In its 12 December decision in the case PaÅŸa and Erkan Erol v. Turkey, the ECtHR unanimously held the Turkey responsible for violating the applicants’ right to life under Article 2. The Turkish government had laid anti-personnel mines in proximity of the applicantsâ€™ village, in a place previously used for grazing. When nine-year old Erkan and other children entered to gather their sheep, all were wounded by the explosion of one of the mines. The court explicitly noted that Turkey had failed to take the necessary measures to prevent innocent civilians from entering the area.
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