UK Terror War Newswire Archive
08-05-2009 19:15At the above meeting on 6 May, demonstration was called for 6pm on Saturday 9 May 2009 as part of the process to build an anti-deportation campaign against the deportation of the 11 Pakistani students arrested in Cheetham Hill in April, some of whom are held in Strangeways prison, Salford.
08-05-2009 18:15The name-reading ceremony for the Afghan war dead proceeded opposite Parliament without any attention from the police today - despite the use of a loudhailer (banned under the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act)
08-05-2009 18:02New America Media, Commentary, Posted: May 07, 2009
07-05-2009 22:20The attempt to prosecute Milan Rai for participating in an unauthorized demonstration in the vicinity of Parliament failed today as the police and Crown Prosecution Service had failed to do their paperwork properly - within the time limits required.
Another eventful day by the seaside.
06-05-2009 18:04A personal perspective of the Smash EDO May Day actions on 4th May 2009.
06-05-2009 11:20Bomber aircrafts have resumed bombing raids since 4th May, 2009. This has increased the deaths and injuries manifold. This is an added atrocity apart from mayhem caused by artillery and canon fire.
Famine is widespread. People are not eating for several days. The fainting incidents are common. Many reach the stage of stupor. If not taken any action they reach coma stage and die.
06-05-2009 01:02"State terror in Sri Lanka - a Tamil perspective". Listen to the programme at Resonance 104.4 FM (www.resonancefm.com), Wednesday 6th of May at 20.00.
05-05-2009 02:03What do we not know? Ignorance is bliss!
03-05-2009 18:13There are plans to build a deadly virus containment facility and animal testing lab in Camden alongside St Pancras International behind the British Library. Foot and Mouth disease was leaked into the water supply from similar govt facility Pirbright in Surrey. The River Fleet runs below the lab site, we are told, which cause complications. The lab is opposed by MI5, MPs, councillors and residents. It is backed by the UKCMRI.
30-04-2009 19:47In the Middle East, we are now witness to a post-sectarian phase; the unity and solidarity that exists between its' peoples - in identifying the key challenges that face this region - is palpable in whichever direction you turn. Western discourse on the Middle East however, remains fixated on talk of civil wars, sectarian strife and religious tension.