31 August 1994
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UK: Detention centre disturbance
France: Deportations up
Finland: Complaints about alien's office
Finland: New Attempt to Close Borders
Germany: Battle over Kurdish expulsions
Denmark: Tamilgate: update
UK: Stop and search figures
UK: CRIS: innocent people on file
UK: Organised crime: Not in UK
Netherlands: Border controls
Switzerland: Critical report on police data protection
Northern Ireland: Dusting Down the D-Notice System
Northern Ireland: 'Amateur' Police Authority
Northern Ireland: Tape Recording
Northern Ireland: Shoot to kill inquests
Northern Ireland: Open justice?
France: Intelligence officers sacked
Netherlands: 'State security' no excuse
Netherlands: Activists compensated
Netherlands: 'Volunteer' spy
UK: GCHQ: strategy summary
UK: BNP leader freed after racist attack
UK: Asian youth stabbed
Germany: Berlin 5
Germany: Goettingen 17
Switzerland: Increasing harassment
UK: Social security 'fraud’
UK: Nurse kicked out of Air Force
EU: Council of Interior & Justice Ministers Luxembourg
Schengen: New date set for SIS
EU secrecy: To 'gag' or not?
EU: Civil liberties & internal affairs Committee
EU: Combatting the democratic deficit
Europol: Defining 'organised crime'
UK: Travellers to stay
UK: Criminal Justice Bill demonstration
UK: Adams exclusion case goes to Luxembourg
Denmark: Norrebro: the trial and epilogue
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