Vol 11(3/4): May-July 2001

Cover story: GENOA: An Italian view of "public order policing" Italian style: 482 people injured - 280 arrests - 2,093 people turned back at the borders - Carlo Giuliani shot dead by police


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EU: Justice and Home Affairs Council, May 2001

UK: Traffic CCTV cameras: more surveillance and license to print money?

Switzerland: Deportation deaths

Germany: Foreign Office declares Iraq unsafe

Denmark: New detention rules for asylum-seekers

France/Spain: No extradition, but “temporary surrender” likely

UK: New Labour’s second term plans

UK: Sylvester family judicial review put on hold

Italy: Ten-years for policeman who shot youth

UK: NCS Corruption investigation

England & Wales: Prison numbers rising

UK: Prison officers investigated over racist material

UK: Call for public inquiry after neglect verdict

UK: “Suicide” verdict as third black man found hanged

Italy: Right-wingers sentenced for another “anarchist” bomb

Features

Germany: New interception of telecommunications law

European Ombudsman backs new Statewatch complaint against the Council

UK: Police shoot two unarmed men in five days

EU: Data protection or data retention in the EU? Crunch-time for decision on communications surveillance

EU: Operational powers and new mandate for Europol

UK: Is there justice or just us? Deaths in custody

Genoa: Report by two members of the German Bundestag

EU: Gothenburg to Genoa: The “enemy within”: plans to criminalise protests in Europe and put groups under surveillance

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