UK Newswire Archive
16-08-2004 16:32New Zealand cuts diplomatic ties with Israel - $1.2 trillion missing from the Pentagon - Young American girl murdered in cold blood by Israeli soldier - Are Americans not getting these stories because the U.S. is in a perpetual news black-out?
16-08-2004 16:19the greedy criminal bourgois classs set to have more sleepless nights as the despicable poor are considered worthy of education and health care by the 'tyrant' Chavez (unfortunately such dickheads are taken seriously)
16-08-2004 16:16Book your place on the coach from Oxford to the blockade at the Clyde Naval Base, Faslane, where Britain's nuclear warheads are stored.
16-08-2004 14:24palast has the inside info...
16-08-2004 14:01Privatisation of social housing can and should be stopped. Those council tenant who have already been privatised have found themselves far worse off.
16-08-2004 13:04As journalists are expelled from areas in and around Najaf and the “official”death count of GI‘s rises to 943 (www.icasualties.org) the stage is being set for a major blood bath in one of the Muslim world’s most sacred cities. U.S. leaders are drawn, in desperation it seems, to the one source of power left available to them, military might. Even now they can not see the utter hopelessness of this path, the Iraqi nation now totally united against them. Below please find the most recent details on the war against the people of Iraq. . Please pass this news to all others. jamie
16-08-2004 12:52All depends on the Carter Center and the OAS. These groups are in frantic negotiations with the Coordinadora Democratica (opposition) right now. Rumour (I´ll confirm as soon as possible) is that Carter and Gaviria of the OAS are fighting. Carter apparently thinks that the vote ought to be accepted. Gaviria believes that some kind of "solution" should be sought in spite of the clear vote.
16-08-2004 11:10Open letter to the 'Independent' newspaper in responce to their article by Hannah Baldock that claimed early results from the referendum in venezuela indicated that Chavez was loosing...
16-08-2004 10:53Edinburgh in support of the Bolivarian Revolution of Venezuela
see video at http://homepage.mac.com/diegolucio/iMovieTheater8.html
16-08-2004 10:41With over 94% of the votes counted, more than 58 percent of the turnout voted to keep Chavez in office while 42 percent favored ousting him. Needless to say, opposition leaders rejected the results as a "gigantic fraud."
16-08-2004 09:46The people chose Chavez: the opposition failed to obtain more votes that those who wanted Chavez to stay. The "no" option obtained 4,991,483 votes representing 58.25%. The "yes" option obtained 3,576,517 votes, representing 41.74%.
16-08-2004 09:23The World Food Policy web site is a platform for discussion of Majority World Food Policy issues.
16-08-2004 09:05Puncturing another myth
16-08-2004 08:34The result of the referendum is a victory for Chavez and the bolivarian revolution: 58% voted for the NO (to the rejection of Chavez). People celebrating on the street.