31 December 1998
Cover story: EU: Surveillance extended to internet and satellite phones
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Basque country: Peace process moves forward
EU: Police lose blanket immunity
Denmark: Asylum seekers get “lunch package”
UK-Ireland: More Emergency Law
Belgium: Study indicates bias in Brussels courts
Belgium: Trade unionists before court
UK: LCD survey of freemasons
Northern Ireland: “RUC Watch” launched
UK: Five suspended after death in custody
UK: UN committee concerned about deaths in custody
UK: Deaths attributed to CS spray
Netherlands: Police want pepper spray
Wales: Domestic violence: PC resigns
UK: Campaign to free Zoora Shah
UK: Fascist march stopped in Dover
France: Le Pen and Megret: the last act?
France: In court with Le Pen
France: FN unwelcome in church
UK: MI5:“file destruction programme”
Sweden: Spying on the left
Belgium: Report shows “intelligence is a European Issue”
Netherlands: Informer uncovered
Netherlands: Wider powers in Intelligence Bill
UK-Chile: Pinochet’s come-uppence
Northern Ireland: Peace process falters?
EU: EU-FBI surveillance plan extended to Internet and new mobile phone systems
EU: JHA Council, September 1998
EU: New JHA working structures
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