30 April 2005
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EU policy “putsch”: Data protection handed to the DG for “law, order and security”
Euskadi: Interesting times
Spain/Germany/Switzerland: Trumped-up charges, extradition, preventative custody and plea-bargaining
UK: Schools Against Deportation launched
Spain: Regularisation process ends
Italy: Detention centres - Hunger strikes, arrests and escapes
Germany: Anti-discrimination law watered down?
UK/Israel: No accountability in IDF’s “shooting range”
France: ID card scheme criticised
UK: NAPO call for an end to tagging
UK: The criminalisation of headgear
Germany: Another suspicious death in police custody
UK: Police arrested over “Cardiff Three” murder conspiracy
UK: High Court overturns jury’s unlawful killing verdict
France: Amnesty report damns “effective immunity” of police officers
Germany: Far-right murders in Dortmund
Germany: Nazi bomb-plotters jailed
UK/Spain: RTF and B&H organisers arrested
UK: BNP election hopes fade as leaders charged with race hate charges
Germany: New Immigration Act
Journalism, civil liberties and the war on terrorism
International Campaign Against Mass Surveillance
European Commission’s technical mission to Libya: exporting Fortress Europe
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