UK Newswire Archive
08-05-2003 07:42On-line petition for an Emergency United Nations Resolution on Iraq
08-05-2003 04:06Frontlines newspaper world news bulletin Nr. 15
An 18-month-old Palestinian boy died yesterday after being shot in the neck as Israeli forces guarding a Jewish settlement opened fire on a southern Gaza refugee camp, Palestinian security and medical officials said.
08-05-2003 01:20New Profile, a Movement for the Civil-ization of Israeli society, hopes to continue to circulate the following ISM information in order to bring awareness and attention to what is taking place in Israel and in the Occupied Territories.
08-05-2003 00:19Caoihme is an Irish human rights activist living in Bahgdad and working with Voices in the Wilderness. And her writing Rocks xxx
07-05-2003 23:51The London Social Forum meets tomorrow (Thurs 8th) at 6pm, Room H101, London School of Economics (LSE). Please use the Old Building entrance. Go to the 2nd floor, then cross over to Connaught House, room H101. For a map for directions, go to: http://www.londonsocialforum.org
Today Merseyside Police Chiefs were told by the CPS that police marksmen would not face criminal proceedings for the shooting of Andrew Kernan outside his home in Liverpool.
07-05-2003 21:22could 9/11 be the Arabs greatest victory ?
07-05-2003 19:29Outspoken comments from segments of the U.S. government have been casting doubts on the Bush administration's evidence of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction…….
07-05-2003 19:25Many Saudis see Rumsfeld's visit as a historic parting of the ways for two traditional allies. "The Americans now have Iraq and no longer need us," says Abdul-Muhsin Al Mualaa, a businessman. "It is as if the ground has fallen [from] under our feet."
07-05-2003 17:13There won't be any trial for Mario Placanica, the policeman who shot dead Carlo Giuliani, the young protestor killed in Genova during g8 2001.The tribunal of Genova said the proceeding is closed and the cop innocent.
07-05-2003 15:58Easter, South Australia 2003 and hundreds of people from around the country converge on Baxter one of Australia's most notorious immigration detention centres. Some protesters had travelled almost 2500 km/1600 miles to be at Baxter and in solidarity with refugees and their fellow human rights activists from around the nation.
07-05-2003 15:55Now that the United States has completed a so-called humanitarian intervention in Iraq, I believe it is very informative to look back at the previous one in Yugoslavia. A brilliant analysis by noted author and political scientist Michael Parenti.
07-05-2003 15:40Are you organising a Social Forum - type event in the UK? Share your experiences and contacts...
07-05-2003 13:48Unless Cyprus reaches a political settlement soon, we might reach the stage where northern Cyprus will resemble countries like Zimbabwe, South Africa and Australia: i.e. where the majority of land, acquired illegally, will be in the hands of a new-breed of European colonists.
Great idea to add mobile music to your protestival :)