UK Anti-militarism Newswire Archive
09-09-2003 14:28Report phoned in from Sheffield anti-DSEI protestors currently on Connaught Overpass [west of Exel Centre].
09-09-2003 13:27Here a list of Internet cafe's in the area around DSEI
09-09-2003 13:24In the schools local to Excel conference centre housing the DSEI arms fair, the pupils have been forbidden to leave the school at lunch time.
They have been told that if they leave the school premises they could face expulsion.
Some children have left the school grounds and were escorted back by the police.
Police officers are stationed in local schools to enforce this curfew.
09-09-2003 12:53Here's a 1 minute long video of this morning's anti-DSEi demonstration that took place in Victoria Dock Road near the Excel building where the arms fair is taking place. The video show when police lines are brought in to block the demonstrators from approaching the Excel building.
09-09-2003 12:38Update on the number of people arrested so far in anti DSEi actions...
09-09-2003 12:19This is a report live from the anti-DSEI actions at Excel.
09-09-2003 10:31As part of the on-going anti-DSEI protests, between 0800 and 0830 this morning, three co-ordinated affinity groups attempted actions against three companies involved in the arms trade.
09-09-2003 10:00On Thursday 4th September military systems designers ESDU International shut down early before a demo by Hackney No Borders. Another small success in the run-up to shutting down DSEi.
09-09-2003 03:01For the last four months, the US forces in Iraq have taken an average of 1.4 fatal casualties (cas) per day, according to US Central Command (CENTCOM). Occasionally, there have been three day periods with no dead. But CENTCOM has now not reported a single death for the last seven days. What is going on?
08-09-2003 16:53Another nail in the coffin of the ludicrous theory that the US invasion of Iraq had anything to do with weapons of mass destruction or "liberating" the Iraqi people.
08-09-2003 15:31On Monday morning, delegates to the NATO military committee meeting in Cambridge were greeted by a lively show of the street theatre "performing for peace".