31 October 2001
Cover story: A permanent "state of emergency"
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A permanent "state of emergency"
EU Council to renege on interinstitutional openness deal?
EU JHA Council, 27-28.9.01
Germany: Immigration bill restrictive and repressive
Germany: Police raid on-line antideportation demonstrators
UK: London snatch squads to deport "failed asylum seekers"
Italy: New anti-terrorist law decree
Germany: Telecommunications providers to intercept customers
Italy: Raids on anarchists and social centres
France: "Bloody police repression" of Algerians remembered
UK: Traffic wardens, special constables and civilians to get police powers?
UK: Mubarek family win independent inquiry as crisis hits YOIs
UK: Suicides and deaths in prison
Germany: "New war" on civil liberties? The German response to the attacks on 11 September
EU: Expanding the concept of terrorism? Thomas Mathiesen looks at the proposed EU definition of terrorism and its potential effect
EU: European arrest warrants: examines proposal which will abolish extradition and remove human rights safeguards
EU plans link protests and terrorism in new anti-terrorist “roadmap” plus reactions in different countries and NGOs
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