Vol 14 (3/4): May-July 2004


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Privacy concerns in USA lead to withdrawal of CAPPS II - could this happen in the EU?

Germany: Torture debate continues

EU: Justice and Home Affairs policy

EU: France, Germany and Spain to share access to databases

UK: “Hearts and Minds”: teaching Iraq to love freedom and democracy

Europe: New weapons giants are born

Netherlands: Dutch government misled parliament over Iraqi WMD

Spain: Lock-in by undocumented migrants

UK: Children bear brunt of “anti-social behaviour” measures

Germany: New government terror powers a “licence to kill”?

Spain: Prison revolt amid allegations of ill-treatment in Quatre Camins

UK: Deaths in prison

Germany: “Torture” alleged at Brandenburg prison

Italy: Alarming prison death statistics

UK: Raissi family to sue the Met

UK: Commissioner calls for more “lethal weapons"

Spain: Police officers acquitted of torture

Spain: Racist attacks in El Ejido

Germany: Nazis using law to gather data on anti-fascists

UK: Police can keep DNA of innocent people indefinitely

UK: Ethnic injustice: More black and Asian people are being stopped and searched than ever before

Germany: 11 September trials collapse

Viewpoint: Beyond September 11: New preface by Phil Scraton to an “Anthology of dissent”

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