UK Newswire Archive
09-10-2001 08:042000 protest outside Downing Street
09-10-2001 02:52Is the BBC purposefully showing anti-muslim Propaganda in order to justify the current barbarous bombing campaign? BBC2's "Langan behind the lines" seems to fit quite nicely
09-10-2001 01:56at noon EST on Thursday 11 October 2001, the NY Surveillance Camera Players will perform a play that may be taken to describe what NYC is like these days. Viewable on the World Wide Web.
09-10-2001 00:11We must put away the papers and slogans if we are to build a substantial and effective opposition to this war. A factionalised and paper selling movement stands no chance of appealling to those we need most.
09-10-2001 00:10This is a worldwide petition calling on the Philippine government to close the prostitution slave camps of Angeles, Philippines. We are counting on you to spread the word - please pass this notice on to friends, family, fellow activists, and post it on independent media centers, bulletin boards, and listservs!
08-10-2001 23:15daily express reporter released at the pakistan border
08-10-2001 22:15PROPOSAL TO CREATE EU PARA-MILITARY POLICE UNITS TO COUNTER PROTESTS
08-10-2001 21:54I dearly wish there had been some surprises, some deviation from traditional patterns of behavior.
08-10-2001 21:14For your roundup of peace vigils:
08-10-2001 21:01Anyone know of any anti-war groups in Chelmsford?
If not anyone want to try and form one?
08-10-2001 19:57Interesting post from a guy who ran a Chechen Mujahideen discussion group at Yahoo. Authorities cracking down on Jehadis and closing 'Sakina Security'-Jeehad training.
08-10-2001 17:35Not in our name. Our Grief is not a cry for war.
08-10-2001 17:21New York Times October 8, 2001
The Voice of America, born during World War II, nurtured in cold war propaganda and remade in the 1990's as a source of objective information for a global audience, is under renewed pressure to be a salesman for government policy in the wake of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11.
08-10-2001 12:46News of the bombings arrived about 30 minutes into an open meeting called by No War But the Class War in north London, early on Sunday evening. The original intention of the meeting had been for participants to discuss a class-based response to the war, following on from an exchange of ideas and experiences in the first part of the meeting.