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Victims of tainted blood win case against Italian govt.

Payments to be adjusted for inflation, says international court

Victims of tainted blood win case against Italian govt.

Strasbourg, September 3 - The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday ruled that a group of 162 Italians infected by contaminated blood transfusions must be given compensation adjusted to account for inflation by the Italian government. The judge ruled that the Italian Court of Cassation's 2005 ruling for inflation-adjust payments and a subsequent 2010 Constitutional Court ruling be upheld. The victims of the tainted blood allege that measures to adjust their payments have not been applied in their case.

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