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"capitalising on people's misery".
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15-06-2005 10:57I have today posted a number of stories concerning the situation in Zimbabwe
15-06-2005 10:51The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Harare has condemned the Zimbabwean government's policy of demolishing thousands of homes and businesses.
15-06-2005 10:33The aim is to recreate a rural peasantry in which voters are brought under the control of chiefs and militias and punish them for supporting the opposition
There will ne a demo, candlit-vigil and mass attendance
at the adjourned council committee meeting taking place
at 7.30 (Tuesday) 21 June at Basildon Centre, Basildon.
Hovefield Ave, Wickford in Basildon threatened with eviction order by Basildon Council. Judicial Review underway.
Human Rights Monitoring Teams meeting with Dale Farm Housing Association, at Dale Farm, Crays Hill in Basildon, Essex.
15-06-2005 10:29Government to draft street children into youth militia
15-06-2005 10:19Police restrictions on demonstration tonight are greater then implied.
15-06-2005 10:19A child died in Tafara, after a wall, that police had partially destroyed, collapsed on her. In another case, police ordered mourners to take a corpse out of a house in Bindura before it was razed to the ground
15-06-2005 09:52From 7 to 8am this morning samba tunes filled the air under a huge pink banner at Park Square Roundabout.
15-06-2005 09:39This article is from yesterday's Yorkshire Post
15-06-2005 08:15Everyone's favourite ex-front bencher is coming to officially open the Northenden Campus of City College Manchester on Friday 17th June.
15-06-2005 07:19Bono’s recent statement on behalf of "Live Aid" should help to make the G8 deliver something concrete. He is right to call for people to march to Gleneagles and demand more, because even if this new pledge is delivered - it could deepen the disaster for the poor under current unfair trading rules determined by unelected world regime - the g8.