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A demonstration is being held this Friday (16th) in the village of Nabi Saleh near Ramallah, outside Jerusalem, in commemoration with Mustafa Tamini. Mustafa Tamini was a 28 year old Palestinian, resident of Nabi Saleh, that was hit in the face on Friday (9th) by a gas canister shot by the Israeli army. He died the next day in hospital. The fatality was a result of a weekly peaceful demonstration against the Israeli occupation held by Anarchists against the Wall (peaceful until the Israeli army get involved). The army shot directly at the Mustafa from mere metres away and hit him in the eye. Footage of the protest on the 9th can be viewed on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_RcibVRrT_4
The memorial demonstration being held in his name is being attended by hundreds of local people, international activists and journalists. The army was soon to follow. Protesters sit on the floor as the army arrives. The army have started deploying mass amounts of tear gas at time of press.
Russian anti-fascist unfairly imprisoned under Putin's new house rules.
Sudanese refugees and supporters protest in London to highlight the 10 year anniversary of the conflict which ripped apart their regions.
'Ground the Drones' demo to take place in Lincoln this Saturday as UK expands armed drone programme - and international resistance to the Drone Wars amps up.
Anti-cuts protesters block Lord Freud's Highgate London home and stage "evict a millionaire" demo.
It’s hard to believe it’s been ten years since the US-UK coalition invaded Iraq. 10 years since that fatal day on the 19th of March 2003 when the neoconservative “Crazies in the White House” bought their own propaganda and believed they could reshape the Middle-East with a blitzkrieg military campaign of “Shock and Awe”.
If the “world leaders” heading to Enniskillen in June were hoping for an easy protest-free ride they were sadly mistaken
National Front demonstration has a poor turn out in Swansea, followed by a Blood & Honour gig in the valleys.
Protesters call for the closure of Harlan Laboratories - leading breeders of research animals - and for a government inquiry into animal testing.