28 February 1995
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EU: 1994 Euro-league of death
Austria: Gypsies die in racist bomb attacks
UK: Racists murder Asian shopkeeper
UK: National Assembly Against Racism launched
UK: Italian fascist speaks in London
Netherlands: Inquiry into police methods
UK: Stoke Newington death
UK: Police ‘caution’ shortened
Belgium: Police to exploit tapping law
France: Ban on ‘Islamic pamphlets’
Spain: More police on the streets
Netherlands: International Special Forces exercise
Estonia: Refugees imprisoned - no law, no trial
UK: Asylum refusals soar
ECHR: 20 years on
UK: Detention illegal?
Netherlands: `Safe third country' concept introduced
Belgium: Transit centre `concentration camp’
Belgium: Asylum-seekers victims of legal system
Belgium: Face-Mask banned
France: Deportations increase
Spain: `Plan for Social Integration’
Spain: Migrants die
Spain: Stowaways in orbit
Ireland: New government to amend Refugee Bill
Sweden: Limiting immigration
UK: The Pergau Dam case
Schengen: Checklist given to Denmark
Schengen: The criteria
EU: Asylum: harmony at a price
EU: Euro MP demands publication of minutes
Schengen: SIS: Belgium to log drug users
EU: Vetting Commission staff
EU: 'Third pillar' Commissioner grilled
Poland: Journalists have to reveal sources
EU: Resolutions and debates
UK: A death-blow to privacy on the telephone
UK: Government ID plans revealed
UK: New vetting system introduced
UK: Intelligence and Security Committee
Netherlands: BVD annual report
Denmark: End of university scandals?
Spain: Report on torture
France: Wiretap suspect found dead
Spanish government accused of organising GAL
J’accuse: Extracted from the prosecution counsel's indictment of the EU for violations of human rights, laid before the Basso Tribunal on the Right of Asylum in Europe, Berlin, 8-12 December 1994.
Vol 4(6): November-December 1994
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