30 April 2006
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Europol-USA agreement: Was it really needed?
Germany: Student goes to law over World Cup data collection
UK: UK must act on Guantanamo Britons
Spain: Detentions in operation against file-sharing
UK/Israel: Neither accountability nor justice for murdered Britons
Czech Republic: Court to implement European Arrest Warrant
UK: Immigration detainees treated like “parcels not people”
Germany: Transition will prolong migration restrictions
France: Law introduces hand-picked, disposable migration
UK/Afghanistan: British take command of Helmand from US forces
Spain: Guardia Civil officers press for demilitarisation
Germany: Anti-Radical Decree applied against teacher
Germany: Vicious attack sparks debate
UK: BNP makes gains at local elections
UK/Cuba: Ten children in Guantanamo
UK: No government help for “severely tortured” Guantanamo prisoners
UK: ASBOs “demonise” children
UK: Man accidentally shot in police terror raid
Italy: Carabinieri illegal DNA database
Germany: UK police get power of arrest at World Cup
UK: Long Lartin procedures inadequate
UK: Muslin prisoners’ trial preparations
UK: Double punishment for prisoners
Portugal: Prison death statistics 2005
Faster, further, higher: How EU police forces cooperate on football matters
Germany: Journalists, enemies of the state in the EU?
Spain: UN Convention on Torture Protocol ratified as claims of ill treatment continue
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