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Should the Irish be Trusting the Brits?

DC, 19.11.2005 07:08

The Irish people want peace, with justice, in the Brit-occupied Six Counties of N. Ireland. This is why, in 1998, they voted for the “Good Friday Agreement” (GFA), a formula for power sharing. At an Irish peace forum on 11/18/05, at Georgetown U., panelists debated the GFA. They all seem to agree the now-suspended Six County “Assembly,” had to be restored in order to make any additional progress. However, many other issues, like building trust, remain.



Nuclear Waste Transport In Germany

United Kingdom, 19.11.2005 07:07

This weekend another transport with 12 containers of radioactive waste is going to the small town Gorleben in the Wendland region, an area well known for 20 years of resistance against nuclear technology. The transport is scheduled to leave the plutonium plant La Hague (France) on Saturday 19, arriving in Gorleben approximately Monday night. Police announced to send at least 11.000 police forces both local and federal police into the region

After the death of one activists during the protests last year, both police and activists expect a more heated up atmosphere this time. As in the years before, there were direct actions against the nuclear in the weeks before the expected transport. In october the accomodation of police troups, more than 100 containers, completely burned down causing a damage of more than 3 million euros. It was the most militant act against the transports since activists burned down a whole railway bridge on the way to Gorleben in autumn 2001. This week anti nuke activists also destroyed the contact wire of railways in northern germany by using anchors. Police say they’ve prevented an attempt to undermine a road with water (en) two days ago.

November 18: 600 pupils demonstrated (en) in Lüchow throwing a "rain of eggs" (police) at police forces, leaving -according to police sources - 3 policemen injured. Police forces tried to clear the demonstration later injuring several pupils.

village of resistance metzingen (de) Indymedia (en): one | two | three



A Letter to America

Maine, 19.11.2005 04:07

A Letter to America America, your un-elected demon leader is using your name to attempt falsely imprisoning me here in Canada through the tyranny of his blatant fascistic �top secret� behavior.



Kirsten Anderberg's Selfish Hate-Fest Against Cindy Sheehan

Maine, 19.11.2005 04:07

With friends like Anderberg, who needs enemies?



Anibal Verón

Argentina, 19.11.2005 03:38

Martes 15 de Noviembre 2005 | SALTA: OTRO CRIMEN IMPUNE
A cinco años del asesinato de Anibal Verón



Norman City-Wide Peace Rally

Oklahoma, 19.11.2005 03:37

protest announcement Join together! 4-6 pm, Saturday Nov 19 On three corners: Robinson & Porter Main & Flood Asp & Boyd Make your voice heard!



UCSC students fight for sweatshop free apparel

Santa Cruz, CA, 19.11.2005 02:08

On Tuesday, November 15, students involved with the New Sweat Free Campus Campaign at the University of California Santa Cruz posted clothing with anti-sweatshop messages around campus. Their efforts were part of a national day of action aimed at increasing awareness about the use of sweatshop labor to produce collegiate apparel.

The campaign, spearheaded by United Students Against Sweatshops, is demanding that university administrators back up their Codes of Conduct with an actual program of enforcement, the Designated Suppliers Program. These Codes of Conduct are official documents requiring that all university licensees have their goods made in factories that are not operated under sweat-shop conditions.

Currently, while Presidents and Chancellors across the country are meeting with students and expressing interest in adopting this program, Chancellor Denton continues to stall meeting with UCSC students and refuses to take a stand on the issue.

UCSC students and workers will continue to make sure that this campaign is at the forefront of campus issues and will not tire until the university makes a concrete commitment to guaranteeing that our clothing and uniforms are not produced in sweatshops.

previous coverage: Students and Workers Demand a Sweat-Free UC || Creative Activism Raises Issues at Denton's Investiture



Basic legal info for Sat fur demo PLDN

Portland, 19.11.2005 02:08

I sat down with a Lawyer from The NorthWest Constitutional Rights Center this afternoon and we reviewed tapes of a recent fur protest. I have asked the Attorney to inform people as to the law on a couple of issues using this post. He will post comments here and also take questions. The NWCRC has reviewed the tapes and has these comments about the statutes invoked by the officers:

City of Portland Code, Section 14A.30.020 - Unlawful Operation of Sound Producing Equipment. A. It is unlawful to operate or use or permit the use of any sound producing equipment:
1. Between the hours of 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. so as to be plainly audible within any dwelling unit which is not the source of the sound; or
2. While on public property so as to be plainly audible 100 feet or more from the device.
B. Sound producing equipment includes but is not limited to any radio, television set, musical instrument, phonograph, loud speaker, bell or chime.

---- This implicitly says that you may use a bullhorn or other sound amplification system if the sound is not plainly audible 100 feet from the speaker. It would be wise to have members of the crowd observe from slightly less than 100 feet away (measure it) to make sure the police do not have any grounds to cite people under this ordinance. Read More | Fur is Dead | Report back from last and date for next fur protest | NorthWest Constitutional Rights Center (NWCRC) ]



Thousands to Rally to Demand - Closure of Controversial US Army Training School this Weeke

Cleveland, 19.11.2005 00:37

Thousands to Rally to Demand - Closure of Controversial US Army Training School this Weeke



SOA Watch - Mass Convergence at Ft. Benning, Georgia

Cleveland, 19.11.2005 00:37

Thousands to Rally to Demand - Closure of Controversial US Army Training School this Weekend



Inexplicable fallo

Argentina, 19.11.2005 00:08

Jueves 17 de noviembre de 2005 |Inexplicable fallo de la justicia cordobesa
La vida de una mujer no vale nada



the world turned up side down

Maine, 19.11.2005 00:07

History repeats it self



elecciones 2005

Argentina, 18.11.2005 22:37

Viernes 18 de Noviembre de 2005 | A UNA SEMANA DE LOS SUFRAGIOS
Elecciones universitarias 2005



Visit Equality Florida's New Web Site &amp; statewide meetup schedules

Miami, 18.11.2005 22:07

Visit Equality Florida's New Web Site & statewide meetup schedules



Thousands to Rally to Demand - Closure of Controversial US Army Training School

Miami, 18.11.2005 22:07

Thousands to Rally to Demand - Closure of Controversial US Army Training School



Five St. Louis Protesters Arrested Outside Aero Contractors Ltd

Saint Louis, 18.11.2005 21:37

On Friday, November 18, a group of peace activists from St. Louis, North Carolina, and Chicago entered the property and Aero Contractors near Smithfield, NC, to deliver an indictment of their illegal activities. The indictment accuses Aero of providing planes and pilots for the CIA's program of extraordinary rendition that flies terror suspects to locations where they will likely be tortured.

Read more details at the Stop Torture Now website here.



On Indymedia: Student film with sd indymedia

San Diego, 18.11.2005 20:08

On Indymedia is a short video essay with documentation from various rallies and manifestations and interviews on the essentials of Indy Media. It was produced by Jason Moore, a student at UCSD. The video features interviews with members of San Diego Indymedia, Bologna Indymedia and radioActive sanDiego.

The video includes scenes from "Mandate?" by Indymedia Video and the Glassbead Collective, "Remember the Dead, Fight for the Living" by San Diego Indymedia and other footage from San Diego demonstrations.

click here to watch the video



Thousands to Rally to Demand - Closure of Controversial US Army Training School

Maine, 18.11.2005 20:07

Mass Convergence at Fort Benning, Georgia November 19-20 to Close School of the Americas



Weltgipfel zur Informationsgesellschaft II

Germany, 18.11.2005 19:37

Der zweite Teil des World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) findet vom 16.-18. November Tunis, Tunisien, statt. Im Dezember 2003 wurde der erste Teil des UN-Gipfels in der Schweiz abgehalten, während gleichzeitig Menschen aus aller Welt zusammenkamen um mit Aktionen und Veranstaltungen unter dem Slogan 'WSIS - we seize' in Genf zu protestieren.
Die Wahl des Ortes für den zweiten Teil von WSIS - Tunis - zeigt wie verlogen der sogenannte Weltgipfel ist: Während Tunesien einerseits wirtschaftlich zu den Staaten des Nordens aufschliesst ist es andererseits weit davon entfernt was Informationsfreiheit angeht (Bericht (en)).

Vor und während des Gipfels zur Informationsgesellschaft (WSIS) kam es in Tunesien bereits zu zahlreichen Übergriffen gegen Journalisten und Menschenrechtsorganisationen durch tunesische Behörden. Jetzt wurde die Einreise von Robert Menard, Leiter von Reporter ohne Grenzen von den Behörden verhindert: Besuch unerwünscht

worldsummit2005.de | WSIS Blog



Not Your Soldier Day at Cal State East Bay

San Francisco Bay Area, 18.11.2005 19:07

The National Youth and Student Peace Coalition initiated Not Your Solider Day, which was observed on November 17th around the country on college and high school campuses. It was a day taken to counter-recruit students and show them what really happens when you enlist in the military. The day also helps to show alternatives to going into the military and gives information on how to resist a draft.

A table for Not Your Soldier Day was held at the Hayward Campus of Cal State East Bay by Alliance for Social Justice. Overall, the organizers felt that the event was a success, and they hope to do more anti-war and anti-military recruitment activities on the Cal State East Bay campus. Photos

Read More On Indybay's Anti-War Page



Higher Expectations Week Demands Better from Wal-Mart

San Francisco Bay Area, 18.11.2005 19:07

On Saturday, November 19th at 12 Noon, there will be a protest outside the Oakland Wal-Mart at 8400 Edgewater Drive, Oakland (near the Oakland Airport). Organizers plan to educate Wal-Mart shoppers and fight for health care, fair labor practices, and local and independent businesses-- all of which are endangered by Wal-Mart's expansion. Read more

November 13th through 19th is "Higher Expectations Week," with events planned in over 1200 locations to hold Wal-Mart accountable for its negative impacts on communities. A major complaint that many people have is that Wal-Mart's growth has been thus far nearly unchecked. A leaked internal document recently detailed the company's plans to open or expand 484 stores next year alone. The document lists 100 more expansion sites than Wal-Mart had previously disclosed. Another recently-leaked memo reveals the disregard with which Wal-Mart's executives view their more than 1.3 million employees in the U.S. It confirms facts that Wal-Mart has long denied, including that 46% of the children of Wal-Mart's U.S. employees are uninsured or on Medicaid. This memo lays out plans to remedy Wal-Mart's healthcare crisis, the memo lays out plans to cut spousal benefits, hire more part-time employees and encourage faster turnover, and discourage older and unhealthy people from working at Wal-Mart by requiring more jobs to require physically challenging tasks. Read more

Read More On Indybay's Globalization Page



solar Heated homes ~ saving Money &amp; energy Intelligently

Maine, 18.11.2005 18:07

Review of Sustainable Technologies for Renewable Energy, Eliminating Waste, Recycling and for Real economic Progress. Many Links to sustainable technology, Recycling, organic gardening-farming, renewable energy, Permaculture and disaster relief web sites.



Oxygen Collective &amp; Southern Oregon Gulf Coast Relief Network Announce Plans to Travel to New Orleans for Hurricane Relief

Rogue Valley, 18.11.2005 17:39

Ashland, OR - The Oxygen Collective, an Ashland, OR-based non-profit organization, and the newly formed Southern Oregon Gulf Coast Relief Network today announced plans to travel to New Orleans in early December. Members of both groups intend to support the ongoing grassroots hurricane relief efforts coordinated by Common Ground. Common Ground is a community-run organization offering assistance, mutual aid and support to the New Orleans communities that have been historically neglected and under served.



17 ΝΟΕΜΒΡΗ 2005: Χιλιάδες στους δρόμους παρά την καταιγίδα και την καταστολή

Athens, 18.11.2005 17:37

Παρά το κλίμα τρομολαγνείας που είχε δημιουργηθεί και τους 7.000 αστυνομικούς που είχαν αναπτυχθεί στην Αθήνα, παρά την καταρρακτώδη βροχή, περισσότεροι από 15.000 διαδηλωτές κατέβηκαν χθες σε πορεία στο κέντρο της Αθήνας. Αντίστοιχες πορείες έγιναν στη θεσσαλονίκη και την Πάτρα.

Μια ανταπόκριση από την πορεία και φωτό // Η πορεία του αναρχικού μπλοκ - και εδώ // Σύλληψη από ασφαλίτες // Ανταποκρίσεις από Θεσσαλονίκη // καταστροφή κάμερας παρακολούθησης στη Θεσσαλονίκη - και εδώ// Πάτρα // Κομοτηνή // και Σάμος



Hundreds of Animals Seized from Slaughterhouse, Volunteers NEEDED

Portland, 18.11.2005 16:38

Animal Acres, a Los Angeles area farmed animal sanctuary, is providing emergency rescue care for hundreds of animals seized by humane officers from a California slaughterhouse. The animals were being warehoused in nightmarish conditions. Animal Acres rescuers who assisted humane officers described the grisly scene... The situation is critical. Animal Acres volunteers are working 14 hours a day to provide medical care for sick and injured animals and to feed, water and clean the animals. Several of the sheep could not walk and had to be carried to safety. Over 50 sheep are sick or injured and require daily veterinary treatments. Many of the animals are covered in manure and urine, and need extensive grooming. Others are severely emmaciated and are extremely weak from malnourishment and dehydration.

Emergency caregivers are needed from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily to help clean barns and treatment areas, assist with health care and grooming, feeding and watering the animals, driving animals to veterinarians, photographing animals and other tasks. Due to this emergency, we do not have time to call back individuals who can help ? we are requesting you leave a message on our voxmail or send an email with the dates and times you will be coming to the sanctuary to help. Please call: 661-269-0986 or email us info@animalacres.org

Contributions are urgently needed to fund this massive rescue. We are spending approximately $150 PER DAY for feed, bedding, and veterinary supplies. Several of the sheep will also require intensive veterinary treatments and surgery to save them. The veterinary costs alone will exceed $5,000 or more. The rescue effort will cost at least $25,000 ? we simply can't do it without you. To make a donation online, please click here or mail your emergency care donation to: Animal Acres, 5200 Escondido Canyon Road, Acton, CA 93510. [ Read More ] [ Animal Acres ]



&quot;Se a passagem aumentar, o Recife vai parar&quot;

Brasil, 18.11.2005 16:38

TRANSPORTES



Peaceful Land Occupations Violently Attacked by Colombian State Forces

United Kingdom, 18.11.2005 16:38

Project "Freedom for Mother Earth" was started this year on October 12th, when indigenous communities occupied idle farms in Cauca, southwest Colombia, accusing the far-right government of breaking promises to provide them with land. The State responded by refusing to negotiate until they leave and for over a week now have been attacking the occupied El Japio farm with hundreds of troops and at least ten tanks. 16 year-old Belisario Camallo Guetoto was killed on November 10th and many more have been wounded and arrested. Solidarity emails have been called for to help prevent further violent attacks.

12th October is traditionally celebrated in Colombia as "Columbus Day," but has been renamed "Day of Indigenous Resistance" by social movements across the continent. This year there were massive mobilisations across the country against President Uribe and his proposed "Free Trade" agreements, and solidarity actions also happened internationally, including a picket in London. Naomi Klein recently wrote about the Cauca indigenous communities (who reject both sides of Colombia's long-running civil war), describing the land occupations and how they are protected by the Indigenous Guard, who "patrol their territory armed only with sticks."

Updated info (in Spanish) | Colombian Embassy contact info



17 ΝΟΕΜΒΡΗ 2005

Athens, 18.11.2005 16:37

Χιλιάδες στους δρόμους παρά την καταιγίδα και την καταστολή

Παρά το κλίμα τρομολαγνείας που είχε δημιουργηθεί και τους 7.000 μπάτσους που είχαν αναπτυχθεί στην Αθήνα, παρά την καταρρακτώδη βροχή, περισσότεροι από 15.000 διαδηλωτές κατέβηκαν χθες σε πορεία στο κέντρο της Αθήνας. Αντίστοιχες πορείες έγιναν στη θεσσαλονίκη, στην Πάτρα, στην Κομοτηνή και Σάμο.

Μια ανταπόκριση από την πορεία και φωτό // Η πορεία του αναρχικού μπλοκ - και εδώ // Σύλληψη από ασφαλίτες // Ανταποκρίσεις από Θεσσαλονίκη // καταστροφή κάμερας παρακολούθησης στη Θεσσαλονίκη - και εδώ//



Top Professor Demolishes Bristol Airport's Claims About Being Good For Economy

Bristol, 18.11.2005 14:37

Massive Expansion = Climate Change Impact = More Oil Use = Oil Wars Massive Expansion = Climate Change Impact = More Oil Use = Oil Wars Stop Bristol Airport Expansion Coalition writes; The Council to Protect Rural England (CPRE) have commissioned a report on the economic impact of Bristol International Airport. Written by Professor John Whitelegg, a world authority on sustainable transport, it dispels the myth that airport expansion is good for the economy. The airport is running a period of public consultation about its expasnion plans until the 12th of December. If you would like to support the Bristol Friends of the Earth campaign to stop the airport expansion plans, there are a number of things you can do. Full article | Report demolishes Bristol Airport's claims to be good for the economy | www.nobristolairportexpansion.co.uk | Climate Change and Transport in the South West | The Campaign against Climate Change in Bristol | Oil Wars: EYE WITNESS FROM FALLUJAH SPEAKS IN BRISTOL – THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24TH | Oil Wars: The Iraq War Comes Home |



Denúncias de chacinas chegam à OEA

Brasil, 18.11.2005 14:08

HAITI



Council Cuts: Central Library Closed

Bristol, 18.11.2005 14:07

Closed: 1pm on Thursady 17th November - more to come... Closed: 1pm on Thursady 17th November - more to come... Library Lover writes; Bristol Central Library was closed from 1pm on Thursady 17th November. Book lovers in Bristol looked in dismay at the shut gates as they clutched their returns. The poster on the gate read Closed form 1pm on Thursdays...due to budget pressure. Book Lover a libray user went to the council office to ask what to do about her over due book and if their was anything she could do to help the council provide enough budget for people to actually use the library. The person at the reception told her it was not the councils responsability it was the library department who controlled the budget and the staff shortages. The confused book lover thinks that the library is the responsability of the council. Later a librarian came out and told disgruntled library lovers that next week the library would be closed from 5pm instead of from 1pm and the closures would be happening until the new year. Full Article. | Library Lover returns books to Council House | Library news (on www.bristol-city.gov.uk) | Related News on Cuts: Video Letter to Tony Blair by the users of the Lockleaze Day Centre, Bristol |



BTL:Mother of Slain U.S. Soldier Describes Her Grief and Opposition to Iraq War

Maine, 18.11.2005 14:07

Interview with Dolores Kesterson, mother of Army chief warrant officer Erik Kesterson killed in Iraq Nov. 15, 2003, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris



Rugby Union and the dismantling of apartheid in South Africa

Melbourne, 18.11.2005 13:38

Review - Political Football



Tomas de tierras

Argentina, 18.11.2005 09:38

Viernes 18 de Octubre de 2005| CRISIS HABITACIONAL EN BUENOS AIRES
Ocupaciones por vivienda digna



Tomas de tierras

Argentina, 18.11.2005 09:38

Viernes 18 de Octubre de 2005| CRISIS HABITACIONAL EN BUENOS AIRES
Ocupaciones por vivienda digna



2005 Northwest Job Gap Study

Rogue Valley, 18.11.2005 08:38

Cost of Living Outpaces Creation of Living Wage Jobs:
Wal-mart's Push for New Superstore Threatens to Lower Wage Standards

The 2005 Northwest Job Gap Study has just been released and can be found here:  http://www.nwfco.org/job_gap.htm

Northwest Federation of Community Organizations  http://www.nwfco.org

Oregon Action's web page  http://www.oregonaction.org/



Lewiston�s Visible Community Protests the Demolition of More Homes

Maine, 18.11.2005 08:07



Short about Fullujah (Graphic footage-please view with respect)

Miami, 18.11.2005 08:07

Short about Fullujah (Graphic footage-please view with respect)



NO, Virginia! Minimum Wage is NOT Enough to Live On

Richmond, 18.11.2005 07:08

Virginia's minimum wage is the same as the federal minimum wage and it's been that way as long as anyone can remember. Why change now? What's the rush? If you'd seen the Virginia Alliance for Worker Justice event at Second Presbyterian Church, on Thursday night, you'd know how hot an issue poverty wages can be. And you'd have heard every reason imaginable for raising the floor of income. And you'd understand why Virginia is way overdue in doing right by its low wage workers.



test

Miami, 18.11.2005 07:07

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Not Your Soldier Day at Cal State East Bay

San Francisco Bay Area, 18.11.2005 06:37

The National Youth and Student Peace Coalition initiated Not Your Solider Day, which was observed on November 17th around the country on college and high school campuses. It was a day taken to counter-recruit students and show them what really happens when you enlist in the military. The day also helps to show alternatives to going into the military and gives information on how to resist a draft.

A table for Not Your Soldier Day was held at the Hayward Campus of Cal State East Bay by Alliance for Social Justice, a socio-political activist organization on campus, from 12-2pm in front of the University Union. The table featured pamphlets, buttons, comic books, fliers, and a collage display. Many of the materials had been donated by the American Friends Service Committee and The Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors. The information provided was to help students make a more informed decision when considering enlisting in the U.S. military, to provide alternatives to enlistment, and to promote peace and justice work instead.

Two students stuck out in the minds of the table staff. One was a recent Iraq vet who said the Iraq war changed her life. She dropped her military career and is now pursuing school. She said she really came to believe that, “The only liberated Iraqi was a dead Iraqi.” The other student was crying as she came up to a protester as he laid on the ground. She explained that her husband was in Iraq and she found Gregg's act distasteful. The tablers explained to her that they were trying to make a statement and that although it was offensive to some, so was the Iraq war itself. Overall, the organizers felt that the event was a success, and they hope to do more anti-war and anti-military recruitment activities on the Cal State East Bay campus. Photos



Transgender Day of Remembrance, Sunday Nov. 20th

LA, 18.11.2005 06:08

Transgender Day of Remembrance, Sunday Nov. 20th



Saturday's San Quentin Protest to Include Snoop Dogg

San Francisco Bay Area, 18.11.2005 06:07

Death Penalty Focus called for November 14th through 21st to be a Stanley Tookie Williams "Teach-In Week" for teachers, youth organizers, and youth ministries. Cindy Sheehan, Peter Camejo, Barbara Becnel and Todd Chretien will speak at an event called Turning the Tide Against the War in Iraq and at Home, at 7pm on Friday, September 18th at UC Berkeley, in the Valley Life Sciences Building, Rm#2050. A Save the Peacemaker Rally with Snoop Dogg will be held on Saturday, November 19th from 10am to 12pm at San Quentin in Marin.

Stanley "Tookie" Williams has been sentenced by the state to die on Tuesday, December 13th at San Quentin State Prison. He has been nominated several times for Nobel Prizes in Peace & Literature -- for his anti-violence, anti-gang work and nearly a dozen intervention books about gang life. The film "Redemption" stars Jamie Foxx as Mr. Williams. Supporters of Williams are asking people to write letters to the governor to request that he grant clemency and save Stanley "Tookie" Williams' life. "Stop the Execution" PSA and Statement from Tookie

Wednesday, November 30th will be "Cities Against the Death Penalty and Global Day of Action" in which over 100 cities will illuminate a symbolic monument as a demonstration of their opposition to the death penalty. More upcoming anti-death penalty events will include a December 4th screening of "Redemption: The Stan Tookie Williams Story" hosted by Danny Glover at the Victoria Theater in San Francisco. Free Radio Santa Cruz Interview with Williams Advocate Barbara Becnel

Read more on Indybay's Police and Prisons News Page



PhillyIMC Party Celebrating Wal-Mart Week of Action

Philadelphia, 18.11.2005 05:39

Come out on Saturday, November 19th for a party to celebrate independent media and the Wal-Mart Week of Action. Doors open at 9pm at the Ruba Club, 414 Green Street (one block north of spring garden).




Groups Say Federal Officials Failing to Monitor, Warn Citizens of Serious Health Risk

New Orleans, 18.11.2005 05:11

Groups Say Federal Officials Failing to Monitor, Warn Citizens of Serious Health Risk



Update From Families and Friends of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children (repost)

New Orleans, 18.11.2005 05:11

Update From Families and Friends of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children (repost)



A few things for you to take action with this week!

Miami, 18.11.2005 05:10

A few things for you to take action with this week!



Kolombiya: Yerlilere saldırı

Istanbul, 18.11.2005 04:38

Kolombiya: Ordu zırhlı araçlarla barışçı yerli topluluklarına saldırıyor



Benefit Concert to Help Save the South Central Farm

LA, 18.11.2005 04:08

Benefit Concert to Help Save the South Central Farm



Etyopya: Seçimler ve şiddet

Istanbul, 18.11.2005 03:38

Etyopya'dan yardım çığlığı




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