30 June 1994
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UK: 'Safe' countries?
France: Judges stand up to Pasqua
EU: EU rights undermined?
UK: Benefits computer
UK: Economic League relaunched
EU: Europol staff shortlist
UK: Manchester police arrest 13 in gay pub raid
UK: Crime and punishment
UK: Pepper spray for police?
UK: Right to silence
Netherlands: Major police scandal
Switzerland: Swiss-Czech police cooperation
Switzerland: Amnesty report on policing
UK: Call for a national crime squad
UK: New stop and search powers
UK: Tough on the inside
Northern Ireland: Collusion and protection
Schengen: SIS delayed again
Schengen: new checkpoints
Italy: Far-right sweeps polls
Netherlands: Election results
Europe: European Court of Human Rights
EU: Guardian secrecy case
EU: New states insist on open government
UK: BNP lose Millwall seat
UK: Saptal Ram given judicial review
Romania: Romani murdered
Netherlands: Deaths in police custody
Netherlands: Racist violence
US: Controlling the airwaves
Netherlands: Cryptology ban
Denmark: New security scandal at university
UK: Surveillance warrants: up again
UK: Menwith Hill Station
UK: Public interest immunity
UK: Production order illegal
UK: PTA challenges
Netherlands: New preparatory offences
Europol: Draft Convention examined
UK: Amnesty Attacked
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