28 February 2006
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EU: Border control for the 21st century: “automated passenger processing”
Denmark: Prosecutor reluctant to take television station to court
UK: Sarin death settlement angers veterans
UK: Chagosians protest at theft of their country
Denmark: New expulsion rules “violate” refugee convention
Germany: Deployment of armed forces for World Cup?
UK: British role in CIA killer drones exposed
EU: Direct access to DNA data
To COSI or not to COSI, that is the question: "Any reference to COSI should be avoided"
EU/Africa: Dinghy deaths continue
EU: High Level Working Group on Migration
EU: Hesitations about military role in Congo
Spain: Guardia Civil officers face minor charges for Roquestas killing
Italy: Police officers investigated over Ferrara death
UK: Oyster card
UK: No accountability for armed police
UK: Justice for Nuur Saeed and Paul Coker
Belmarsh High Security Unit
Italy: Electoral alliance between government and far right
UK: BNP’s bogus “trade union”
Statewatch/TNI report on the EU Security Research Programme
Germany: Parliamentary Committee investigates Iraq war and CIA flights
UK: Government “colludes” with US in rendition and torture
Germany: Press freedom law to protect journalists after raids
Italy: Flood of legislation as term comes to an end
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