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02.11.2015



AUSTRIA: Racism forces Erasmus student back to UK (The Local, link)

IRELAND: Crime boss who recruited garda murderer Adrian Crevan Mackin was informant (Irish Independent, link)

NATO Pushed to Deploy More Forces in East (Balkan Insight, link)

Polish kids shirk online presence over hate speech (Radio Poland, link)

Romanian prosecutors: Apa Nova ran its own „intelligence service” (Romania Insider, link)

Serbia in Confusion after Protest Law Terminated (Balkan Insight, link): "Ten days after Serbia's Constitutional Court Law terminated the Law on Public Gatherings on October 23, it remains unclear how to go about organising a protest as the legal situation remains in limbo."

Spain “a winner” with 2003 Iraq War, claims ex-PM Aznar in a letter (El País, link)

SPAIN: Majority of Catalans oppose the independence declaration bill — poll (El País, link)

Stealth Mode? Built-in Monitor? Not All Body Cameras Are Created Equal (NPR, link): "Amid the recent pressure on police to wear body cameras, one thing is often overlooked: Not all cameras are created equal. In fact, cameras vary a lot — and the variations — some contentious — can have a profound effect on how the cameras are used and who benefits from them."

SWEDEN: Supporters protest Roma migrant camp closure (The Local, link)

TURKEY: Erdogan triumphs in Turkey, wins absolute majority (ANSA Med, link)

UK: New Investigatory Powers Bill will reportedly include protections for journalists' sources (Press Gazette, link)

UK: Student protest over free education expected to draw thousands (The Guardian, link)

UK: The changing face of unions: meet the women on front line of strike law protests (The Guardian, link)

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