30 June 1995
UK: Safe country list
UK: Detention damned
UK: Deportee death verdict
UK: Private "control and restraint”?
Spain: Refugees in Spanish enclaves
Spain: Government promises new law on aliens
Belgium: Zairian asylum-seeker dies
Belgium: Former Yugoslavs sent back
UK: ID card debate starts
UK: Gay Soldiers Lose Case
UK: Sara Thornton granted appeal
Schengen: Austria joins, Bulgaria protests, Schipol fiasco
Schengen: Toward a European Security Communications Network
Austria: Data Protection Registrar resigns
Europe: Southern WEU force established
UK: Bradford arrests spark riots
UK: Creeping towards a police state
UK: Greenpeace raid
UK: Justice for Brian Douglas
Germany: Amnesty accuse police of brutality
Spain: Annual Report on Torture
Netherlands: Dutch police the EU's largest cannabis supplier?
Netherlands: Police software reveals unlikely conspiracy
Austria: More letter bombs injure three
Sweden: Skinheads attack migrant families
France: Another FN murder
Portugal: Angolan murdered by skinheads
Belgium: Far-Right held in elections
UK: Legal aid shake-up planned
UK: Stephen Lawrence - private prosecutions
Northern Ireland: Collusion 1990-1994
Northern Ireland: "Emergency" continues
Northern Ireland: Police Complaints Review
Northern Ireland: Peace Tour 1995
UK: Security services reports
UK: Jobs and director to go at GCHQ?
Spain: Intelligence chief resigns
UK: The Stalker Affair
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