31 December 2003
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UK: Liberties and democracy at risk - Civil Contingencies Bill
Germany: 1,170 Muslim homes raided
UK: “Al-Qaeda” terrorism charges dropped
Spain: Aznar proclaims pre-emptive strike doctrine
EU: The road to civilisation?
Ireland: Right to remain for Irish citizen children and their parents
Netherlands: “Dover 58” trial reveals flawed investigation
Italy: Andreotti acquitted of murder
Italy: Former defence minister found guilty of corruption
Spain: Criminal code modification pressurises Basque institutions
Germany: Restructuring for a more “professional” force
EU: Deal over defence force
Germany: Officers acquitted on charges of life threatening injuries
UK: Prison suicides - the body count increases
UK: Record prison population
UK: The “Scrubs” - beadings, mock executions and racist threats
Germany: Draft law to ban headscarves in school
Spain: 13-year sentence for Pacheco killing
Italy: Fini disowns fascism bringing turmoil to party
UK: The Civil Contingencies Bill - Britain’s Patriot Act
UK: Anti-terrorist stop and searches double official figures - Muslim communities targeted
EU law on asylum procedures: An assault on human rights?
UK: The dismantling of asylum - the Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants) Bill
Norway/Netherlands: Krekar case poses many questions
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