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Peace in our time

Has it really been a month?

Oh well, doesn’t time fly when you’re enjoying yourself? Or even when you’re not.

The truth is, I was busy elsewhere – sometimes even productively. 442 more words

Belgium: Wave of Arson Attacks Targeting International Arms Industry Contractors

Lucrosum et decorum est pro patria facere?

They don’t speak Latin in Belgium.

At about 2AM on Monday 25th September the residents of Malines (a town half way between Brussels and Anvers) were woken by a string of detonations. 437 more words

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Kurdish-Speaking Anarchist Forum (KAF): No to State, No to War. Yes for Self-Administration & the Social Revolution

Immediate call to all our comrades Anarchists and Libertarians wherever they are

A direct and special call to our comrades Anarchists and Libertarians Arabic-speaking

No to State, No to war.  1,029 more words


Alemanha: Ataque Incendiário Contra um Caminhão Militar em Starnberg, perto de Munique

Na noite de 9 para 10 de outubro, um ataque incendiário contra um caminhão militar no centro de treinamento do Bundeswehr (Exército Alemão) no Lago Starnberg, perto de Munique. 173 more words

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Germany: Incendiary Attack Against a Military Truck in Starnberg, near Munich

On the night of October 9th to the 10th, an incendiary attack against  was carried out against a military truck at the Bundeswehr (German Army) training center at Lake Starnberg near Munich. 161 more words

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‘War Starts Here, Let’s Stop it Here’: Anger as Death-Dealers Head for #London

This is the third of a three-part Ceasefire series of essays on the war on Yemen, published ahead of next week’s DSEI,the world’s biggest arms fair, which will take place on September 12th-15th. 1,806 more words

Saudi’s bombing Campaign is Destroying #Yemen, and #Britain is Helping Them do it

This is the second of a three-part series of Ceasefire essays on the war on Yemen and the role of the UK’s Arms Trade industry, published ahead of next week’s DSEI arms fair in London. 1,392 more words