UK Newswire Archive
15-10-2002 11:30This week's new gear on YZ...
15-10-2002 10:39Joaquim Sebastiao Da Fonseca, from Che-Leila youth brigades, an organisation originating in the UK who’s name comes from Che Guevara and Leila Khaled- a Palestinian revolutionary, answers questions following the press conference of the Stop United States Of Aggression demonstration.
15-10-2002 09:58How mobile phones let spies see our every move Government's secret Celldar project will allow surveillance of anyone, at any time and anywhere there is a phone signal
15-10-2002 09:23DU will be used in the next gulf war.
15-10-2002 07:35Although from the US military, this is an interesting insight into the problem of religion esp. fundamental islam. It totally ignores the role that Israeli aggression plays here but I guess we shouldn't be surprised as it has been written from a US perspective.
15-10-2002 06:08For 10 years the US knew that Castano was a deathsquad leading drug kingpin. To clean up their image the Colombain government wants to reshuffle the death squads and ship off a few token leaders to retirement in the US.The world community must just say no and invest the ICC to investigate.
15-10-2002 00:09Good thoughts below
14-10-2002 23:05Could George Bush and Dick Cheyney be dragged from the Whitehouse inner sanctum to face trial by an international criminal court for war crimes? At the moment, yes!
14-10-2002 21:10We need to know how to get rid of their
spywares, not only computer
spyware but those components that are
silently installed in our homes and offices.
14-10-2002 17:16London 14/10/02 - Two Gay Jamaicans Granted Asylum In UK
14-10-2002 16:23this is incredible, political dynamite,Pupils as young as 13 are being encouraged to disclose sensitive information
about their parents to the Government to help discover why they might be failing at school. Details of problems such as drink and drug abuse, depression, eating disorders and frequent domestic rows would be sought by advisers
14-10-2002 15:40london-wide students' meeting
Don't Attack Iraq
Brunei Gallery, SOAS
6pm, Wednesday 16 October
Speakers include: Tariq Ali, Helen Salmon (NUS NEC), Mark Steel, Pandit G
14-10-2002 15:32Hackney council have just announced an expansion of their CCTV facilities to make the streets safer. Yet crime in the borough continues to remain high. Ivan Agenda investigates to see why crime rates are so high and show why council policy has created an environment for the crime to continue.
14-10-2002 15:02Saturday saw the largest anti-war demonstration to date at Shannon airport in Ireland. As the demonstration ended a 50m section of the perimeter fence was torn down and up to 150 people entered the airfield perimeter. Report with over a dozen pictures continues at the link below.
THE United States ambassador to Jakarta, Ralph Boyce, had warned the Indonesian government only a few days before the blasts in Bali that unless it acted against American foes, America would act.