UK Newswire Archive
13-09-2003 19:16spoil them a meal, nominate the biggest pig of the year, send them an email
13-09-2003 18:52I have personally long felt that Libertarianism and related beliefs have something to do with poor potty training.
13-09-2003 17:31fractured photo captions plus gallery of WTO protest images from around the world
13-09-2003 14:29Wide powers for state bodies in new 'snoopers' charter' for a total invasion and intrusion of privacy and civil liberties.
13-09-2003 13:30Video footage - which may be useful as evidence to anybody who was arrested.
13-09-2003 12:57Summary links to statements, solidarity actions and other anti-WTO protest websites
13-09-2003 12:53Summary of links to:
Letter from Corean farmer Kyong Lee, tributes, reports and pictures
13-09-2003 12:47Summary links pictures and videos from demonstrations and actions in the Anti-WTO protests in Cancun, Mexico 9 September - 15 September
13-09-2003 11:43CASPIAN, an organization opposed to RFID tagging of consumer items, was denied the right of free speech at a public convention venue. The operators of McCormick Place in Chicago denied the group the right to wear t-shirts with printed messages. Members of the public walk through the buildings regularly, and there are shops and a public train stop within the buildings.
13-09-2003 10:50As another successful DSEi took up most of the newswire this hero went largely unnoticed.
All respect to Kyung Hae Lee, 56. (knife to the heart on Sept 10 2003)
What was he highlighting? Was it just anger at the Mexican pigscum?
13-09-2003 10:24here comes the latest information about the European Education Forum which will take place simultaniously during the summit of the European education ministers from September 18-20 2003 in Berlin, Germany.
13-09-2003 09:15Santa Cruz, CA USA City Council passes motion to write letter requesting an impeachment inquiry
13-09-2003 08:35Translation needed from the Swedish IMC article believed to be about the killing of their Foreign Minister. This includes added Comments in English.
13-09-2003 08:32On 20 August, a leader of the People’s War that has been sweeping through Nepal, Chandra Prakash Gajurel, known as Comrade Gaurav, was arrested by the Indian authorities as he attempted to travel to Europe to support the battle against imperialist intervention in his country. The reactionary monarchy ruling Nepal is now preparing a demand for his extradition from India, which has repeatedly sent Nepalese revolutionaries back to the government’s dungeons.