30 April 2004
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EU: “Homeland security”: Terrorism or crime - a confusion of aims
UK: Belmarsh internees “suicidal”
Germany: Activists jailed in RZ “terrorist” trial
Poland: Intimidation of EEF activists
Italy: A surreal ratification of the ban on torture
Portugal: Free movement to be suspended during Euro 2004
Germany: Amnesty warns of immigration abuse in “fight against terrorism”
Spain: Zapatero orders the return of Spanish troops from Iraq
UK: Film prompts new demands for Alder public inquiry
UK: Worrying legal changes accompany new British “FBI”
Spain: Clashes between police and striking workers
Italy: Police charge striking Fiat workers in Melfi
Germany: To catch a thief...
UK/France: Le Pen pelted with rotten fruit
Italy: Activist web server and social centre win libel case
Northern Ireland/UK: Public inquiries into British state collusion
Spain: Intelligence service directors acquitted
UK: Deaths in custody
UK: Prisons crisis
France: CPT criticises overcrowding in French prisons
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