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text Aristide Willing to Accept Int'l Police to Keep Elections Safe by AHP
The government holds a funeral for the late director of the North department of the National Police, Edner Jeanty: the opposition is again accused of involvement in his killing...
Posted: Wed Jan 28, 2004 12:11AM
text Por un movimiento estudiantil asambleario, combativo, y revoluticionario by Valencia Llibertaria
México pasa por un estancamiento en el movimiento estudiantil, pese a la huelga de la UNAM en 1999 donde los estudiantes lucharon por una educación gratuita y de calidad, los estudiantes han tomado un rol pasivo en los asuntos tanto estudiantiles como sociales y han reducido el papel del estudiante en: ir a la universidad, tomar clases y regresar a casa....
Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 5:17PM
text 1/26 Haiti Update by AHP
1. "It's not too late for peace, it's not too late to continue on the democratic path," President Aristide said following meeting with Caricom delegation in Haiti. Caricom rejects maneuvers that would be contrary to democratic principles and Haiti's Constitution. Caricom leaders reaffirm their support for Haiti in the Caricom community. 2. This is the real situation in Haiti today by Ira Kurzban, Haiti's General Counsel...
Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 11:40AM
text Haiti News from 1/23 by AHP
A new demonstration last Friday protests the opposition's campaign to close the schools and advocates respect for the Constitution...
Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 11:37AM
text Marines face homicide charges in Iraqi's death by US No Different From Saddam
CAMP PENDLETON - Three Marine reservists appeared in military court Monday to face charges stemming from last year's death of an Iraqi in their custody at a detention facility in southern Iraq....
Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 9:23AM
text Reporters Without Borders Exposed by Jean-Guy Allard, Granma International
Responding to the January 15 publication of a Reporters sans frontières (RSF) “report” exonerating the soldiers who confessed to the murder in Iraq of Spanish cameraman José Couso, his family issued a press release on January 16 in Madrid, rejecting the supposed “investigation” and asking RSF to immediately withdraw from the dispute....
Posted: Sun Jan 25, 2004 5:51PM
text Nablus: Where is the World? by ISM
Two weeks ago the Israeli Army and news sources claimed the invasion of Nablus ended. Daily operations continue, showing that the army has not, and does not plan to leave....
Posted: Sun Jan 25, 2004 3:55PM
text Interview with Father Roy Bourgeois about Hugo Chavez by Charles Hardy
had finished visiting one family and was on my way to another home when my cellular phone rang. “Charlie, there are some Catholic missionaries from the U.S. on Alo Presidente.”...
Posted: Sun Jan 25, 2004 3:21PM
text UN 'cannot cope' with rise in homeless due to Israeli demolitions by beeb
The United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees is warning that it may not be able to cope with the number of people made homeless by Israeli army demolitions....
Posted: Sun Jan 25, 2004 1:52PM
text Petition to Release 3 Anti-Nuke Nuns by William
PETITION LAUNCHED TO RELEASE FROM PRISON THREE ANTI-NUKE NUNS ARDETH PLATTE, CAROL GILBERT AND JACKIE HUDSON....
Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2004 8:36PM
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The latest edition of the Starry Plough, the newspaper of the Irish Republican Socialist Movement, is now online....
Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2004 8:59AM
text Bienvenido Querido Compañero Juan! by proLibertad
24 de enero, 2004...
Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2004 8:52AM
text Juan Segarra Palmer Freed!! by prolibertad
PUERTO RICAN POLITICAL PRISONER JUAN SEGARRA PALMER WAS FREED FROM JAIL ON FRIDAY JANUARY 23, 2004 AND IS GOING HOME TO PUERTO RICO ON SATURDAY JANAURY 24TH!!...
Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2004 8:49AM
text 1/21 Fanmi Lavalas supporters demonstrate in support of Aristide by AHP
Hundreds of thousands of Fanmi Lavalas supporters demonstrate in support of peace, education and respect for the mandate of President Aristide...
Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2004 12:48AM
text Fish Wars: How Cheap Oil Drives Industrial Longline Fishing by Robert Ovetz, PhD
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Posted: Fri Jan 23, 2004 7:03PM
text Weapons hunter quits, says Iraq had no WMDs by nz
WASHINGTON: David Kay stepped down as leader of the American hunt for banned weapons in Iraq today, and fired a parting shot at the Bush administration, while pressure mounted on the United States to hold early direct elections in Iraq....
Posted: Fri Jan 23, 2004 4:05PM
text A special report on Migrant Rights at the World Social Forum by NNIRR
A special report for the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights direct from Mumbai, India...
Posted: Fri Jan 23, 2004 10:43AM
text Report from Trees Not Walls in Budrus, Palestine by ISM
Budrus, RAMALLAH] Hundreds of Palestinians - men and women, old and young, Israelis and Internationals from at least 12 different countries* braved the pouring rain today and marched to plant olive tree saplings where the Israeli government has destroyed trees to build what it calls a "Security Wall."...
Posted: Fri Jan 23, 2004 10:42AM
text Funeral for Killed Protestor, as protests continue in Haiti by AHP
Port-au-Prince, January 22, 2004 -(AHP)-The funeral of Louvoi Petit, the Lavalas activist who died as a result of torture at the hands of demonstrators from the political coalition of the 184 will be held Friday....
Posted: Fri Jan 23, 2004 10:39AM
text Warning: This diet is not for everyone by Marty Bender and Stan Cox
Finding a quarter-billion acres for adequate feed grain harvests would mean at least a 7 percent increase in cropland worldwide at a time when farmers are already using most of the better land. Much of the newly plowed acreage would likely be marginal, subject to greater erosion and requiring extra generous applications of fertilizer and pesticides....
Posted: Fri Jan 23, 2004 9:22AM