UK Newswire Archive
11-11-2003 15:58President Bush may be subjected to the humiliating sight of an effigy of himself being dragged to the ground by anti-war protesters in London's Trafalgar Square next week.
11-11-2003 15:57Short film made by people of Harehills about their community
11-11-2003 15:41"Continuing Collateral Damage: The Health and Environmental Costs of War on Iraq 2003 " concludes that between 21,700 and 55,000 people have died since the US/UK-led invasion, with the number of killed and injured continuing to rise. Among the dead, the report estimates 7,800 and 9,600 Iraqi civilians. The number of injured civilians is estimated at 20,000.
To most of us it's just another chain link fence off the road from Bath to
Chippenham, but investigative journalist Duncan Campbell believes the
underground Corsham Computer Centre houses a top-secret and top-level NATO
command post. Recent anonymous reports by contract workers who have been
deep underground say a gigantic new U.S. computer system has just been
installed. And the Ministry of Defence press office still have the cheek to
deny that there are underground facilities in Corsham. So are the U.S.
Department of Defence and our MoD hiding from Al Quaeda... or from the
public who pay their wages? Phil Chamberlain takes a peep down this and
some of their other nearby multi-billion pound rabbit holes.
11-11-2003 13:52This month In a continuation of the popular screenings at the Spitz – INDYMEDIA in collaboration with the ARGENTINA SOLIDARITY CAMPAIGN are showing four films based around the struggles that have taken place in recent times. Argentina may be economically deprived - Yet as these films show, the country is rich in human ingenuity, passion and resistance, as they unite in there struggles to overcome there recent trauma’s and search for a better way.
11-11-2003 11:20In the late 1990s a group of right wing politians and business people got together to found the Project for the New American Century. They set out to map how the United States and its corporations could profit from its sole superpower status. Amongst its plans were regime change in Iraq. When George Bush became president many of these politicians who had set up the PNAC became part of the administration - including Donald Rumsfield (Defence Secretary), Dick Cheney (Vice President) and Paul Wolfowitz (Deputy Defence Secretary).
11-11-2003 11:14Friday 14th November
a benefit night in support of the Thessaloniki Prisoners Support Campaign at the Eton Mission Social Club, 91 Eastway, Hackney Wick.
11-11-2003 06:47After an enormous mobilisation of police mechanism, the transport of the 5 hunger-strikers from the Hospital Papanjkola'oy to the Hospital of Prisons Korydaloy' began at 2 o' clock , as a result of a command by Ministry of Justice.
11-11-2003 00:56Here is a first-hand account of the meeting today in Paris to decide on the next venue for the European Social Forum 2004. I will try and send a daily report which you guys might make a feature if you have time xxxxx
11-11-2003 00:37"Don`t just sit there on your ass
Unlock that funky chaindance
Brothers, sisters shoot your best
We don`t need this fascist groove thang"
10-11-2003 23:33The U.S.-led Coalition Provisional Authority’s (CPA) failure to adhere to Iraq’s foreign ownership laws violates international laws, and could nullify contracts signed by foreign investors.
10-11-2003 23:15Cambridge based activist Mika who is working with the International Solidarity Movement in Palestine has sent us the following report...
10-11-2003 22:50Legal Team 2003 Press Release 10/11, on thirst strike (sorry, machine translation)
10-11-2003 22:09Something for you to sing as you're being knocked about by John "ID Cards" Stevens' mob in London next week.
as part of the campaign to stop George W. Bush's state visit to London.
10-11-2003 20:05Details and updates of the Thessaloniki 7 prisoners.