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Decisions handed down by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg are considered to be binding | Photo: Imago Images/P. Scheiber
From file: Coast guard patrol in the harbor of Valletta, Malta, with migrants on board | Photo: Reuters
Decisions handed down by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg are binding - but only apply to the case involved | Photo: Imago Images/P. Scheiber
The outside of the Palace of Justice, where Italy's Court of Cassation is located in Rome | Photo: ANSA/Alessandro Di Meo
Abdelkarim Bendjeriou Sedjerari waits in front of the administrative Court in Frankfurt on August 18, 2022 for the start of his trial, which is about his follow-up application for asylum. The man fears persecution because of his homosexuality if he is forced to return to Algeria | Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa/picture alliance
A general view of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/JULIEN WARNAND
From file: Decisions handed down by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg are considered to be binding | Photo: P. Scheiber/imago
Sea Watch has accused Italian port authorities of "exceeding the powers" of a port state | Photo: Nora Bording/Sea-Watch/AP/picture-alliance
Outdoor area of the shelter in Cona, Veneto where Ousainou Darboe was placed for over 4 months | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/MICHELE GALVAN
Morocco sentenced 33 migrants for 'illegal entry onto Moroccan territory,' following a mass border crossing attempt at Melilla in June  | Photo: Javier Bernardo/dpa/picture-alliance
Press conference for the presentation of the results of the Ikaros operation at the Crotone police station in southern Italy. February 21, 2021 | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA
Franco A. led a double life as Bundeswehr officer and Syrian refugee | Photo: Picture-alliance