31 August 2005
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EU: COSI - Standing Committee on Internal Security rescued from the debris of the EU Constitution
Poland: Gay rights demo - banned and attacked by far-right
Germany: Interior Minister’s security plans for the 2006 World Cup
Italy: Regional governors oppose detention centres
Germany: 50,000 in danger of losing citizenship
UK: Demonstrator wins right to protest outside parliament
Europe: Satellite wars
Iraq/UK: British soldiers face war crimes charges
Ireland/UK: Historic statement marks end of IRA armed campaign
Germany: Rebuff for European Arrest Warrant
UK: Minister confirms that tasers are “dangerous weapons”
Spain: Nine Guardia Civil officers suspended in death in custody case
Italy: “Parallel” anti-terrorist unit run by fascists
Germany: Rendition - Khaled el-Masri’s claim substantiated
UK: e-Borders plan to tackle “threats” - the scheme is one of the most advanced in the world - but will not be fully in place until at least 2018
UK: “The rules of the game are changing” (Tony Blair) - extending the “war on terrorism” to a “war on (Islamic) extremism"
Nothing doing? Taking stock of data trawling operations in Germany after 11 September 2001, by Martini Kant
Germany: Return to an Aliens Police Law? Anti-terrorist legislation in Germany’s new Immigration Act, by Marel Pelzer
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