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Barcelona, 17.10.2007 10:08

No a la destrucció dels barris, recuperem-los!

[16oct] Raval Estan desallotjant el centre social Ruïnamalia
[16oct] Bon Pastor Volen desallotjar les cases barates!

Els dies 25 i 26 d'octubre està previst el judici a l'Audiència Provincial contra Can Vies. La demanda és a petició de l'empresa de transports TMB, empresa de la qual l'ajuntament de Barcelona en té un 51%. Aquesta és una mostra més de l'espectacle hipòcrita de la classe política que, per una banda intenta desviar l'atenció amb un pacte per l'habitatge que només afavoreix als promotors inmobiliaris i per l'altra destrueix els barris per a convertir la ciutat en un simple aparador turístic on l'especulació segueix devorant els drets de les persones amb total impunitat. Davant d'aquesta situació només les resistències autorganitzades poden fer front als atacs al territori i plantar cara a les polítiques especulístiques de l'administració.

[20oct] Dissabte, 12h. Plaça de Sants: Aturem la Demanda, Can Vies es queda.

[20oct] Dissabte, al Forat de la Vergonya, a partir de les 11h: Jornada de trobada i debat de lluites veïnals.

[27oct] Info Usurpa Celebrem els 500 números!

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Solidarity with the Urewera 17! Free them now!

Aotearoa, 17.10.2007 04:09

Five arrestees appeared in the Rotorua and Wellington District Courts today, after yesterday evening's revoking of Jamie Lockett's bail in the Auckland High Court.

In Rotorua, Tame Iti was denied bail and will reappear on October 24th. In Wellington, four arrestees were expected to have a hearing on whether or not their cases would be moved to Auckland, but no decision was reached. All four will reappear on Friday for a bail hearing.

Around 4-5 people in Auckland have been questioned by police on Tuesday and Wednesday, although none have been arrested. It is extremely important that anyone called in for questioning has a lawyer present, and makes no comment whatsoever. There is no such thing as a harmless conversation when it comes to police questioning.

Solidarity events held across Aotearoa / NZ and Australia

Melbourne, Australia - 30 people gathered outside the NZ Consulate Tuesday morning to voice their opposition to the arrests. [ Report: 1 and 2 (with photos) ]

Christchurch - Around 80 people gathered in Cathedral Square Tuesday evening to send a message of support and solidarity to the arrestees, their families and friends and the people of Tuhoe. [ Flyer ] [ 3 Short Videos ]

Sydney, Australia - Wednesday morning saw 30 people protest outside the NZ Consulate-General. [ Report ]

Wellington - 200 people attended a demonstration was held today outside the District Court before four arrestees appeared inside. Some people wore stickers stating "terrorist sympathiser". [ Report ]

Stand in solidarity!

  • Everywhere: Any letters emailed to lettersforprisoners[at]riseup[dot]net will printed out and distributed to arrestees. Obviously don't write anything that could negatively impact on you or anyone else!
  • Auckland: A solidarity group has been formed, and will meet next on Thursday. Details to come.
  • Lower Kaimai: A weekend has been organised to discuss and organise in solidarity with the arrestees [ Callout ].
  • Christchurch: A solidarity demonstration will be held in Cathedral Square at 12noon on Saturday.
  • Sydney, Australia: Public meeting & demonstration on Thursday October 25th, 5:30pm outside NZ Consulate-General, 55 Hunter St, Sydney
  • Melbourne, Australia: A solidarity demonstration will be held Saturday 27th in Federation Square, 12noon.

At this stage, donations can be made to a defence fund organised by Global Peace & Justice Auckland. Identify the donation as being for the defence fund. 38-9000-0099726-00 GLOBAL PEACE & JUSTICE AKLD.

Links: AIMC Feature 1 | AIMC Feature 2 | Remember Security Culture!

Native Community Demands Repatriation of Ancestral Remains

San Francisco Bay Area, 17.10.2007 03:38

Members of the Native community and their allies are protesting UC Berkeley's decision to dissolve an autonomous unit that handles compliance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA). Activists charge UC Berkeley and the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, which house 13,000 native ancestral remains, of not complying with NAGPRA and of failing to include Native representatives in their decision-making processes. An Oct. 5 rally protested the university's move to dissolve the NAGPRA unit and called for the repatriation of all ancestral remains.

Expanding the Frame: Gaining a global perspective on the Holy Land Foundation Case

DC, 17.10.2007 03:09

The Holy Land Foundation was the largest Islamic charity in the nation. Its trial has serious repercussions for domestic issues, such as the right to face one's accusers in court and domestic wiretapping, as well as international concerns, like Palestine and the so-called "War on Terror." Cut through the propaganda and get informed.

Georgetown-once DC's Slaving port, now the home of today's global slavemasters

DC, 17.10.2007 03:09

Before the Civil War, wealthy DC residents could go down to the docks of Georgetown to the slave auctions when they wanted some cheap labor. The slave market may be gone, but it's legacy remains. Forced and other ultra-cheap labor remains the driving force of today's corporate capitalism, providing the luxury goods now displayed in Georgetown.

Author Naomi Wolf Warns of Fascism in America.

NYC, 17.10.2007 01:38

Fascism is coming to America. This is the
overarching message of Naomi Wolf’s new book, The End
of America: A Letter of Warning To A Young Patriot.
Naomi Wolf came to the Barnes and Noble on 22nd Street
and 6th Ave. to promote this book, and she has been
promoting it for the last month. Wolf, an American
author and activist whose claim to fame was the
feminist book The Beauty Myth, argues that there are
ten definitive steps that governments take in order to
turn their society into a fascist one. These ten
steps, argues Wolf, are occurring right here in
America, under the administration of George W. Bush.

Representative Ed Towns (D-Brooklyn) urged to end war in Iraq

NYC, 17.10.2007 01:38

1200 signatures were collected and presented to Ed Towns. Afterwards, Middle East expert Stuart Schaar explained how oil was a central motive for the invasion and continued presence of U.S. troops in Iraq.

Columbia says no to racist acts on campus

NYC, 17.10.2007 01:38

Columbia students and faculty rallied against a series racist events that have recently occurred on their campus. Wearing orange, a diverse crowd of 40 people stood in front of Dodge Hall on campus and
heard speakers.

Day of Local Action against 'The Oil and Gas Bank'

United Kingdom, 16.10.2007 23:08

On 15th October, local groups which formed to mobilise for this year's Camp for Climate Action, took action against the Royal Bank of Scotland, a major backer of the aviation industry and the world's self-described ‘Oil and Gas Bank’. Over 25 protests and actions took place, with Headquaters being targetted, local branches occupied, and many banner letting the public know about the banks role in Climate crimes [Actions round up]

A Sheffield based group wrote; "RBS is helping force open the carbon frontier, financing controversial projects in Nigeria, the Caucasus and Wales. Its involvement in Angolan and Nigerian oil fields encourages corruption and conflict, while gas projects from the Arabian Gulf to the Gulf of Mexico threaten environmental destruction. The thirty oil and gas finance deals RBS signed between 2001 and 2006 locked us all into 655 million tonnes of emissions over the next 15 years, more than the UK’s entire annual emissions."

London report and photos: 1 | 2 | Manchester report and photos: 1 | 2 | Audio | Sheffield report | Norwich report and photos | Cambridge report and photos | Oxford report, photos and video | Edinburgh report and photos 1 | 2 | 3 | Bristol report and photos 1 | 2 | Aberystwyth report | photos | Cardiff report | Bath report | Bradford report | St. Andrews report.

Video: Fight the Pipe about the Wales gas pipeline part financed by RBS.

Links: Rising Tide UK | Network For Climate Action | Camp for Climate Action

Argentina: Um genocida que consagra sacramentos

Brasil, 16.10.2007 23:08


Onda de repressão prende 17 ativistas na Nova Zelândia

Brasil, 16.10.2007 23:08


Entidades convocam I Encontro Paulista pela Democratização da Comunicação e da Cultura

Brasil, 16.10.2007 23:08


A First-Hand Account of the Jena 6 Case by Terry Davis, Investigator for Mychal Bell

United States, 16.10.2007 20:37

The following is a talk given by Terry Davis, investigator with the legal defense team for Mychal Bell, one of the members of the Jena 6 on trial in Louisiana. Davis was in Jena for three weeks and was present for the historic march there on Sept. 20. She gave a talk in Champaign-Urbana on October 12, 2007 at the Urban League. I don’t think this story became world famous by accident. There’s something about it that just grabs at the heart and I think that made it big, even though there are things like what have been happening to the Jena six, unfortunately, way too much and in way too many places. read more

Journalists Need to Monitor Their Biases: If America is to ever honestly talk about race

Philadelphia, 16.10.2007 17:38

Vandana Shiva: Manifestos on the Future of Food and Seed

Boston, 16.10.2007 17:08

Environmental activist and scholar, Vandana Shiva, spoke in Boston about her most recent book "Manifestos on the Future of Food and Seed." Invited by the Center for New Words and South End Press, she talked about globalization, WTO policies, food sovereignty and the rights of people to protect ecological diversity and land, as well as positive examples on how to foster environmental social change.

Videos of Transform Columbus Day 2007

Portland, 16.10.2007 16:38

This music video was filmed by a participant of the Transform Columbus Day march in Denver. The objective of the march was to establish group unity, and they were successful in stopping a racist Columbus parade three times. 83 people were arrested

In many cities, Columbus day parades have been shelved and replaced with fun and decent italian ethnic celebrations, such as in San Francisco. While Denver was the site of the first Columbus parade nationally, a period of years went by when no parade was held. The revived parade held during the past decade is conducted very inappropriately, and repeatedly uses grotesque imagery such as groups historically reenacting the color guard of the frontier cavalry unit which cleared tribes out of Colorado, and participants have shouted ugly slurs at children in the other march. Organizers of Transform Columbus Day have repeatedly stated their request that they just change the name of this march, and bring in other heroes, and the club organizing the parade seems to dig-in-their heels and make their Columbus celebration more intense.

2004 video of Carrie Dann and marching | Russell Means Speech | Prof. Glenn Morris and Russell Means discussing the parade on a right-wing talk radio show | 2007 sitting/chanting/confrontation film | 2007 indigenous people's day group

Protest at Marine Officer Recruiting Station in Berkeley on October 17th

San Francisco Bay Area, 16.10.2007 15:08

On Wednesday October 17th, CodePINK will hold a protest at the Marine Officer Recruiting Station at 64 Shattuck Square, just south of University Ave. in Berkeley from 7:30am to 4:30pm. CodePINK, Grandmothers Against War, and allies will "banner, flyer, picket in front of the station, hand out counter-recruitment info to those in danger of being recruited, and go inside to ask the Marines to LEAVE our town!" The Officer Recruiting Station is located just blocks from Berkeley High School, UC Berkeley, and Berkeley City College.

Nowa Zelandia: 17 aktywistów aresztowano pod pretekstem walki z terroryzmem

Poland, 16.10.2007 11:09

Podczas masowych nalotów policji i jednostek antyterrorystycznych na centra aktywistyczne i domy prywatne na Wyspie Północnej w Nowej Zelandii, w których wzięło udział ponad 300 funkcjonariuszy policji, aresztowano wczoraj 17 osób. Wszystkim odmówiono wyjcia za kaucją. Przeszukano szereg posesji i centrów socjalnych w Auckland, Whakatane, Ruatoki, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington i Christchurch. Policja oposzukuje również w celu przesłuchania kolejnych 60 osób. Wszyscy zatrzymani to aktywiści związani z maoryskim ruchem Tino Rangatiratanga, ruchami pokojowymi i ekologicznymi.

Political &quot;Beer Goggles&quot;: Why Should Leftists NOT Support Ron Paul?

DC, 16.10.2007 06:09

Our New Special friend, "jamie", tries to tell us why Lefties should support Libertarian party candidate Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) for President in 2008. Perhaps it might be easier to point out why Lefties shouldn't support Ron Paul.

Of course, we'll go on the assumption that US electoral politics — especially in the Presidential arena — is a process that is actually democratic and which provides actual serious choices to voters, and isn't just a media-rigged, corporate cash-whoring, DU-mutated caricature of a 1944 USO Show complete with a reanimated Ann Sheridan whooping it up with Our Brave Boys.

At the Stormfront Forum: White Supremacists On Board for the Ron Paul "Revolution"

Stormfront Radio endorses Ron Paul

At the Daily Kos: Ron Paul Hates You

Racist Ron Paul, GOP Goon Squad to Attend Big-Shot DInner at Natl. Building Museum on Evening of Oct. 16

DC, 16.10.2007 06:09

Folks should come out and stand against Ron Paul and his supporters who are having a rally, as well as all the other right wing scum that will slither into the "Presidential Trust Dinner" at the National Building Museum on Tuesday evening, the 16th! Bring signs and banners and noisemakers and lets not only drown out the Ron Paul rally but make the $1000 a plate GOP dinner hell for those attending… "Ron Paul Hates You", at the Daily Kos.

Neuquén será sede 2008 del próximo encuentro

Argentina, 16.10.2007 04:39

Mi cuerpo es mío, tu cuerpo es tuyo


Colombia, 16.10.2007 04:08

Uribe fragua el Golpe de Estado contra la Corte Suprema

November 3rd: Iraq War Journalist Dahr Jamail at UW Kane Hall

Seattle, 16.10.2007 03:37

Since 2003, unembedded journalist Dahr Jamail has filed indispensable reports from Iraq that have made him this generation’s chronicler of the unfolding disaster there. In these collected dispatches, Jamail presents never-before published details of the siege of Fallujah, and examines the origins of the Iraqi resistance, bringing us inside the Iraq we never see.

Hear Jamail speak about the US project in Iraq and the Middle East, and how we can organize against the war.

Anti Nuclear

Perth, 16.10.2007 01:39

The next big Uranium Mining campaign?

Neuquén será sede 2008 del próximo encuentro

Argentina, 16.10.2007 01:38

Mi cuerpo es mío, tu cuerpo es tuyo

Neuquén será sede 2008 del próximo encuentro

Argentina, 16.10.2007 00:38

Mi cuerpo es mío, tu cuerpo es tuyo

Violencia Sistemática del Estado

santiago, 15.10.2007 23:09

Brutal Represión a Trabajadores(as) en Huelga

Violencia Sistemática del Estado

santiago, 15.10.2007 23:09

Brutal Represión a Trabajadores(as) en Huelga

Climate Campaigners target RBS

Scotland, 15.10.2007 22:09

Students from Edinburgh University protested outside RBS's Central Branch in Edinburgh as part of Rising Tide's national day of action against RBS's funding of oil and gas extraction.

Venice Gentrification H-Bomb --To Poor, Rainbows, Travelers and the Arts

LA, 15.10.2007 22:08

Venice Gentrification H-Bomb --To Poor, Rainbows, Travelers and the Arts

Comunicado Publico

santiago, 15.10.2007 21:09

Presos Politicos Mapuche de Angol en Huelga de Hambre

Comunicado Publico

santiago, 15.10.2007 21:09

Presos Politicos Mapuche de Angol en Huelga de Hambre

Oct 22nd: National Day of Protest Against Police Brutality

Seattle, 15.10.2007 18:08

Join with the people here in Seattle on October 22nd to show your resolution to not live under the gun of the police every day.

October 22nd is the day all over the country to say no more to Police Brutality, Repression, and the Criminalization of a Generation. From the CD in Seattle to the streets in Harlem there must be an outpouring of people resolutely saying "Enough is Enough!"

Refuse to watch as more and more lives are added to the list of thousands that have died by the hand of police and law enforcement across the country! Join in, build on, and support the National Day of Protest Against Police Brutality, Repression, and the Criminalization of a Generation.

Gather at Victor Steinbrueck Park at Western Ave and Virginia, just north of Pike Place Market

Gather: 4:30pm
Rally: 5:00pm
March: 5:45pm

The march ends at the King County Jail at 5th and James Ave.

17 activists arrested, denied bail. 300+ Police raid houses across New Zealand

Portland, 15.10.2007 16:38

In a wave of massive state repression, 300+ Police, in many cases armed, raided houses around the country today making 17 arrests. Search warrants were carried out in Auckland, Whakatane, Ruatoki, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch. Police are also seeking up to 60 people for questioning. The arrestees are all activists in the Tino Rangatiratanga, peace and environmental movements.

Case of Iraq Humanitarian Traveler Goes the the Full Federal Court

NYC, 15.10.2007 15:39

In the penultimate step before considering whether to take her case to the Supreme Court, Judith Karpova of Kerhonkson, NY, has challenged the 3-member Second Circuit Federal Court of Appeals in their August 28th ruling against her for travel to Iraq prior to the 2003 war.

[Aotearoa|New Zealand] 17 Aktivisten verhaftet, Kaution abgelehnt. +300 Polizisten im Einsatz

Switzerland, 15.10.2007 15:38

n einer Welle massiver staatlicher Repression haben mehr als 300 meist bewaffnete Polizisten, im ganzen Land Häuser überfallen und total 17 Menschen verhaftet. Durchsuchungsbefehle wurde ausgeführt in Auckland, Whakatane, Ruatoki, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch. Die Polizei suchte ebenfalls ca. 60 Personen für Befragungen. Die Verhafteten sind alles AktivistInnen der Tino Rangatiratanga, Friedens und Umweltbewegung.

Der prominente Tino Rangatiratanga Aktivist Tame Iti war unter den ersten Festgenommenen. Er wurde in seinem Haus um 4 Uhr am Montag Morgen festgenommen. Um 6 Uhr wurde das "Space Inside" anarchistische Sozialzentrum in Auckland überfallen. [ Durchsuchungsbefehl ] und das 128 Aktivisten Gemeinschaftszentrum in Wellington [ Video des Polizeiüberfalls ]. In Tuhoe Country, wurde die Stadt von Ruatoki für mehrere Stunden von bewaffneter Polizei blockiert. Keine Autos konnten passieren und viele wurden durchsucht, dabei auch ein Schulbus voller Kinder.
14 der Verhafteten wurden diesen Nachmittag zum Gerichtstermin geladen in Auckland, Rotorua und Wellington. Allen wurde die Freiheit auf Kaution verweigert. Alle bis auf 2 haben Namensunterdrückungen erhalten. Alle wurden verschiedener Vergehen, welche unter das Waffengesetz fallen, beschuldigt - angeblicher Besitz von verschiedenen Feuerwaffen und Munition. Weitere Vergehen könnten ihnen in Zukunft angelastet werden.

Links: Indymedia Aotearoa

Suma y sigue? �hasta cu�ndo?

Euskal Herria, 15.10.2007 14:38

Gran parte de la Mesa Nacional de Batasuna detenida, 17 personas encarceladas; a pocos d�as de la detenci�n y encarcelamiento de Joseba �lvarez y Oihana Agirre; a un mes de la detenci�n de Juan Mari Olano; a tres meses de la detenci�n y encarcelamiento de Arnaldo Otegi; al menos 172 personas detenidas en lo que va de a�o. Varios sumarios en manos del juez Garz�n como el 35/02 al que ha recurrido para la realizaci�n de la operaci�n policial. Varios ejercicios de "justicia" por parte del estado espa�ol como el macrojuicio 18/98 (visto para sentencia); el cierre de Egunkaria; la ilegalizaci�n de Batasuna; el caso de De Juana Chaos. Una clase pol�tica vasca o espa�ola; legal o ilegalizada que no est� a la altura. Medios de comunicaci�n que manipulan construyendo una realidad que no es tal; una sociedad polarizada en su minor�a y desmovilizada en su mayor�a, un proceso de paz desprocesado? Y m�s atentados: |1|, |2|

Mas informaci�n:
Movilizaciones: |1|, |2|
Solidaridad con batasuna: |erderaz|, |euskeraz|
Opiniones-Reacciones: |1|, |2||3|,|4|,|5|,|6|
Entrevista a Alec Reid: |Gara|, |Berria|

Stand With Students! Philadelphia Youth Mobilize For Educational Equity

Philadelphia, 15.10.2007 14:38

[Nuova Zelanda/Aotearoa] Arrestati 17 attivisti

Switzerland, 15.10.2007 14:37

Fonte Indymedia Aotearoa

Arrestati 17 attivisti, cauzione negata. Più di trecento poliziotti hanno fatto irruzione in abitazioni private in tutto il paese.

Sul'onda della massiccia repressione di stato, più di trecento poliziotti hanno fatto incursioni in abitazioni in tutto il paese, portando a termine 17 arresti. I mandati di arresto sono stati emessi in Auckland, Whakatane, Ruatoki, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch. La polizia sta ancora cercando sessanta persone da interrogare.


Athens, 15.10.2007 12:38

Ο νόμος-πλαίσιο σε εφαρμογή

HAPPENING NOW! ‘Climate refugees’ Locked-Up at the 'Oil Bank of Scotland'

Bristol, 15.10.2007 09:38

Vehicle Entrance Blocked atRoyal Bank of Scotland’s Corporate Offices at Temple Quay Vehicle Entrance Blocked at Royal Bank of Scotland’s Corporate Offices at Temple Quay A group of ‘climate refugees’ are blocking the vehicle entrance to the Royal Bank of Scotland’s Corporate Offices at Temple Quay to shine the spotlight on climate criminals RBS, the self-proclaimed ‘Oil and Gas’ Bank. Six people from Bristol Rising Tide for Climate Action dressed as homeless polar bears have locked themselves together and are currently preventing all vehicles entering the RBS branch. This is part of a National Day of Local Action against the Royal Bank of Scotland called by those hugely concerned with the devastation to the climate, planet and people. RBS-NatWest publicly promotes itself as “The Oil & Gas Bank”. They provide the financial fuel that is accelerating climate change. Without these loans to oil and gas corporations the projects would not happen. [2]It is estimate that in 2006, the bank provided over $10 billion to fossil fuels – more than five times that provided to renewable energy. RBS provide oil corporations with loans to build new massively ecologically detrimental drilling rigs, pipelines and oil tankers. And as RBS’s profits rise so does the carbon in the atmosphere. Full article. (Image: cover of People & Planet's report on RBS)| 'Climate refugees' locked up at the Oil Bank of Scotland | National Day of Local Action against Royal Bank of Scotland ( | Other Climate Related News: Cut The Carbon | Gore-wash (+comments) | Europe's Biggest Coal Mine, opening in Wales / Action needed ASAP? | Camp Hope: Taking Action to Stop Airport Expansion in Gloucestershire | 'The Oil Bank of Scotland' driving forward climate change ( |Contribute An Article | How To Contribute Articles - A Brief Guide | Add To The Calendar

17 activists arrested, denied bail. 300+ Police raid houses across the country

Aotearoa, 15.10.2007 09:09

In a wave of massive state repression, 300+ Police, in many cases armed, raided houses around the country today making 17 arrests. Search warrants were carried out in Auckland, Whakatane, Ruatoki, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch. Police are also seeking up to 60 people for questioning. The arrestees came from the Tino Rangatiratanga, peace and environmental movements.

Prominent Tino Rangatiratanga activist Tame Iti was among the first arrested at his home at 4am Monday morning. At 6am raids were carried out at A Space Inside anarchist social centre in Auckland [ Search Warrant ] and the 128 activist Community Centre in Wellington [ Video of police raid ]. In Tuhoe Country, the town of Ruatoki was blockaded by armed police for several hours, with no cars allowed in and many searched.

14 of the arrestees appeared in court hearings in Auckland, Rotorua and Wellington this afternoon and were all refused bail. All but two recieved name supression.

Stand In Solidarity!

  • Auckland: A solidarity group has been formed, and will meet next on Thursday. Details to come.
  • Christchurch: A solidarity protest will be held in Cathedral Square on Tuesday at 5pm. There will also be another demonstration on Saturday (time and location to be confirmed).
  • Melbourne, Australia: Demonstration in support of the arrestees Tuesday, 11am at the Consulate-General of New Zealand, Suite 2, North Level 3 350 Collins Street.

Links: Video interview with Annette Sykes, lawyer for Tame Iti | TV3 News video

The four Wellington arrestees (2 women and 2 men) have recieved a total of 20 charges. On Wednesday they will be back in court as the prosecution attempts to move their trial to Auckland, while they will have an opportunity to apply for bail hearing on Friday.

5 arrestees (1 woman and 4 men) in Auckland will remain in custody until Friday while a 6th, Jamie Beattie Lockett, who faces 3 charges under the Firearms Act, will have a bail hearing Tuesday morning.

An arrestee in the Hamilton District Court, charged with 6 charges, will appear in the Auckland District Court on Friday.

In Rotorua, Tame Iti, facing 8 charges, will have a bail application heard Tuesday at 3pm. A woman in the Rotorua District Court, facing 5 charges, has been remanded in custody for 2 weeks, although will be allowed to apply for bail during that time.

The Police will make a decision in the coming days/weeks as to whether they will apply to the Solicitor General to allow charges to be laid under the 2002 Terrorism Supression Act. If they do get permission, it would be the first time charges have been laid under the act. There may still be more arrests and more charges as well.

BLM Extends WOPR Comment Period to Dec. 10; Get Involved Locally

Portland, 15.10.2007 05:38

Due to public pressure, the Bureau of Land Management recently extended the public comment period for the Western Oregon Plan Revision (WOPR) to December 10, 2007. Please take a moment and submit a comment on this proposal that will open up old-growth and streamside reserves on western Oregon BLM lands to clearcutting and ramp up logging by three-fold in the region. More information about the WOPR can be found at link to

On Wednesday, October 18, the Eugene BLM will be hosting a "technical briefing" on the WOPR. It is being held from 8:00 am- 4:30 pm at the Eugene BLM office, 2890 Chad Drive in Eugene. Details about the event can be found at This is a good opportunity to learn about any issues you have related to the WOPR.

Join the Cascadia Wildlands Project and Oregon Wild for a hike to a remnant old-growth forest outside of Cottage Grove now threatened by the WOPR. This forest is literally the backyard of many landowners in the area who are outraged by the BLM proposal. We will depart Eugene at 9:30 am on Saturday, October 20 from Kinko's back parking lot (13th and Willamette St.). Please RSVP for the hike

EVENT: New Film About Venezuelan Revolution

Portland, 15.10.2007 05:38

'NO VOLVERAN', the most up to date documentary about the Venezuelan Revolution, will be playing on Saturday, Oct. 20th @ Liberty Hall at 7pm (311 N Ivy).

While giving a brief overview of recent events, the film's focus is the worker organizations that have successfully responded to the challenges of globalization and outsourcing, as well as other attacks on their living standards from profit-hungry corporations. Venezuela remains the most politically progressive country in the world, not because of Chavez, but because of the action of the people pushing the revolution forward. There are thus many lessons that US workers and activists could learn from this on-going process.

Come join us for a post-film discussion and learn how to become involved in Venezuelan solidarity work.

- PCASC (Portland Central American Solidarity Committee)

Global Capitalism, Local Impacts: Why Washingtonians should be concerned about the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank, and the global economy

DC, 15.10.2007 05:09

Media Mobilizing Project Breaking News: Stand With Students! Philadelphia Youth Mobilize For Educational Equity

Philadelphia, 15.10.2007 01:38

Police raid houses across Aotearoa under anti-terrorism legislation, at least a dozen arrests

Aotearoa, 15.10.2007 01:10

Early this morning there were simultaneous raids across the North Island, in Auckland, Whakatane, Wellington, Ruatoki, and Hamilton. Later in the morning, Police came to at least four houses in Christchurch. Around a dozen people have been arrested so far, and reports are that up to 60 are being sought for questioning. The raids were under the Suppression Of Terrorism Act and the Firearms Act. They have been targetted at people involved in the Tino Rangatiratanga, Peace and Environmental movements. This feature will be updated as more information comes to hand - please post information in the comments if you have it. Stay safe everyone! Updates 1:43pm - The people arrested in Wellington will apparently appear in court at 2:15pm, and word is that cops will be opposing bail. It is not yet known what charges have been laid. Tame Iti will face arms charges in the Rotorua District Court this afternoon.

Kolombiya: Yerli yürüyüşü

Istanbul, 15.10.2007 01:09

Kolombiya'da onbinlerce yerli harekete geçti

NO Tarcza (antimissile shield)! 14.X.2007, Old Town (Toruń)

Torun, 14.10.2007 22:37

Comenzó el XXII Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres

Argentina, 14.10.2007 19:09

¡Revolución en las camas, en las casas y en las plazas!

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