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4.11.2015



DENMARK: Rasmussen rules out offering asylum to Snowden (The Copenhagen Post, link)

EU accession to ECHR back on (Law Gazette, link)

France compensates US Holocaust victims (The Local, link): "France will pay $60 million to mainly American victims of the Holocaust who were transported by train from France to Nazi death camps during World War II, an affair that nearly cost French state rail company SNCF its US contracts."

Italy mulls 'love rooms' for prison inmates (The Local, link)

Macedonia Protesting Pupils Say Teachers Locked Them up (Balkan Insight, link): "Parents and pupils in Macedonia say teachers in some schools acted like ruling party militants, locking pupils in classes to stop them attending protests against education reforms."

Polish president renews calls for permanent NATO presence (The News, link)

SPAIN: Catalan opposition to file joint appeal against independence motion (El País, link)

UK demands treaty guarantees on relations with eurozone (EUobserver, link): "UK chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne outlined on Tuesday (3 November) some of his government's demands ahead of the EU membership referendum."

UK: Bahar Mustafa: Charges dropped against student officer 'who tweeted #killallwhitemen' (The Independent, link)

UK: Foodbanks will lose credibility if they side with DWP (Third Force News, link): "Placing Jobcentre advisers in foodbanks is a retrograde step says anti-poverty campaigner Peter Savage "

UK: Former reviewer of anti-terror laws co-owns firm with ex-MI6 chief (The Guardian, link)

UK: Three Scenes from Campsfield IRC (Unlocking Detention, link)

UK: Welfare to work boss backs attack on disabled (Morning Star, link)

USA: NYPD Undercover "Converted" To Islam To Spy On Brooklyn College Students (Gothamist, link)

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