UK Newswire Archive
13-06-2002 05:57President Mubarak of Egypt responded quickly with a visit to the US after I provided this little tidbit of information.
12-06-2002 23:03Do this website - exposing the lies and crap of government most succinctly - who's in control?
12-06-2002 22:01Was Captain Bush in control - or was it his daddy?
12-06-2002 21:23could be a matter of life and death
12-06-2002 18:33As international attention focuses on the World Cup in South Korea and Japan, the Japanese government is preparing to send off one of the most controversial shipments in history: two "lightly armed" boats loaded with enough plutonium to make 50 nuclear bombs.
12-06-2002 17:55The Plymouth Hunger strike by 7 Kurdish asylum seekers is now over. The seven men who have been on hunger strike protest since last Thursday morning have secured their victory over the Home Office by having their demands met.
Public meeting on Thursday at 7.30pm at Plymouth Guildhall still going ahead - as a victory rally!
12-06-2002 17:43This is an old interview but it's still very much worth reading.
12-06-2002 17:25a press release/invite for the Global Borrowers and
Investors Forum, being held next Tues-Thurs (18-20 June) at the London Hilton.
12-06-2002 17:19"Que se vayan todos!, Argentina's Popular Uprising"
An eyewitness account and images of the financial meltdown and ongoing grassroots rebellion from the streets of Buenos Aires.
PDF 1 - Main body and photos
PDF 2 - Centre spread poster (article 1)
12-06-2002 17:15Israel's peculiar penchant for imiatating German-style totalitarianism continues
12-06-2002 16:53Translation of the article on the XS4ALL court case Deutsche Bahn is now sueing Indymedia.nl over
12-06-2002 16:40CONTINUING GENOCIDE AGAINST THE CUT UNITED TRADE UNION FEDERATION
12-06-2002 16:28On June 22, the movements in South Korea and Japan are
hosting an International Action Day against War and for
Peace, with the 32 countries that are participating in the
World Cup and other countries actively joining.
12-06-2002 14:42ROME, June 12 (Reuters) - South African President Thabo Mbeki has accused world leaders of not caring about human life and said their failure to attend a World Food Summit this week was undermining the fight to save millions of starving people.