UK Newswire Archive
17-01-2008 16:45The second issue of Shift Magazine has just been published. It compares the politics of climate camp and no borders camp, includes an interview with the spacehijackers, and has a review of the 8 Dec. Climate March. We have posted the editorial below:
17-01-2008 16:34"All whaling activities have come to a halt," said Captain Paul Watson from onboard the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s ship Steve Irwin. No whales have been killed since January 11th.
17-01-2008 15:09Andy Worthington, author of The Guantánamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America’s Illegal Prison, tells the story of imprisoned al-Jazeera cameraman Sami al-Haj, and reproduces the text of a recently declassified letter from Guantánamo.
17-01-2008 14:18After two days being held hostage on the Yushin Maru No 2, two Sea Shepherd anti-whaling activists may be returned within the next day to the Sea Shepherd ship Steve Irwin by the authorisation of the Australian Government to use the Customs and Fisheries patrol vessel Oceanic Viking as an intermediary.
17-01-2008 13:22Sign-up to an new discussion forum on Iran
17-01-2008 05:52More Social Centres Wanted Now !!!
You might have seen or heard of BK's new "whopper freakout" ad campaign... but now it's time to turn the tables and show that the only thing to "freakout" about at Burger King is the human rights crisis in Florida's tomato fields.
17-01-2008 04:18The SPLM and other South Sudanese are set to establish a peace and sensitization project in the west. Vice President of Darfur Rehabilitation Project, Yahya Osman, and writer Kola Boof are to head the SSPP in America.
16-01-2008 23:34"Using hostages to make demands is the hallmark of terrorism and Sea Shepherd has no interest in negotiating with terrorist groups," said Captain Paul Watson. "The hostages must be released unconditionally."
16-01-2008 23:33As we were organising for the January 11th. international solidarity events with the NVDA in D.C. to close down Gutatanamo, I renewed contact with Peter McGregor in Newcastle, Australia.
His compañeros and compañeras decided not to leave the body in the hands of the police and they carry him away with them.....
From this corner of europe we want to sand a strong hug to the family and his friends.
And our most deep admiration for Matias, a Mapuche fighter who gave his life for the rights of his people.
Shepherd crew members taken hostage on 15 January by the Japanese
For updates, see www.seashepherd.org
16-01-2008 20:58A couple of local residents organised an anti Heathrow expansion meeting in Chiswick last night.