31 March 2007
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EU/US security “channel" - a one-way street?
UK-Jordan: SIAC’s Abu Qatada ruling threatens ban on torture
UK: DNA database - “citizens or suspects?”
Germany: Asylum-seekers drop
UK: Forced mass deportations to Iraq - a betrayal of the Kurds
UK: Riot at Campsfield
Germany: Courts strengthen asylum seekers social security rights
UK: No compensation for innocent Algerian detained for 5 months
Germany: Teacher wins appeal against political ban
France: Magistrate found guilty for alleging indiscriminate stop-and-search based on racial profiling
EU: EUFOR reorganises in Bosnia
EU: Defence coordination
UK: Police beating claims of brutality
UK: “Disgust” at Menezes officer’s promotion
Italy: Investigation into abuses by civilian “volunteers”
UK: Ower’s report shows prisons lurching from crisis to crisis
UK: Prison doesn’t work
UK: Corston review - womens’ prisons
EU: Formation of Identity, Tradition, Sovereignty
UK: BNP election candidate stockpiled explosives for “race” war
Features and analyses
Switzerland’s contradictory extradition rulings
Germany: Common database links secret service and the police
Deportation class a reality with Austrian business plan
UK Information Commissioner: “Surveillance sciety” a reality
Northern Ireland: The death in custody of Roseanne Irvine
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