31 December 1996
UK: Police bill: New powers to "bug and burgle"
UK: No action on black deaths in custody
UK: Lambeth monitoring project launched
Denmark: Bikers war results in sinister legislation
Netherlands: Dutch police trigger-happy?
Netherlands: Police blunder: Moroccan man loses house
Germany: Charges against anti-fascists dropped
Belgium: Parliament censors Committee report
Belgium: Postmen as "spies" project stopped
UK: CND reveals human radiation experiments
Netherlands: Dutch fudge on gay marriages
EU: Latest key decisions of the Court of Justice
Netherlands: Press campaign against Greens "intelligence-inspired"
Netherlands: "Asylum seekers suffer in refugee centres"
Poland: Hundreds held in detention centres
Review: The Testimony of Kani Yilmaz: Kurdish political prisoner
UK: "Justice for Satpal Ram" march
US/European row over NATO headquarters
UK: New army chief
Germany: Racists jailed for brutal attack
UK: GCHQ Federation not a union
UK: Committee to monitor MI5
Italy: New P2 exposed
Netherlands: BVD's secret contacts with Apartheid's spies in 1980s: ex-chief Docters van Leeuwen accused of perjury
Norway: Minister resigns
UK: Howard's way blocked
EU: Statewatch takes Council to the Ombudsman
Netherlands: Government promises less secrecy
EU: Justice and Home Affairs under the Irish Presidency
EU: Update: Europol to become EU police force
Jailhouse UK: Prison expansion
UK: Briefing on the Police Bill
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