Vol 9 (3/4): May-August 1999

Cover story: An “Area of Freedom, Security & Justice” or “an obsession with Security”?


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Contents

EU: Justice and Home Affairs Council, 27/28 May 1999

Germany: Greens summon police to remove refugees

Germany: Citizenship law passed

Switzerland: New asylum law approved by referendum

Spain: Electronic control of Strait

UK: Campsfield update

Netherlands: Asylum seekers' age from x-ray

Netherlands: Secret "administrative detention" proposals

UK: "Close surveillance" - crime-fighting tool of the millennium?

Northern Ireland: "Insufficient evidence" in O'Neill killing

Northern Ireland: Siege of the Garvaghy Road

Switzerland: New Federal police agencies

Netherlands: Kalsbeek report on corrupt police

Germany: New stop and search powers

Spain: Campaign against police brutality

UK: Policing disorder

UK: M25 Three - breach of right to fair trial

UK: Severin complaint "fully justified"

UK: 22 prison officers charged

Italy/US: Activist repatriated

Sweden: Police killed in bank robbery

EU: BNP face fraud investigation

Italy: Roma camps attacked in Naples

UK: UK spies on Ireland

Netherlands: New intelligence agency

Netherlands: EU-FBI plan adopted in Holland

Germany: Intelligence services: new rules

UK: Samar and Jawad given leave to appeal

EU: Autonomous foreign and security policy

US/Italy: Marine convicted on minor chrages

Features

UK: Immigration and Asylum Bill: no real changes

France: Anti-terror laws pave way for arbitrary justice

Schengen: Joint Supervisory Authority denied resources

UK: Highest ever phone-tapping figures

EU: Expulsion: policy and practice

Switzerland: Treaties with Schengen neighbours

Spain: Interior Ministry officials investigated over GAL murders

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