UK Newswire Archive
19-05-2003 09:34Putin accepts share of Iraqi oil to lift UN sanctions.
19-05-2003 08:46FARC... A group which has LESS than 5% of public support.
19-05-2003 08:25Conformation of the government's concept of particapatory democracy. Freedom to dissent quietly then submit. Whatever happened to a die-hard belief in market forces? Supply and Demand anyone?
19-05-2003 07:46Read about the Hollywood style pack of lies surrounding the story of Private Jessica Lynch.
19-05-2003 04:22It is strongly suspected that Rwanda and Uganda have fanned the flames of a centuries old rivalry that arises more from the conflict between pastoral and ranching communities than from ethnicity. The two countries are accused of exploiting the natural resources of DRC in the shadow of the ethnic battles.
19-05-2003 00:03Less-Lethal Weapons 2003 Conference
"Critical Incident Intervention" 2 - 3 October 2003
@ Strathclyde Police Force Training and Recruitment Centre, Glasgow, Scotland
The Less-Lethal Weapons (LLW) Conference 2003 has been developed specifically for today's police and military leaders who must apply force to manage rapidly unfolding operational situations where time is short, the facts are unclear and lives are at stake.
18-05-2003 22:23The war in Iraq is over, barring mopping-up operations. It is time for a stock-taking, an overview.
18-05-2003 21:44The world must unite and support Orthodox Rabbis who oppose Israeli Zionist terrorism!
18-05-2003 20:13The latest ISM activist reports
18-05-2003 20:08Speech by Sophie Hurndall
Made at Palestine Rally - Trafalgar Square - 17th May 2003
18-05-2003 17:56***PLEASE PROPAGATE THIS WIDELY***
Copy the text and paste it onto lots of websites, email it to friends, etc.
We need to raise awareness and funding.
18-05-2003 16:13Analysis of the Stop the War coalition and SWP
AGAINST CAPITALISM CULTURE
18-05-2003 12:41Organise, educate, agitate, distribute info,
If you can`t join the resistance against the G8
then try come to Greece, Thessaloniki in June.
18-05-2003 12:33Reflecting on life under Saddam Hussein, Sofer says times were not easy, “but at least we had security.” After several attacks on Jewish community buildings throughout the 1990s the Mukhabarat, the Iraqi Secret Police, which had already kept close tabs on Jews here, began to monitor the synagogue.
By and large the fire of anti-Semitism has not singed most Iraqis. The anti-Semitic chants heard round the Arab world have not marred popular demonstrations here. Only once during this reporter’s three-week stay in Iraq were specifically anti-Jewish chants heard.