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Indian - Israeli Ties Could Neutralize Delhi’s Palestinian Policy

12-07-2007 16:53

A seminar on “Palestine: 1967 and After” organized by the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA) and the mission of the League of Arab States (LAS) in New Delhi on June 22 highlighted India’s still unwavering historical support for the Palestinian people, but failed to address the potential political effects of the growing Indian – Israeli ties on New Delhi’s policy on Palestine.

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video.indymedia is dead - long live independent online video networks!

12-07-2007 10:52

Interview with Andrew of, an Australian project to provide independent video hosting, distro, networking and more for the Oceania region. They have just launched Plumi, a packaged up version of the free and open source Zope/Python/Plone based software that can be used to create your own video publishing site.

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War Crimes, USUK Hypocrisy & Collective Responsibility

11-07-2007 17:11

The author, Günther Grass
The ultimate crime has been committed! And just as we judged post-war Germany guilty, we in the USUK are, in the eyes of truth and by our own erstwhile standards, collective war criminals now!

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Turkey poised for attack on 'Kurdistan'! What will the US response be?

09-07-2007 15:38

An article that looks at the links between the US Neo Cons and the Turkish military. As Turkey builds up its troops on the border of N.Iraq, the US line is 'The Three Wise Monkey's' policy of look the other way. What are the economic links between the Neo Cons and the Turkish military?

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Corporate Limited Liability Conference 20th & 21st July

09-07-2007 14:24

Conference in London analysing and challenging the core of corporate capitalism.... "For some time now, the rapid rise of corporate power under the auspices of a neoliberal policy-agenda with global reach has been controversial. The conference will seek discussion and answers to questions such as: Is limited liability the key to 'power without responsibility' for giant corporations .... ?"

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G8: A tale of two victories?

09-07-2007 08:55

The following article, by Tadzio Mueller and Kriss Sol was first published on

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Difficulties of translating Guy Debord

09-07-2007 04:34

Find Guy Debord hard to understand? Maybe it's the translation you are reading!

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Alimta approved by NICE for asbestos cancer mesothelioma

08-07-2007 23:34

The Forum of Asbestos Victim Support Groups welcomes the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) Final Appraisal Determination which has today approved the use of Alimta to treat the terminal asbestos cancer, mesothelioma.

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Pink, Black, Pirate: Taking Stock of Rostock

08-07-2007 15:04

"Black resistance and pink blockades go hand in hand, and pink clowns were defended by black anarchists when the police roughed them up during the actions and demonstrations: pink and black are complementary and not substitutes, like many, including myself, were led to believe in the past few years."

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Lyme Survey and Cases

07-07-2007 13:58

Please participate in lyme survey

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live earth day concerts july 7th 2007....the Hypocrisy

07-07-2007 08:00

now we are preached at by smug secure rocks stars as if politicans are not bad enough.

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These are Brown's bombs, too

06-07-2007 22:55

Just as the London bombs in the summer of 2005 were Blair's bombs, the inevitable consequence of his government's lawless attack on Iraq, so the potential bombs in the summer of 2007 are Brown's bombs. Gordon Brown has been an unerring supporter of the unprovoked bloodbath whose victims now equal those of the Rwandan genocide, according to the American scientist who led the 2006 Johns Hopkins School of Public Health survey of civilian dead in Iraq. While Tony Blair sought to discredit this study, British government scientists secretly praised it as "tried and tested" and an "underestimation of mortality". The "underestimation" was 655,000 men, women and children. That is now approaching a million. It is the crime of the century.

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There Are Now More US Paid Contractors than US Troops In Iraq

06-07-2007 16:43

The Corporate Occupation Unveiled

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Brown’s constitutional reform—a smokescreen for right-wing measures

06-07-2007 16:24

Gordon Brown’s first major speech as prime minister, setting out his proposals on constitutional reform, was delayed by 24 hours due to the car bombs in London and Glasgow. As with his government’s supposedly low-key handling of the terror scare, his remarks on Tuesday before the House of Commons were greeted as a significant departure from the Blair era.

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5 Fingers Beat 16000 G8 Cops: Are we winning again?

06-07-2007 14:47

The following article, by Ben Trott, was first published on the Red Pepper website.

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Australian defence minister admits oil a key factor behind Iraq occupation

06-07-2007 09:31

Australia’s Minister for Defence Brendan Nelson yesterday acknowledged that maintaining control over Iraq’s vast oil reserves was a critical factor behind the ongoing US-led occupation. His comments came just before Prime Minister John Howard delivered a major foreign policy address, similarly stressing the need to ensure “energy security” amid growing “great power competition” in the Middle East.

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Oz government Not schizophrenic over Iraq oil statements

06-07-2007 08:02

As the aging carrier USS K(Sh)itty Hawk made its way into Sydney Harbour, Oz defence minister Brendan (studs) Nelson announced on national radio that oil was a major factor in Australia's (criminal) involvement in Iraq. Howard hoped this apparent rogue statement from one of his loyal minister’s would create political hysteria and grab headlines internationally and he was right! Setting the agenda and stealing the debate are well known tactics of Howard. Few possess the highly refined skills required to manipulate the local (and international) media to the extent that Howard does.

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Nafeez Ahmed: Whose Bombs?

05-07-2007 23:28

How to understand the attempted but largely failed terrorist plots uncovered since last Friday? Police officers on June 29 dismantled two car bombs made from gas canisters, gasoline and nails, parked in central London’s major theatre and shopping districts. A day later, two men rammed a Jeep Cherokee, filled with flammable material, into a terminal entrance at Glasgow airport. The series of attempted attacks follows hot on the heels of an attempted al-Qaeda attack in the United States earlier in June.

The chronology requires further probing, and indeed, preliminary analysis raises some unresolved questions.

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Alan Johnston is released - what about all the invisible captives?

04-07-2007 13:39

Alan Johnston is released and this is of course very welcome news. But what about the 10,000 Palestinians held hostage by the Israeli occupation or the 20,000 or more Iraqis held by the American and British occupation? How about the hundreds of hostages held in Guantanamo and Bagram?
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