31 August 2000
Cover story: Lomé Convention used to impose repatriation on the world’s poorest countries
Italy: Big increase in army bullying
EU: Rapid reaction force agreement
UK: Killing at Feltham YOI
Italy: “Inexcusable negligence” but no charges at Regina Coeli
Netherlands: New public order legislation for Euro Championships
UK: Reform urged by drug law inquiry
Italy: Opposition alliance shift to the right
UK: Leeds players charged over racist attack
Italy: Right-wingers sentenced for “anarchist” bomb
France/Basque country: GAL “dirty war” arrests
Germany: Asylum-seeker shot dead by police
Germany: Refugee Congress condemns institutionalised racism
France: Police killing sparks turmoil in Lille suburb
UK: Mayday demonstration clashes
UK: Harry Stanley family wait on PCA and CPS
UK: West Mercia police apologise to McGowan family
Italy: Carabinieri’s new status
EU: EU-FBI telecommunications system: “Negative press” slows progress
EU: Europol to become “operational"?
Ireland: Asylum policy and media blamed for racist attacks
EU: EU officials decide on EP’s influence
EU: Justice and Home Affairs
Council, 27.3.00 plus Gibraltar: status resolved
EU: JHA Council authorises Europol to start negotiating the exchange of data
EU: Prodi attacks European Ombudsman for speaking out
UK: What difference will the Human Rights Act make?
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