31 December 2006
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EU: Eight years on the data protection fiasco continues
Netherlands: Groningen makes “listening cameras” permanent
Netherlands: Journalists detained in attempt to discover source
UK/USA/IRAQ: US soldiers “murder” of journalist a war crime
Cuba/USA/UK: Say no to torture
Netherlands: Confederation accepts undocumented domestic workers
Belgium: Critical report shames detention centres
UK/Spain: Hilali tape “lost” as conspiracy collapses
Baluchistan: What have the Baluchis ever done to us?
Spain: Constitutional court’s racial profiling ruling challenged
UK: BNP leaders cleared of inciting racial hatred
Germany: “Dirty old nigger” not racist for justice system?
Europe: Parliamentarians call for tougher EU defence
EU: Britain and France clash over EU military research
UK-Kenya: Mau Mau veterans seek compensation
Germany: Juvenile’s murder highlights prison conditions
UK: Prisons unfit for purpose
UK: Christopher Alder Review criticises police
UK: Promotion for senior officer in Menezes slaying
Spain: Security guard shoots Angolan woman
By agreeing to negotiate new laws in secret trilogues is the European Parliament deepening the “democratic deficit”? by Tony Bunyan
The dream of total data collection: status quo and future plans for EU information systems by Heiner Busch
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