31 October 2003
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UK takes lead on the surveillance of passengers
UK: Cover-up over Porton Down
UK: Libel payment for Lofti Raissi
Spain: Al Jazeera journalist arrested on terror charges
Spain/Ceuta: Police evict Medecins Sans Fronteres camp
Ireland: No more right to remain for parents of Irish born children
EU: New security strategy calls for worldwide preventive actions
EU: Still no compromise on military HQ
Italy: 73 officers to face charges for Genoa policing
Italy: Clashes at the IGC on European Constitution
Netherlands: Man shot dead by police
Italy: Raids against anarchist groups
UK: Police to face charges over unlawful death?
UK: Category A prisoners
UK: Private agency put protest groups under surveillance
Germany: Freedom on information law stalled
UK: Tagging and curfew orders breach children’s rights
Northern Ireland: Finucane’s right to life was violated
Germany: Antifascists fined for countering nazi demo
Italy: Berlusconi’s brave new world
Northern Ireland: Racist violence surges in loyalist Belfast
UK: Tyndall expelled from BNP
EU: European imperialism?
EU: Major concerns on fundamental rights
EU: Plans for biometric documents
EU: The criminalisation of migrants
Germany: Return to the lager system
UK: The alternative “2002 annual report” on surveillance
Northern Ireland: Britain’s Force Research Unit
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