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LAVA Caretaker Dies of a Sudden Heart Attack

Philadelphia, 27.06.2005 23:01

Marlon Solar, the beloved caretaker of the building that houses the Philly IMC, died tragically on Saturday of a sudden heart attack. He was 31 years old.

Marlon, who was sometimes known as "Marlonius Thunque," lived in West Philadelphia and also had roots in South Jersey. In both places he was an engaged member of the community. In addition to his role as caretaker of the Lancaster Avenue Autonomous Zone, he was the creator and initial facilitator of South Jersey Freecycle, did odd jobs for many residents,and worked for the Neighborhood Bike Works, an organization dedicated to encouraging youth to bike and empowering them with skills to fix their own bikes.

Marlon’s Memorial Blog



Struggles of transgender people for social change

DC, 27.06.2005 22:01

This half-hour show was produced in DC for the Pacifica National Pride Broadcast. The show takes a look at the contemporary transgender movement for political change, whether that movement even exists, and what the future looks like. There is a 30 second music bed at about 15:45 for station IDs and at the end of the show. Feel free to share for non-profit purposes. Audio



G8 Summit Quicklinks

United Kingdom, 27.06.2005 21:30

Indymedia and other alternative and independent media groups will be providing grass roots non-corporate coverage of events around the G8 Summit including counter conferences, protests and actions. For current coverage see Indymedia Scotland, the Indymedia G8 Reports Section and IMC G8 Features Archive.

Quicklinks: Planned Protests + Events (June / July) | Links to Groups and Websites | Why Are People Protesting? [2] | Dissent! Network | G8Alternatives | Make Poverty History

G8 Accommodation in Edinburgh and Glasgow + InfoPoints | Rural Eco-Village Campsite Update [2] | G8 Legal Support + Advice | G8 Medical Support
Train Transport from London: Resist G8 Trains | GR Train



Equating Migrant People with Terrorists

San Diego, 27.06.2005 20:01

The US, Canada and Mexico are putting the final touches on an executive agreement called the North American Alliance for Prosperity and Security which is a combined agreement on terrorism laws and economic laws, but it also contains sections dealing with immigration. Strangely, this is being kept very quiet in the United States despite the fact that Bush, Fox and Martin agreed in principle to the agreement in March and are continuing to have meetings to iron out the details.

For more information, see:

Nations ironing out terror plan details

Acuerdo México-EU-Canadá iguala a migrantes con narcos y terroristas / Mexico-US-Canada Accord Equates Immigrants with Drug Trafficers and Terrorists

Canadian Council of Chief Executives



WA Anti Nuclear Action

Perth, 27.06.2005 17:21

ACTION for a nuclear-free future - Perth Convention Centre June 28



Borders at the G8

United Kingdom, 27.06.2005 16:35

G8 countries spearhead the world system of borders; a system which renders many people illegal and which leaves all of us divided. Restrictions on our movement, restrictions on our right to work, restrictions on our right to receive medical treatment or legal aid or any other social benefit are all standard. What's more these restrictions are largely based on the arbitrary notion of nationality and on its ugly twin: race.

[Groups opposing borders and/or campaigning on immigration issues: No Border Network | No one is Illegal | Make Borders History | Committee to Defend Asylum Seekers | National Coalition of Anti-Deporation Campaigns]

[Opposing borders at the G8: Make Borders History tour (July 3, Glasgow)]



Comprehensive list of G8 protest related events now available

Scotland, 27.06.2005 16:02

The Scottish Young Greens have worked hard together with People and Planet Edinburgh to compile a list of all G8 protest related events (rtf or Access file), and sorted events according to time, venue and contact details.
Other listings have been publicised by the different groups themselves, such as Dissent, G8 Alternatives, Make Poverty History and Trident Ploughshares.
Listings also available by the Edinburgh Peace and Justice Centre, Indymedia UK, IMC Scotland Radicalendar, the new G8 List Magazine and the Big Issue Scotland.



Miles recordamos a Dario y Maxi en el Puente Pueyrredon

Argentina, 27.06.2005 14:20

Domingo 26 de Junio 2005 | A TRES AÑOS DE LA MASACRE
Miles recordamos a Dario y Maxi en el Puente Pueyrredon



antifa proglas

belgrade, 27.06.2005 12:03

PROGLAS POVODOM OKUPLJANJA NEONACISTA U NOVOM SADU



antifa ns proglas

belgrade, 27.06.2005 12:03

PROGLAS POVODOM OKUPLJANJA NEONACISTA U NOVOM SADU



Day Five of the Kendra James civil trial

Portland, 27.06.2005 12:02

Day five, Friday, June 24, 2005 started with defense witness, Gaylan Warren, a forensic scientist who specializes in reconstructing crime scenes, especially shootings. Warren stated that the physical evidence left behind at the scene - such as Kendra's wig, a silver sugar bowl, matchbook, a Taser "blast door" and shell casing help to show where events took place. He claimed that the evidence suggests that the car travelled approx. 275' from the initial stop, that the taser Officer Reynolds fired was 9 inches away from Kendra's left shoulder (where the probes hit). Like the other expert witnesses, Warren had an opinion about the bullet path and that the shot had to be 30" or beyond that. Warren thought that Scott McCollister's video re-enactment showing his foot inside the car was consistent with that path and distance. He did admit on cross examination, though, that if Kendra had been laying differently from what the defense claims, the bullet path could be consistent with McCollister standing outside the car. Warren stated that based on the fact that the taser probes went through her jacket and red t-shirt, she probably felt the effects of being tasered, but was not completely immobiled. read more >>

previous reports: [ Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 ]



A Firsthand Account from Philadephia

Portland, 27.06.2005 04:24

Okay, so here is my account of what I did out on the streets of Philadelphia, Tuesday the 21st of June, 2005. This is part one of three.

I woke up around 8:00 a.m. that morning. As I got ready to head out to Food Not Bombs, I found out that it was to be held in front of a major pharmaceutical corporation called GlaxoSmithKline. Food was really the only thing on my mind as I struggled with the bike I had borrowed that day for it wasn't working correctly, but someone could still use it, so I did.

I was out there to cover the events of the day and with the help of the Philadelphia Indymedia folks we broke up into three groups to cover each branch of the three demonstrations. I choose to go to the environmental one and cover that. From GlaxoSmithKline I walked a few blocks over to 1640 (I believe) Arch Street. A truck was waiting with all kinds of signs, giant puppets, and huge banners. Everyone was in really good spirits as everyone was being moved from the truck across the streets onto the sidewalk into a pile.

read more >>Part TwoAfter a while things calmed down between police and demonstrators. After about an hour of a rather somber mood things started to pickup like they had been earlier that day with a much more positive feeling all about. People gathered around in a circle in the middle of the street and started to scream really loud, getting the attention of the delegates inside the convention center, more joined them and it got louder. As that was happening people started to form a line facing the police. read more >>Part ThreeI got dropped off and met up with the person who called to let them know that I was there. There were police on both sides of the street. I guess it was the police headquarters, because there were officers on each side of the street. Cars in front of the building, police on bicycles in front of everyone there. There were about fifty people in a small park sitting down eating Food Not Bombs. Bicycles were everywhere between people as they laid around and enjoyed each others company with the purpose of supporting those that had been arrested and put in jail. I was informed that before I arrived things almost got out of hand as an emotional police officer was yelling at the people in the crowd saying, "you killed my friend." read more >>

[ Philly IMC coverage of BioDemocracy 2005 |



EZLN

Argentina, 27.06.2005 04:01

Domingo 26 de Junio 2005 | CONSULTA INTERNA Y ALERTA ROJA
Un nuevo capítulo en la lucha zapatista



Zapatista update

Richmond, 27.06.2005 03:21

on the scene account of the Zapatista red alert Three days after my tearful farewell from San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, the Ejercito Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional (EZLN) issued a red alert for the region where I had just spent more than a month and a half. The EZLN put their autonomous communities on alert and evacuated to live clandestinely in the protection of the Laconda jungle highlands. They called it a "precautionary defense measure" and effectively took themselves out of danger from a government intent on wiping out their resistance. Through its spokesman, Subcomandante Marcos, the EZLN issued four communiques in a matter of four days to explain to the world their actions, their reasons and their assurances.



oaxaca: Journalists imprisoned

Houston, 27.06.2005 03:20

newspaper workers trapped by mob in Oaxaca



Statement Of Clarification And Apology

Urbana-Champaign, 27.06.2005 03:02

This statement was consensed to by the UC IMC Steering Group on June 16th, 2005. Having heard no objections from the spokes not present, this is the final version after extensive discussion that is now being published.



Ge Crops

Sydney, 27.06.2005 01:21

GE Crop Claims are False



Ge Crops

Sydney, 27.06.2005 01:21

GE Crop Claims are False



Make Poverty History Radio broadcasts on 87.7 FM on 2nd of July

Scotland, 27.06.2005 01:02

The Community Media Association (http://www.commedia.org.uk/) in conjunction with the Make Poverty History coalition (http://www.makepovertyhistory.org/) and Edinburgh's Telford College, ETC FM (http://www.etcfm.co.uk/) is broadcasting "Make Poverty History Radio" from Edinburgh on Saturday 2nd July.



Food Not Bombs Holds 25th Anniversary Gathering in Philly

Boston, 27.06.2005 01:01

Audio: Philadelphia was recently the home of the 25th anniversary gathering of an international, grassroots, volunteer-run free-food project called Food Not Bombs. Food not bombs shares free food in cities all around the country – from Portland, to New York, to San Antonio – by rescuing waste from markets and redistributing it to hungry people. Homefries in Boston has more on the gathering -- including several interviews -- in the posted mp3.



PhillyIMC General Meeting

Philadelphia, 26.06.2005 23:31

The next PhillyIMC General Meeting is on Monday, June 27, 2005 from 7pm - 9pm at LAVA. Click herefor details.



Neighborhood Co-op Moving to Murdale

Big Muddy, 26.06.2005 23:20

The Neighborhood Co-op Grocery, currently located at 104 E. Jackson St. in Carbondale, will soon be moving to the Murdale Shopping Center on the west side of town. After more than 20 years of operation in the historic Town Square district, the Co-op's decision to move will have many implications, both for the people who shop there and for the community at large.



RADIO STREAMING - POR MEMORIA Y JUSTICIA

Uruguay, 26.06.2005 22:21

Transmisión del taller a 36 años del Golpe de Estado



Ireland's UNHCR World Refugee Awards 2005

Ireland, 26.06.2005 22:20

Awards In Five Categories Given To Fourteen People Last 16 June, the UNHCR's 3rd Annual World Refugee Day was celebrated at the Dublin City Council office... Photo Series:RAR's National Day of ActionAgainst Racism On the 16 June 2005 the UNHCR's 3rd Annual World Refugee Day was celebrated at the Dublin City Council office on Wood Quay and awards were given in five categories to fourteen people living in Ireland who are actively involved with asylum seekers and refugees. Presentation of the awards was by Dublin Lord Mayor Michael Conaghan and South African Ambassador to Ireland, Melanie Verwoerd. Rosanna Flynn, of Residents Against Racism, was one of the winners of the award. Rosanna Flynn: '...things have moved on, or rather, I'm afraid things have moved back. We are now integrating people for deportation [....] The time for tip-toeing around the Irish Government is over. I'm afraid we have a 'Bogus Minister of Justice' - he talks about 'Bogus Asylum Seekers' all the time - we must confront him and Bertie Ahern, who after all keeps him in the job. And it verges, in Michael McDowell's case, on incitement to racial hatred. He talks of 'Cock and Bull Stories,' he says if not for the United Nation's Human Rights rules he'd be out at the airport to send them back immediately. [....] We are entering a new phase of Anti-Racism activism in Ireland - it's got to be confrontational. If you play things by the book and keep your head down you are almost certain to be deported. You have got to make noise about it....'' http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/jun2005/smrosdsc_0097.jpg



MAKE POVERTY HISTORY: Dublin Rally Thursday 30 June

Ireland, 26.06.2005 22:00

Assemble Parnell Square At 6.30 pm And Proceed To The Main Rally At Merrion Square At 7.15 pm On Thursday 30 June, as leaders of the world's richest countries prepare to go to Scotland for the G8 summit, and tens of thousands of campaigners prepare to rally in Edinburgh, thousands will gather in Dublin to send a message to the G8 leaders: ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. Millions of people around the World are trapped in bitter, unrelenting poverty because of man-made factors: a glaringly unjust global trade system which favours the most powerful countries and punishes the poorest; demands from rich countries and global institutions for vast sums of money to service old debts, even those incurred by oppressive regimes and insufficient aid which never gets to where it is most needed. The gap between the World's rich and poor has never been wider. Malnutrition, AIDS, conflict and illiteracy are a daily reality for millions. But it isn't chance or bad luck that keeps people trapped in bitter, unrelenting poverty. It's man-made factors like a glaringly unjust global trade system, a debt burden so great that it suffocates any chance of recovery and insufficient and ineffective aid. Back in 2001 the governments of the eight wealthiest nations on the planet said that they were going to do something about it. In what was seen as a breakthrough, they promised to halve World poverty by 2015. Four years later the World’s leaders are failing dismally to reach those targets. The event will start at Parnell Square at 6.30 pm and lead to the main rally at Merrion Square at 7.15 pm. Everybody is urged to support this event and stand in solidarity with the poorest people around the world who are suffering the consequences of the debt burden, unjust trade rules and the failure of world leaders to meet their international commitments to deliver more and better aid. MakePovertyHistory.ie • Dublin Rally • Belfast Rally • Cork Rally On Thursday 30 June, as leaders of the world's richest countries prepare to go to Scotland for the G8 summit, and tens of thousands of campaigners prepare to rally in Edinburgh, thousands will gather in Dublin to send a message to the G8 leaders: ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. We want trade justice, debt cancellation, and more and better aid for the world's poorest countries. Be there. Make your voice heard. Make History in 2005. ‘Like slavery and apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings. And overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life’ Nelson Mandela MAKEPOVERTYHISTORY Your participation at the demonstration in Dublin will be a clear sign that we care about global poverty and injustice. The more people attend the campaign the harder it is for the G8 to ignore the pledge for a better world. They will have to do something about it. If we can change eight men’s minds, we can change 800 million lives. The more people attend the Dublin rally the harder it is for the Irish Government to ignore the call to make good the solemn pledge at the United Nations in 2000 that Ireland would reach its Aid target by 2007. The Dublin Rally will involve a Parade from Parnell Square to Merrion Square. This will be a family friendly event with a strong Scottish theme: G8 in Kilts, pipers and Nessy. The main prop will be the people forming a sea of white banners, T-shirts and flags. Once at Merrion Square there will be a few speeches (from Africa and Ireland) marking the historic moment followed by some first class Irish and African musicians .Already confirmed are Hothouse Flowers, The Devlins and the Walls. This will be the biggest Irish solidarity event focused on the poorest people in the world. 600 million children live in absolute poverty. Every year more than 10 million children die of hunger and preventable diseases – that's one child every three seconds. But it doesn't have to be this way. Poverty doesn't occur by chance or bad luck. Millions of people around the world are trapped in bitter, unrelenting poverty because of man-made factors: a glaringly unjust global trade system which favours the most powerful countries and punishes the poorest; demands from rich countries and global institutions for vast sums of money to service old debts, even those incurred by oppressive regimes; insufficient aid which never gets to where it is most needed. The gap between the world's rich and poor has never been wider. Malnutrition, AIDS, conflict and illiteracy are a daily reality for millions. But it isn't chance or bad luck that keeps people trapped in bitter, unrelenting poverty. Its man-made factors like a glaringly unjust global trade system, a debt burden so great that it suffocates any chance of recovery and insufficient and ineffective aid. Back in 2001 the governments of the eight wealthiest nations on the planet said that they were going to do something about it - in what was seen as a breakthrough, they promised to halve world poverty by 2015. Four years later the world’s leaders are failing dismally to reach those targets. The event will start at Parnell Square at 6.30pm and lead to the main rally at Merrion Square at 7.15pm. Everybody is urged to support this event and stand in solidarity with the poorest people around the world who are suffering the consequences of the debt burden, unjust trade rules and the failure of world leaders to meet their international commitments to deliver more and better aid. This event is also organised to afford Irish people an opportunity to be part of the world-wide movement, The Global Call To Action Against Poverty, which is organising protests around the world supported by millions of people. Organised in solidarity with the poorest people around the world who are suffering the consequences of the debt burden, unjust trade rules and the failure of world leaders to meet their international commitments to deliver more and better aid. The MAKEPOVERTYHISTORY - IRISH CAMPAIGN June 30th Dublin Rally will, alongside this global movement, turn up the political pressure on the Irish government and world leaders to take action against global poverty and injustice in advance of the G-8 Summit in Scotland this July. Debt • Make Poverty History Campaign is urging the Irish government to press for debt cancellation to be extended to all countries that need it. All debt, not some of it. • MPH views the G8 recent decision as a positive step: It will free up about $1 bn over the next ten years. Money that poor countries now have to pay off to rich countries, rather than invest in health care or education. • But it’s not 100% debt cancellation for poor countries. Many countries are excluded from the debt cancellation. And many debts are excluded. And the debt cancellation will have to be paid for by reductions in future aid to the 18 countries involved. Aid • The government has broken its promise to meet our responsibility of spending 0.7% of GNP in aid. This is a massive let down to people in the developing world. • This is a promise broken that was made in the name of the Irish people to the poor of the world. • MPH is demanding that the Irish government deliver a credible plan for delivering on its overseas aid responsibilities. This means: - committing to an early date to achieve the target of 0.7% of GNP – 2010 at the latest. - outlining of a plan for each and every year until the target is reached - providing the means to ensure the commitment is kept this time, eg. through legislation. • Aid is needed now, not in 2015; We have committed ourselves to halving poverty by 2015. This requires investment NOW. Investment in health care, education, roads, etc. Waiting until 2015 is a recipe for failure. Trade • We are calling for action by the Irish government in support of fairer trade rules that benefit the poor. • Trade rules are being set by the WTO (World Trade Organisation). At present, these are hugely stacked in favour of the rich countries. Rich countries are allowed to protect their “sensitive” industries (agriculture, textiles) but poor countries have to open up their markets at all costs. • We are simply asking for a level playing field: the same rules should apply for rich and poor countries. That is Trade Justice MAKEPOVERTYHISTORY IRISH CAMPAIGN PARTICIPANTS: ActionAid Ireland, Afri, AidLink, Children InCrossfire ,Christian Aid, Church of Ireland Bishops' Appeal, Comhlámh, Concern, CORI Justice Commission, Debt & Development Coalition Ireland, Dóchas, EAPN Ireland , ElectricAid, Fairtrade Mark Ireland, Friends of the Earth Ireland,Health & Development Network, IDEA, IFPA, IMU, Irish Congress of Trade Unions, Irish Anti-War Movement, KADE, Mandate, Mercy Justice Office, National Youth Council of Ireland, Ocras International, Oxfam Ireland, Plan International, Presentation Justice Network,The Rose Project, Self Help Development International, Sightsavers International, Skillshare International Ireland Slí Eile, Street Seen, Suas, Sustainable Ireland, Tearfund,Trócaire, UCD Development Studies Centre, Union of Students in Ireland, WorldVision Ireland, Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice Downloadable Posters/Web Banners are available at: http://www.debtireland.org/resources/poster.htm http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/jun2005/whiteband_150.jpg http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/jun2005/working_involve2.gif http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/jun2005/whitebandcork2502.gif



Indymedia Ireland G8 Blog / Information Resource

Ireland, 26.06.2005 22:00

. PDF format file of G-8 Blog Flyer. Download, Duplicate, Distribute! Also See: G8 BlogoSphere Extracts Other Links: G8 Bloggers aggregated / UK Indy List of G8 Bloggers / George Monbiot tackes Bono / John Pilger picks apart Geldof / History Makes Poverty G-8 Hiberno-Migration to Scotland >> The IMC Ireland Blog is Here For updates and other info see: Indymedia Scotland, the Indymedia G8 Reports Section and IMC G8 Features Archive. Quicklinks: Planned Protests + Events (June / July) | Links to Groups and Websites | Why Are People Protesting? [2] | Dissent! Network | G8Alternatives | Make Poverty History G8 Accommodation in Edinburgh and Glasgow + InfoPoints | Rural Eco -Village Campsite Update [2] | G8 Legal Support + Advice | G8 Medical Support http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/jun2005/g8indy150.gif http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/jun2005/indyg8blogquart.pdf



Contra la represión y la impunidad

Argentina, 26.06.2005 19:20

Domingo 26 de Junio 2005 | ACTIVIDADES EL 26 Y 27 DE JUNIO
En defensa de las libertades públicas y de expresión



Mountain Justice Summer

Pittsburgh, 26.06.2005 19:02

Mountain Justice Summer sweeps through Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Tennessee



G8 International Day of Action

North Carolina, 26.06.2005 17:30

G8 International Day of Action



BUDGET CUTS MIGHT KILL PEOPLE--BUT GOVERNOR OF TENNESSEE IN DC PREACHING HIS TENNCARE PLANS

DC, 26.06.2005 14:02

On Thursday the House of Representatives restored the 100 million dollars originally proposed to be cut from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Though the move restores CPB’s funding, another 102 million dollars from other public broadcast programs for basic equipment purchases was not restored. This CPB funding is part of a larger funding bill that includes cut by $1.6 billion below the 2005 bill, nearly a 6 billion dollar cut to the federal health, education and labor departments. The cuts to healthcare will be challenging to many governors at a time of increased unemployment … but not to Phil Bredesen, the governor of Tennessee who is in Washington DC preaching his strategy… Ryme Katkhouda of the dcradiocoop.org reports… ------------------------TAPE------------------------- ============================================= For more info on that, call, Families USA and speak with Brianna Webster at 202-628-3030



Letters of Love and Hope: The story of the Cuban five

Melbourne, 26.06.2005 13:21

Letters of Love and Hope: The story of the Cuban five



Bush Comes to Ft. bragg

North Carolina, 26.06.2005 09:00

Warrior in Chief in Fayetteville



Protestas cibernéticas de animalistas

santiago, 26.06.2005 08:28

FUNA CONTRA EL ISP



Cyber Activist Action June 28

Perth, 26.06.2005 08:28

ELECTRONIC SIT-IN against VSU



Oregon House Reps to call for Iraq withdrawal

Rogue Valley, 26.06.2005 08:28

"I am indeed a co-sponsor. This damn war has got to end. The memorial won't get a hearing in the House, but it's important for us to put it forward anyway"--Peter Buckley, Oregon State Representative District 5

19 co-sponsors to introduce "Homeward Bound" memorial calling for plan for military withdrawal from Iraq.

Memorial mirrors Kucinich/Jones resolution in U.S. Congress

Press Conference on Iraq House Joint Memorial 38
Monday, June 27, 2005
10:00 am
Capital Newsroom, Capital Basement
Salem, Oregon



The Port Authority Cuts Service

Pittsburgh, 26.06.2005 08:27

The Port Authority Cuts Service



Iraqi Labor leaders visit Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, 26.06.2005 08:27

Iraqi Labor leaders visit Pittsburgh



Friends Of Shotgun Joe Riot Against Police

New Orleans, 26.06.2005 08:27

Friends Of Shotgun Joe Riot Against Police



Tangipahoa sheriff's deputy implicated in church child-sex ring and charged with rape

New Orleans, 26.06.2005 08:27

Tangipahoa sheriff's deputy implicated in church child-sex ring and charged with rape



Capitalists Endanger North Louisiana Aquifer

New Orleans, 26.06.2005 08:27

Capitalists Endanger North Louisiana Aquifer



Louisiana Greens release GreenPrint: A comprehensive plan for Progressive Change in NOLA

New Orleans, 26.06.2005 08:27

Louisiana Greens release GreenPrint: A comprehensive plan for Progressive Change in NOLA



Wednesday,June 15th in Covington--A FORUM ON DEPLETED URANIUM AWARENESS

New Orleans, 26.06.2005 08:27

Wednesday,June 15th in Covington--A FORUM ON DEPLETED URANIUM AWARENESS



Save Our Wetlands Protests Shell Oil Companies Proposed LNG Plant

New Orleans, 26.06.2005 08:27

Save Our Wetlands Protests Shell Oil Companies Proposed LNG Plant



Film Premiere: Jazz Funeral for Democracy

New Orleans, 26.06.2005 08:27

Film Premiere: Jazz Funeral for Democracy



Southern Girls Convention 2005

New Orleans, 26.06.2005 08:27

Southern Girls Convention 2005



Join the NAACP &amp; March on Bourbon St Against Racism &amp; Discrimination on June 25th

New Orleans, 26.06.2005 08:27

Join the NAACP & March on Bourbon St Against Racism & Discrimination on June 25th



Pakistan Mobilizes to Keep Rape Victim Silent:

New Orleans, 26.06.2005 08:27

Pakistan Mobilizes to Keep Rape Victim Silent:



Arjantin: Gazeteciye saldırı

Istanbul, 26.06.2005 02:02

Arjantin: Rosario Indymedia'dan bir gazeteci saldırıya uğradı



UDT nee!

Netherlands, 26.06.2005 02:00

Afgelopen week presenteerde het internationale oorlogstuig hun onderwaterwapens op de Undersea Defence Techonology wapenbeurs in de RAI. Volgens de organisatoren bracht de UDT "beleidsmakers, defentiewetenschappers, technologische en aankoopspecialisten in contact met de leidende onderzee-defensieproducenten en -verkopers, in een forum dat voor 100% gewijd is aan de discussie over en het gebruik van de laatste onderzee- defensietechnologie, -produkten en -diensten". Een uitstekende" mogelijkheid dus om te "netwerken", inclusief de "eagerly anticipated UDT cocktail party".

Vier dagen lang voerden tientallen mensen actie tegen deze moordenaars in pak. Steun van de Amsterdamse politiek was er niet. Hoewel hij in maart nog beloofde er voor te zorgen dat de RAI in de toekomst wapenbeurzen zal weren, vond burgemeester Cohen deze keer dat het verbieden van wapenbeurzen in Amsterdam een zaak is van de minister van Binnenlandse Zaken. Hielp het aanmeren van het marineschip Hr. Ms. Tromp voor het net ontruimde Pakhuis Afrika een beetje bij deze hypocriete uitspraak?

Verslagen: demo | binnen | banenwinkel | waterbommen | marineschip



İskoçya: G8 sirki

Istanbul, 26.06.2005 00:37

G8 sirki İskoçya'ya geliyor!




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