UK Anti-militarism Newswire Archive
21-12-2003 02:51an analysis of the military industrial complex and its role in perpetuating the so called war on terror
20-12-2003 09:45The roads from Asira Shamaliya to Nablus city, the regional capital, have been closed for some time. Those trying to brave the mountain trails or skirt around settlements risk military aggression. Kamleh Mohamed Asa'd Sawalha was a recent victim.
19-12-2003 15:56By SAMEER N. YACOUB, Associated Press Writer
Capt. Tammy Galloway of the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne Division said a homemade explosive device exploded on the roadside as a military truck was passing. Iraqi witnesses said earlier that it was an oil tanker and that two soldiers were killed in the blast.
propagate so much featherbrained propagana lies that nobody but morons can believe them over again
17-12-2003 23:10DUBLIN, IRELAND - PIT STOP PLOUGHSHARES BACK IN COURT FRIDAY DEC 19TH.
17-12-2003 17:48A few thoughts on the capture of Saddam Hussein, the reaction of the corporate media and whether or not this will diminish the Iraqi resistance to colonial occupation.
16-12-2003 16:48Friends of truth and the recognition it brings,
Well all is backslapping and smiles as the Saddam monster (of US creation) is corralled. Looks like he’s been hit with a good course of benzodiazphines already, lest he begin to jabber about his old friends in the CIA and White House betraying him.
15-12-2003 16:34DISARM DSEI 2005: Shut down Spearhead
The fight continues...
Open Meeting: 18th January 2004, 2pm, LARC, Fieldgate Street, Whitechapel, London.
14-12-2003 17:33Poetic response to the news about finding Saddam Hussein
14-12-2003 16:36The latest news from the year 2095 - Iraq has invaded Britain and toppled its despotic regime. Republican Guard tanks have captured Watford Gap. Regime paramilitaries are conducting a last stand around Oxford. Read more to find out what life will be like at the end of the twenty-first century.
13-12-2003 21:57From World War II...to Iraq 2003...to...?
A Bloody History of Northwood HQ
Theatrical Protests around the base
13-12-2003 19:24British student arrested and detained without charge for 7 weeks by the US Military in Iraq. Despite been under constant interrogation, he has had no access to legal support or his family. We appeal to the Foreign Office to bring him back to the UK immediately and if any charges are made, at least he will be given his full legal and human rights.
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12-12-2003 18:10The Coalition took many precautions to spare civilians from the effects of the ground war, including vetting cluster munition strikes and giving guidance to troops involved in direct combat. The use by U.S. and U.K. ground forces of cluster munitions, especially in or near populated areas, however, was one of the major causes of civilian casualties in the war. Moreover, in some instances of direct combat, problems with training on as well as dissemination and clarity of the rules of engagement may have contributed to loss of civilian life.