UK Newswire Archive
29-07-2001 17:55Taken from The Observer.
Proof that NMD is just the tip of the not very defensive and rather offensive "Son of Star Wars" iceberg.
29-07-2001 17:34summer gathering - the place to discuss and share skills and ideas for ecological direct action.
29-07-2001 17:32Police in Belgium have arrested a Rwandan man carrying a French passport who is wanted on charges of taking part in the Rwandan genocide seven years ago.
29-07-2001 16:59Request for volunteers to organize October 20-21 Mobilization in Genoa
29-07-2001 16:55if any of you has a good knowledge of italian and a better command of english than I have, please do all of us a favour, download this book and translate it for us.
29-07-2001 16:13When the police decided to follow the Wombles after their anti-G8 demonstration on Saturday, I decided to follow the police. Here's what happened.
29-07-2001 15:45Genoa. Gothenburg, Nice, now Brighton. Should direct action be used to blockade the opening of Labour Party Conference?
29-07-2001 14:42This letter from an Indian writer appeared in the Guardian letters page on 25 July.
29-07-2001 14:38Most of the latest news is going on Indy media Italy
We have all the articles from the UK sunday papers expect the
Sunday Torygraf. the article by,Kevin Myers will be seen as offensive to anyone who was in Genova and their relatives.
29-07-2001 14:23Between The Lines' Melinda Tuhus spoke with GAIA's founder and president, Bill Rankin, about his organization's work and the challenges posed by cultural and social discrimination against women(A RealAudio Version of this interview may be found At http://www.btlonline.org).
29-07-2001 14:01Has anyone read The Observer today? It's absolutely PACKED with anticapitalist stuff! (relatively speaking).
In particular it's got a two page spread on police brutality in Genoa and it has compiled a file which it has passed on to the Foreign office who haven't bothered to interview any of the victims yet. So good for them :-)
29-07-2001 13:45Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Alex Veitch, of the Sierra Club, who examines the strengths and weaknesses of the accord and the effect U.S. rejection will have on reaching Kyoto's goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions(A RealAudio Version of this interview may be found At http://www.btlonline.org).
29-07-2001 13:39This is a letter from our 'least unfavourite' mainstream newspaper. What does everyone think?
It seems to me that small businesses, as long as they abide by certain rules and regulations are alright.
29-07-2001 11:36Language of marginalisation: The mainstream media coverage on police suffering trauma in riots while putting out photographs of 14 Bradforders and the police violence in Italy is creepy!
29-07-2001 08:44A web page (new location) dedicated to Carlo Giuliani who died in Genoa on 20 July 2001.
29-07-2001 01:36Canadian Ministry of Agriculture colludes with Novartis to pollute Canadian wheat. The location of test plots for genetically modified wheat on Prince Edward Island has been kept so secret that even the provincial agriculture minister has been kept in the dark.
29-07-2001 00:20publication of photos of 'ringleaders' of bradford riots leads to 4 people surrendering to police custody
28-07-2001 22:24Account of police raid on GSF, detention, brutality,and final release without charge