28 February 1999
Cover story: The cycle of UK racism – stop & search, arrest and imprisonment
Spain: Call for depenalisation of squatting
France: Shooting of Habib Muhammed
UK: CS spray “too toxic to be safe”
UK: Police batons cause lasting injuries
UK: Another black “restraint” death in custody?
UK: Who bombed Israeli embassy?
Denmark: Government to investigate intelligence service
Netherlands: Requests to view BVD files
Italy: “God's Banker” exhumed
UK: Three more suspended at Wormwood Scrubs
UK: Life prisoners exceed 4000
Italy: Amnesty for “irregular” immigrants
Belgium and The Netherlands: Charter flights to deport asylum seekers
Netherlands: Officer jailed for sexually abusing woman
Netherlands: Church hunger strike of “illegal immigrants”
UK: “Killing Secrets” campaign
UK: UK strategic alliance
Denmark: New Blood and Honour group
France: Megret outmanoevers Le Pen
UK: Justice for Taj and Roberto campaign launched
UK: Inquiry into Blair Peach killing?
Italy: Lega Nord calls for referendum on immigration
EU: EURODAC: By regulation instead of convention
Switzerland: National DNA database
Switzerland: Swiss military surveillance system
EU: Informal JHA Council, Berlin
EU: German Presidency work programme
UK: Disaster limitation on Merseyside: the police authority, the Chief Constable and the legacy of Hillsborough
Sweden: The personnel control system 1969-1996
EU: Migration: first six countries targeted
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