UK Newswire Archive
26-07-2005 17:50The AWTWNS packet for the week of 25 July 2005 contains two articles, all in this file. They may be reproduced or used in any way, in whole or in part, as long as they are credited. For the AWTW news service, go to http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/AWorldToWinNewsService/
• A shot in the head: Blair answers terrorism with promises of more killing abroad and at home
• UK: More repression in the name of “security”
26-07-2005 17:42STW Lobby of Downing Street Thursday 28th July
26-07-2005 16:54Lock-on blockade at Karahnjukar. Icelandic police tell drivers to start machinery risking protestors' lives.
26-07-2005 16:13Demonstration against state terrorism/police repression
& solidarity with those subject to all forms of state repression
26-07-2005 15:43A demonstration has been organised to protest against the state's latest shoot-to-kill policy which resulted in an innocent man being shot to death on a train last Friday by terror police.
26-07-2005 15:20The Committee to Protect Journalists has spoken out against the Burundian authorities' continued harassment of Radio Publique Africain, one of the few independent radio stations in the country.
26-07-2005 14:44SECURITY GUARDS AND POLICE PUT ACTIVISTS' LIVES AT RISK AT ICELANDIC DAM BLOCKADE
Police and security guards at the Karahnjukar Dam construction site in Iceland, last night ordered the bulldozers drivers to start their engines and move off, despite there being more than 25 people locked on to the underside of their vehicles.
“It was terrifying, if someone hadn't jumped up on the front of the truck and pulled out the fuel line then I think people may have been killed last night” said one of the protesters from the UK.
26-07-2005 14:38Police gun down worker in London subway: another tragic consequence of Blair’s war policy
26-07-2005 13:36"These so-called reforms agree: the weakest have to bear the burdens while gifts are showered above.. Every person has a right to share in the cultural advances because he or she exists. This means creating fair conditions for developing countries and ending exploitation.."
26-07-2005 12:15How will the USA space program advance from todays mission?
On Saturday 2nd July 2005, CRAP (Capitalism Represents Acceptable Policy), the world's fiercest, most disiplined and doggedly persistant capitalism advocacy group, marched on the streets of Edinburgh, in defiance of various anarchist, leftist, progressive and churchy/do-goody/reformist organisations and successfully sabotaged their vague and pathetic attempt to make the world fairer, more sustainable and as the slogan goes 'make poverty history'.
26-07-2005 12:06UK Police chiefs have asked the government to allow them to attack terrorist web sites.
26-07-2005 11:03Protesters preventing the Karahnjukar dam project in the Icelandic highlands from going ahead have reported that over night things got very heavy.
26-07-2005 08:49A brief report on the vigil and spontaneous protest that took place last night (Monday 25th July) at Stockwell.
26-07-2005 00:50Exclusive interview with gay activists in Iran on situation of gays, recent executions of gay teens and the future
MAHA, Iran to all GLBT groups and individuals: “Thank you for your hard work and International engagement” Project GayRussia.Ru continues its investigation into the violent executions in Iran