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Private armies free to kill in Iraq

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20.10.07

 

Family speaks out after two women gunned down in Iraq

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Students organise to stop fascists in Oxford

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20.10.07

 

Students at Oxford university and anti-fascist campaigners have reacted with outrage to the news that the Oxford Union debating club has invited two leading Nazis to speak to its members next month.

 

Matthew Cookson: Gun and knife crime campaign targets the poverty behind youth crime

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20.10.07

 

Over 120 people took to the streets of north London last Sunday against the gun and knife crime that has blighted so many young lives over the last few months.

 

Rob Owen: Silencing debate in the National Union of Students

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20.10.07

 

On Tuesday of last week – the day after hundreds of student activists descended on parliament – the National Union of Students (NUS) leadership revealed its 80 page long attack on its democratic structures to the national executive.

 

Christine Buchholz: German MPs want more war

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20.10.07

 

The German parliament voted to keep German troops in Afghanistan last Friday.

 

Riaz Ahmed: Pakistan regime under pressure in Waziristan

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4

20.10.07

 

Mir Ali is a town of around 50,000 people in the Waziristan region of northern Pakistan. Last week the Pakistani military bombed it as part of its long running battle with Taliban forces in the area. An estimated 250 local people were killed, with Pakistan losing 47 soldiers.

 

Ron Margulies: Turkish tensions threaten US in Iraq

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4

20.10.07

 

Acknowledging the genocide of Armenians in Ottoman Turkey risks causing yet more problems for the US occupation in Iraq.

 

Egyptian editors jailed for ‘slandering’ Mubarak

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4

20.10.07

 

Egyptian newspapers did not appear on the stands last week as a part of a national protest against the imprisoning of editors for “slandering the president”.

 

Colin Barker: From Movement to Revolution: Democracy needed at the heart of the battle

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20.10.07

 

In the third part of our series Colin Barker shows how mass participation is crucial in the struggle to create a new society

 

Simon Assaf: Baghdad dead of innocents

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8

20.10.07

 

The killing of two women by ‘security contractors’ in Iraq highlights the growth of corporate mercenaries in the country. Now their families are demanding justice.

 

Rise of the private armies

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9

20.10.07

 

British charity War On Want has been tracking the growth of private military contractors over the last few years.

 

John Riddell: The Comintern: Reaching out to the villages

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20.10.07

 

John Riddell, the pre-eminent historian of the Communist International, continues his series by looking at how revolutionaries attempted to reach out to the “toiling masses” of the countryside.

 

Ben Dickenson: Hollywood’s backlash against the ‘war on terror’

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20.10.07

 

Ben Dickenson hails the new wave of anti-war films from the US

 

Jonathan Neale: Will it take a ban on flying to stop climate change?

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12

20.10.07

 

Stopping global warming means cutting air travel. Jonathan Neale looks at how this could be done without targeting the poor

 

Kim Ha-young: North Korea: a divided history

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13

20.10.07

 

While North and South Korea are in peace talks, US threats towards the North remain. Ha-young Kim looks at the country’s story.

 

Gill George: Health cuts fuel superbug crisis

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16

20.10.07

 

Last week’s Healthcare Commission report into patient deaths at the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS trust is truly shocking.

 

Karen Reissmann: Suspended for speaking out

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20.10.07

 

Karen Reissmann, the Manchester psychiatric nurse at the centre of a long running industrial dispute, was suspended for speaking out against a cuts and privatisation plan not very different to those that proved so disastrous at Maidstone and Tunbridge.

 

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