Vol 12(3/4): May-July 2002


Cover story: Surveillance of telecommunications: Data retention to be "compulsory"

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Surveillance: Data retention to be compulsory

ICC/EU: US tries to split EU on ICC

EU: Fast-track to expelling migrants

EU/Netherlands: Eurojust’s “ETA suspect” bailed

Germany: Contempt for refugee children

UK: “Snatch squad” storms mosque

Ukraine: EU deportation regime adopted

Europe: International Border camps 2002

Spain: Expulsions rise three-fold

IRR concern over sentencing

Italy: Ombudsman criticises “anomalous” data retention

Germany: Death of a prisoner

UK: O’Brien family - £250,000 damages, but still no apology

Italy: Genoa - police evidence discredited

Netherlands/Turkey: Case reveals tampering with intercepted evidence

Netherlands: Intelligence services expand

Ireland: Call for Saville-type inquiry

Germany: Government still refuses to disclose NPD informants

UK: European court decision frees Satpal

Italy: Suicides and protest in Marassi

N Ireland: Racist attacks on increase

Austria/UK: Haider’s London visit

Wales: Mosque official dies after attack

France: Presidential candidate was a torturer

EU: Unaccountable undercover teams set up

EU: Information to be exchanged on terrorists (and protestors)

EU: Law enforcement agencies win out over privacy

US/EU/ICC: Farcical birth of International Criminal Court

The EU Constitutional Convention: Will the Sinners Repent?

In the name of a “Just War” - defending the “civilised world”, extract from “Beyond September
11 - an Anthology of dissent edited" by Phil Scraton (Pluto Press)

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