Vol 14(5): August-October 2004


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EU: “Anti-terrorism” legitimises sweeping new “internal security” complex

UK: ACTSA prisoner released after three years

UK/Cuba: Detainee tells of murder, torture and death threats

France/Spain: Joint investigation units established

Germany: Schily lobbies for “external processing centres”

Italy/Spain/Tunisia/Malta: Migrant deaths in the Mediterranean

Germany: Probation for killing refugee during deportation

UK: Asylum seekers roll call of death

Netherlands: DNA samples become obligatory on conviction

Netherlands: Extradition of Nuriye Kesbir

UK/USA: Enron 3 case confirms extradition fears

USA/UK/Iraq: 37,000 civilians reported dead in invasion

Italy: Commission to investigate effects of depleted uranium on soldiers

EU: Green light for EDA

EU: Defence chiefs decide on battle groups, gendarmerie

Spain: Gaztexte eviction leads to clashes and mass arrests

UK: No resignations over record number of prison deaths

Spain: Quatre Camins officials sanctioned

Italy: Concerns over underground isolation cells

Germany: Verfassungsschutz role endangers NPD prosecution

UK: Tyndall to BNP leadership

The EU Constitution and Justice and Home Affairs

“Silently Silenced - creation of acquiescence in modern society” by Thomas Mathiesen

Egyptian national “unlawfully detained” after intervention by Prime Minister

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