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Where is my Private Life?

15-02-2008 08:28

Questioning what the law regards as "Private Life" to which we are supposedly entitled under the Human Rights Act

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The end of a sentence for me at CDG.

14-02-2008 22:25

this is a log of what happened at CDG for me

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Careers Development Group – Revelations

14-02-2008 22:14

The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. This is EVERYTHING CDG does not want you to know and disregards as lies. Today I blow the lid on a pack of lies told by CDG itself.

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Unofficial "Memories" of Colombia's Armed Conflict

14-02-2008 16:41

el baile rojo
London Branch 19th February, 7.30pm.

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Total's Gain Burma's Pain in French Total Oil's 4Q Results

14-02-2008 04:14

Whilst Total announced that its fourth-quarter profits had risen 62 per cent to 5.23 billion US dollars exploiting high oil prices, eighteen protesters at Total's London HQ on February 13th, announced the real results of Total's exploitation of the oppressed Burmese in Totalitarian Burma.

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Don't leave Burma to Rambo

14-02-2008 03:47

Rambo is just a fantasy hero, but the violence and villains depicted in the latest Rambo movie are a reality in Burma. At the UK premiere of Rambo, the pro-democracy Burmese community thanked Sylvester Stallone for helping to raise awareness of the genocide and atrocities of the Burmese military junta.

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Athens: Police surveillance camera deactivated

13-02-2008 22:41

This is how we do it!

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Gypsies in Turkey: Int'l voice raised for Sulukule (EveryOne Group)

13-02-2008 22:02


Since November 2007, when Istanbul began its large-scale project of urban transformation, Sulukule, old and legendary neighborhood of Istanbul famous for its Roma population, has received its share of attention. Moving the Roma community to a new district is being advocated by an Italy-based social activist association.

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Women To Widdecombe: "Get Your Rosaries Off Our Ovaries"

13-02-2008 18:55

A group of about sixty protesters - three quarters of whom were female - showed up at the Liner Hotel in Liverpool City Centre last night, to show their anger at Ann Widdecombe's anti-abortion 'Passion For Life' tour.

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We Own The Streets - Campaign for Free Assembly meeting 16th February

13-02-2008 17:31

Campaign for Free Assembly public meeting
Saturday 16th February 2pm-4pm
London School of Economics room H103, Connaught House

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DR Congo: Monthly Human Rights Assessment: December 2007

13-02-2008 11:46

The UN Independent Expert on the human rights situation in the DRC concluded an eight-day official visit to the country; FARDC and PNC elements were allegedly responsible for at least 7 arbitrary executions of civilians as well as several violations of the right to physical integrity, including 12 cases of rape of minors;

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Fitwatch - 8th March LSE

13-02-2008 11:13

Pissed off with political public order policing?

Think it's time for a collective response to police harassment and

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Why did the Animal Liberation reports leave Google news?

13-02-2008 00:18

In the last few months there have been quite a number of reports have were put onto the promoted newswire, therefore they appeared on the google news searches. However recently it has been noticed that google has begun not including the promoted animal rights articles, despite still including other articles from Indymedia UK which discuss other important topics.

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US to hold 9/11 show trial at Guantánamo

12-02-2008 09:24

The US military on Monday announced charges against six individuals it alleges helped plan the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The six prisoners—all of whom have been held incommunicado for more than six years, deprived of any legal rights or representation, and subjected to illegal and abusive interrogation methods—are to be tried in a single trial before a military commission at the Guantánamo Bay prison camp. The prosecution is seeking the death penalty for alleged war crimes.

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Victims of HealthQuest Abuses in N.S.W. Australia Contact Amnesty in London

12-02-2008 05:03

On several occasions since 1995 victims of the N.S.W. Government Medical Office, HealthQuest, have contacted Amnesty International in London. We have yet to receive a response. Soviet psychiatry is being used against dissident public servants and whistleblowers in N.S.W. Australia. HealthQuest is staffed with psychiatrists and psychologists who are prepared to diagnose for money and power. We hope that this time, Amnesty will finally launch an investigation into our plight.

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Escada Campaign: Global Campaign Against The Fur Industry

11-02-2008 22:25

With over 100 actions in the first 3 months of the campaign beginning and several ALF actions, Escada have now begun using expensive repressive measures and are threatening to sue the domain company due to trademark infringement - "Escada Campaign" being the alleged infringement.

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Sulu Massacre (Mindanao, Philippines)

11-02-2008 11:36

“Despicable, loathsome, ruthless…” These were the words of Anak Mindanao Representative Mujiv S. Hataman on the latest tragedy in the province of Sulu , particularly in the coastal town of Maimbung , which claimed the lives of a 4-year old child, Marisa Payian, 9 year old Wedme Lahim, teenagers Alnalyn Lahim, 15 and Sulayman Hakob, 17. Three other civilians were also killed, Kirah Lahim, 45; Eldisim Lahim, 43 and Narcia Abon, 24. A certain Pfc. Ibnul Wahid of the Army's 6th Infantry Division who was said to be on vacation was also killed.

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Labour government minister bugged by police

11-02-2008 07:40

It was revealed this week that Labour Member of Parliament Sadiq Khan was bugged by the police during two meetings he held with one of his constituents. Khan, a government minister in the Whip’s Office, was meeting with Babar Ahmad, who is presently being held on remand pending an extradition request from the United States.

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Report/Pics-Guantánamo Anniversary Vigil Outside US Embassy

10-02-2008 23:10

Just to make it quite clear...
The London Guantánamo Campaign held the first anniversary of its weekly vigil outside the American Embassy in Mayfair, London at 6-8pm on Friday 8 February 2008. We are there usually every Friday from 6-7pm calling on the US to Shut Guantánamo Down!