UK Newswire Archive
23-02-2002 11:30Ex-policeman accuses Essex police of 'endemic corruption'
23-02-2002 09:40Mr District Prosecutor, what does a crime mean?
23-02-2002 08:18Finnish end police is keeping and maintaining registered information when to soon citizen.
23-02-2002 04:26There is a growing campaign in Ireland to stop water fluoridation. Last fall, the country's most prominent consumer advocacy group (Consumers' Association of Ireland) called for a ban.
Ireland is the most heavily fluoridated country in Europe right now, as France, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Norway, Finland and Luxembourg have all rejected the practice.
To learn more, see www.fluoridealert.org
23-02-2002 02:53Do you like a good mystery? This is a good who done it? I think the intelligence agencies, whats your guess?
23-02-2002 00:51Greens, other environmental activists oppose
the assault on New Source Review requirements for
old power plants, and urge EPA chief Whitman to
stand up to the polluter lobby inside the Bush
UPRISING IN ARGENTINA Feb 22 2002
Tens of thousands of Argentines converged last weekend in Buenos Aires to forge alliances and develop alternatives to the economic and political crisis that is gripping their country. Through public meetings and protests, people from virtually every sector of Argentine society are taking matters into their own hands to come up with solutions to problems that their government and economists have failed to resolve.
On Friday, thousands of people converged in downtown to occupy Plaza de Mayo for a cacerolazo and to camp out overnight. On Saturday, an unprecedented gathering of workers and piqueteros occurred downtown. On Sunday, local asambleas from around the country converged in Buenos Aires for a national asamblea. And, in some parts of the country, workers have taken over and are running factories that owners have abandoned.
Once a model student of the International Monetary Fund and promoted as a model for the rest of Latin America to follow, Argentina fell into crisis under the weight of about $140 billion in international debt and has instead become a model of an imploding neoliberal economy. One observer described Argentina as "a laboratory of struggle."
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22-02-2002 19:51Instead of vilifying the Prague protesters, we could learn from them
Special report: the IMF and World Bank in Prague
Friday September 29, 2000
22-02-2002 18:59"...illegal network monitoring..."
22-02-2002 18:34more links...dont delete this pls indymedia ... all for the cause ... tnx
22-02-2002 16:08The Weimar Republic provides the ultimate example of what happens when a political and economic system comes adrift and decays.
22-02-2002 15:43"...one of the used technique is to hurt citizen and close him/her into mental hospital for observation purpose..."
22-02-2002 15:41for all those interested in coming to the protests
22-02-2002 14:03Latest report from Argentina Solidarity Campaign; very exciting stuff, national meetings now taking place with delegates from the local popular assemblies and workers groups, setting the agenda.. did someone say 'revolution'?
Full report here: