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   EGMR, 27.09.2007 - 72663/01   

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  • EGMR, 03.03.2015 - 29263/12

    S.Z. c. BULGARIE

    Certes, il ne revient pas, en principe, à la Cour de remettre en question les pistes suivies par les enquêteurs ou les constatations de fait auxquelles ils sont parvenus, sauf dans le cas où si celles-ci sont arbitraires ou ne reposent manifestement pas sur des éléments pertinents (Georgiev c. Bulgarie (déc.), no 34137/03, 11 janvier 2011, voir aussi Nikolay Dimitrov c. Bulgarie, no 72663/01, § 76, 27 septembre 2007).
  • EGMR, 10.01.2012 - 32662/06

    BISER KOSTOV v. BULGARIA

    Where an individual raises an arguable claim of ill-treatment, including of ill-treatment administered by private individuals, Article 3 of the Convention gives rise to a procedural obligation to conduct an independent official investigation (see Secic, cited above, § 53; Nikolay Dimitrov v. Bulgaria, no. 72663/01, § 67, 27 September 2007 and, mutatis mutandis, Menson and Others v. the United Kingdom (dec.), no. 47916/99, 6 May 2003).
  • EGMR, 27.05.2010 - 39326/02

    ÇELIK v. TURKEY (NO. 2)

    "Previous cases in which the Court has found that the State's positive obligations under Article 3 were engaged concerned far more serious instances of ill-treatment: beating with a garden cane applied with considerable force on more than one occasion (see A. v. the United Kingdom, 23 September 1998, § 21, Reports of Judgments and Decisions 1998-VI), very serious neglect and abuse for a number of years (see Z and Others v. the United Kingdom [GC], no. 29392/95, §§ 11-36, 40 and 74, ECHR 2001-V), consistent sexual abuse over a period of years (see D.P. and J.C. v. the United Kingdom, no. 38719/97, §§ 66-74, 10 October 2002), extremely serious sexual and physical abuse over a long period of time (see E. and Others v. the United Kingdom, no. 33218/96, §§ 43 and 89, 26 November 2002), multiple rape (see M.C. v. Bulgaria, no. 39272/98, §§ 16-21, 30 and 153, ECHR 2003-XII), beating all over the body with wooden planks, leading to multiple rib fractures (see Secic v. Croatia, no. 40116/02, § 8, 11 and 51, ECHR 2007-VI), and anal fissure caused by several attackers in highly intimidating circumstances (see Nikolay Dimitrov v. Bulgaria, no. 72663/01, §§ 9 and 70, 27 September 2007).".
  • EGMR, 16.04.2013 - 17253/07

    SHOPOV v. BULGARIA

    The scope of this obligation by the State is one of means and not of results; the authorities must have taken all reasonable steps available to them to secure evidence concerning the incident (see Nikolay Dimitrov v. Bulgaria, no. 72663/01, § 69, 27 September 2007 and, mutatis mutandis, Menson and Others v. the United Kingdom (dec.), no. 47916/99, 6 May 2003).
  • EGMR, 27.01.2011 - 44862/04

    DIMITROVA AND OTHERS v. BULGARIA

    For those reasons, the Court, while verifying whether such investigations have been objective and thorough, and whether the national authorities have taken reasonable steps to secure the evidence, does not consider it appropriate to interfere with the lines of inquiry pursued by the authorities or the findings of fact made by them, unless they manifestly fail to take into account relevant elements or are arbitrary (see, mutatis mutandis, Draganschi v. Romania (dec.), no. 40890/04, 29 in limine, 18 May 2010, and Nikolay Dimitrov v. Bulgaria, no. 72663/01, § 76, 27 September 2007).
  • EGMR, 27.11.2012 - 3832/06

    M.N. c. BULGARIE

    L'article 3 impose en outre, seul ou combiné avec l'article 13 de la Convention, le devoir pour les autorités nationales de mener une enquête officielle effective lorsqu'une personne allègue de manière défendable avoir été victime d'actes contraires à l'article 3, même administrés par des particuliers (M.C. c. Bulgarie, précité, § 153, 97 membres de la Congrégation des témoins de Jéhovah de Gldani et 4 autres c. Géorgie, no 71156/01, § 97, 3 mai 2007, Nikolay Dimitrov c. Bulgarie, no 72663/01, § 68, 27 septembre 2007, et Beganovic c. Croatie, no 46423/06, § 75, 25 juin 2009).
  • EGMR, 16.06.2015 - 81260/12

    VASIL HRISTOV v. BULGARIA

    As a general rule, actions contrary to Article 3 will not engage the State's responsibility if they have not been committed by its agents (see, among other authorities, Nikolay Dimitrov v. Bulgaria, no. 72663/01, § 65, 27 September 2007).
  • EGMR, 11.03.2014 - 41717/09

    STOEV AND OTHERS c. BULGARIE

    Lorsqu'une personne allègue de manière défendable avoir été victime d'actes contraires à l'article 3, cette disposition impose le devoir pour les autorités nationales de mener une enquête officielle effective propre à permettre l'établissement des faits ainsi que l'identification et la punition des responsables, et ce quelle que soit la qualité des personnes mises en cause (Secic, précité, § 53, Nikolay Dimitrov c. Bulgarie, no 72663/01, § 68, 27 septembre 2007, et Biser Kostov c. Bulgarie, no 32662/06, § 78, 10 janvier 2012).
  • EGMR, 11.01.2011 - 34137/03

    GEORGI GEORGIEV v. BULGARIA

    For those reasons, the Court, while verifying whether such investigations have been objective and thorough, and whether the national authorities have taken reasonable steps to secure the evidence, does not consider it appropriate to interfere with the lines of inquiry pursued by the authorities or the findings of fact made by them, especially when they have been reviewed by a domestic court, unless they manifestly fail to take into account relevant elements or are arbitrary (see, mutatis mutandis, Draganschi v. Romania (dec.), no. 40890/04, 29 in limine, 18 May 2010, and Nikolay Dimitrov v. Bulgaria, no. 72663/01, § 76, 27 September 2007).
  • EGMR, 18.11.2010 - 310/04

    SEIDOVA ET AUTRES c. BULGARIE

    En l'absence d'éléments indiquant que les conclusions des autorités internes étaient arbitraires ou ont manifestement ignorés des faits pertinents (voir, mutatis mutandis, Draganschi c. Roumanie (déc.), no 40890/04, 18 mai 2010 et, a contrario, Nikolay Dimitrov c. Bulgarie, no 72663/01, § 76, 27 septembre 2007) la Cour ne saurait substituer son appréciation à celles des autorités internes.
  • EGMR, 19.11.2009 - 18527/02

    TONCHEV v. BULGARIA

  • EGMR, 05.10.2017 - 34197/15

    MITEV v. BULGARIA

  • EGMR, 17.01.2017 - 49473/07

    OPREA v. ROMANIA

  • EGMR, 15.12.2015 - 38435/13

    B.V. AND OTHERS v. CROATIA

  • EGMR, 17.04.2012 - 9548/07

    ILIEVA AND GEORGIEVA v. BULGARIA

  • EGMR, 16.11.2010 - 12944/02

    KULAKOV v. UKRAINE

  • EGMR, 03.11.2011 - 18773/05

    TERLETSKAYA v. UKRAINE

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