UK Anti-militarism Newswire Archive
13-09-2005 10:02Anti-arms trade, peace and other activists are travelling form Bristol & the south west to London over the next few days to protest at & around the Excel centre in East London, location for the DSEi (Defence Systems & Equipment International) arms fair. At the same time a solidarity vigil has been called in Bristol for Wednesday 14 September, 5pm, opposite the Hippodrome, St Augustines Parade, central Bristol.
13-09-2005 08:32Thames Magistrates’ Court, Bow Road E3, 9.30 am, Wednesday 14 September: Two activists who occupied the offices of Windrush Communications – the organizer of a string of Iraq-related business conferences – will challenge the legality of privatization measures imposed on Iraq by the US and UK at their trial next Wednesday.
12-09-2005 23:27Are you sick of betting only on Nasdaq, on the price of oil, or on football games?
They need clothes, food, cooks cooking equipment, and money to provide for thousands of hungry homeless people.
Veggies has sent $100 from it's 'Samosas for Social Change' project - please help us send more.
12-09-2005 17:11Amnesty International today deplored the failure of the United Kingdom (UK) authorities to arrest Israeli army General Doron Almog when he arrived at London’s Heathrow airport yesterday, describing this as a clear violation of the UK’s obligations under both national and international law. A warrant for the general’s arrest for alleged war crimes had been issued by an English court the previous day.
12-09-2005 09:46Companies in the south-east of England involved in the exhibiting at DESi, the world’s largest weapons fair, planned for 13th-16th September, have been targeted.
12-09-2005 08:04British forces have suffered approximately one thousand casualties since the invasion of Iraq and the total is likely to keep increasing as the conflict intensifies.
12-09-2005 00:49This is the diary events for the meditators' mobilisation against the DSEi arms fair. See the website for more details...
11-09-2005 11:43Report of chemical weapons being used in Tall 'Afar
10-09-2005 22:24Mystery of Arafats death- was it natural, or an alleged murder by poison?
10-09-2005 20:44Next week, four British human rights activists will face trial for attempting to prevent the alleged criminal activity of London-based Iraq privatisation organisers Windrush Communications. The defendants have applied for disclosure of all advice given by the Attorney General to the British Government. Their defence statements will be challenging the legality of the economic reforms imposed by coalition authorities in occupied Iraq.