher: UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) | Document type: Comments on National Legislation

India: Surveillance by state authorities; communication between police offices across the country, including use of the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS); categories of persons that may be included in police databases; tenant verification; whether police authorities across India are able to locate an individual (2016-May 2018)

25 June 2018 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Freedom in the World 2018 - Slovenia

28 May 2018 | Publisher: Freedom House | Document type: Annual Reports

CASE OF LJATIFI v. THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA (Application no. 19017/16)

“(….) even where national security is at stake, the concepts of lawfulness and the rule of law in a democratic society require that deportation measures affecting fundamental human rights be subject to some form of adversarial proceedings before an independent authority or a court competent to effectively scrutinise the reasons for them and review the relevant evidence, if need be with appropriate procedural limitations on the use of classified information.

17 May 2018 | Judicial Body: Council of Europe: European Court of Human Rights | Document type: Case Law | Legal Instrument: 1950 European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) | Topic(s): Expulsion - National security / Public order | Countries: Serbia - The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

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