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The European Court of Human Rights has rejected the applications of three symphysiotomy victims in Ireland as being “manifestly ill-founded”. The women, who are to remain anonymous, claimed that Ireland had breached their human rights by preventing them from pursuing complaints that the

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Complaints brought to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) by three women who underwent symphysiotomies in Irish maternity hospitals in the 1960s have been declared inadmissible. The unanimous decisions in the cases of LF v Ireland, KO'S. v Ireland and WM v Ireland are final. The cases were am

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