EU: EUROPEAN PUBLIC PROSECUTOR & EUROJUST: European Commission proposals

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See the full text: Communication: Better protection of the Union's financial interests: Setting up the European Public Prosecutor's Office and reforming Eurojust (COM 352-13, pdf), Council Regulation on the establishment of the European Public Prosecutor's Office (COM 534-13, pdf) and Regulation on the European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation (Eurojust) (COM 535-13, pdf)

British police have been accused of illegally supplying information on potential targets for a highly controversial military "kill list" in a legal challenge being launched at the high court on Wednesday.
The role of the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) has been put under the spotlight by the claims, which are set out in papers to be filed on Wednesday morning.

And see the full article: UK police accused of supplying target information for military 'kill list': Court case – launched following mistaken identity in Afghan attack – to hear claim that Soca helped to compile list for Nato (Guardian, link)

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