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Subsidiary protection applies in cases in which the law on asylum does not apply, but there are nonetheless grave risks to an individual’s liberty, life or limb, such as from political persecution.
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Subsidiary protection under European law applies if torture or capital punishment are threatened or if a considerable danger is posed by an international or domestic armed conflict.
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A foreigner may not be deported if he/she is threatened in the destination country with torture or inhuman or degrading punishment. This also applies to considerable, individual danger to life, limb or liberty.
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