31 October 2005
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More openness or just a drop in the ocean? The need for Freedom of Information in the EU
Germany: Attempt to ban pro-Kurdish newspaper fails
UK: ID card benefits “exaggerated”
UK/Cuba: Amnesty calls for UK action on Guantanamo hunger strike
Netherlands: Eleven die in fire at “unsafe” detention centre
UK: Asylum seeker found hanged at Yarl’s Wood
UK: RAF officer refuses to serve in unlawful war
Spain: Concern over proceedings in Basque youth association trial
Spain: Access to information: Galicia
UK/Iraq: Families fight to force independent war inquiry
Spain: Military jet crashes into house, killing three
Italy: Worrying trends in Interior Ministry report on security
UK: New generation of shock weapons
Austria: Death of Seibane Wague
UK: Controlling prison numbers?
UK: A duty of care
UK: Inquest into the death of Arif Hussain
The European Civil Liberties Network
Why terror and terrorism are the greatest test of modern journalism by Aidan White
Checking and balancing polity-building in the EU by Deirdre Curtin
The “War on terror” - Lessons from Northern Ireland by Paddy Hillyard
“The rules of the game”? by A. Sivanandan
Lex Vigilatoria - Towards a control system without a state? by Thomas Mathiesen
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