No. 309, Dec. 16 - 22, 2004 New intelligence bill expands government power

No. 308, Dec. 9 - 15, 2004 Bush welcomed by angry thousands in Canada

No.307, Dec. 2 - Dec. 8, 2004 Election turmoil roils Ukraine

No.306, Nov. 24 - Dec. 1, 2004 Chileans decry globalization, Iraq war

No.305, Nov. 18 - Nov.24, 2004 Fallujah: Civilian casualties mount, aid groups barred

No.304, Nov. 11- Nov.17, 2004 'Phantom Fury' strikes Fallujah

No.303, Nov. 4 - Nov.10, 2004 Widespread voting irregularities mar 2004 US elections

No.302, Oct.28- Nov.3, 2004 Increased distrust and violence in Iraq

No.301, Oct. 21 - Oct.27, 2004 NGOs ask for UN monitoring of US elections

No.300, Oct.14 - Oct.20, 2004 Attacks continue against Aristide supporters

No. 299, Oct.7- Oct.13, 2004 'Days of Penitence' one of the deadliest weeks in Gaza

No. 298, Sept.30- Oct.6, 2004 Militias force Sudanese to return home

No. 297, Sept.23- Sept. 29, 2004 Death toll mounts in Iraq as war support erodes

No. 296, Sept.16- Sept. 22, 2004 US forces clash with protestors in Afghanistan

No. 295, Sept. 9- Sept. 15, 2004 Teotihuacan pyramids and Wal-mart face to face

No. 294, Sept. 2- Sept. 8, 2004 Half a million take to the streets to oppose RNC

No. 293, Aug. 26 - Sept. 1, 2004 Military ‘terror’ trials condemned as unfair

No. 292, Aug. 19 - 25, 2004 Iraq: fighting rocks Sadr City, Najaf, Kut

No. 291, Aug. 12 - 19, 2004 War in Iraq continues to rage

No. 290, Aug. 5 - 11, 2004 Sudan responds to threats of military intervention

No. 289, July 29 - August 4, 2004 DNC opens amid tight security

No. 288, July 22 - 28, 2004 Iraqi prime minister accused of executing inmates

No. 287, June 15 - 21, 2004 World’s rainforests laid bare by a century of destruction

No. 286, July 8 - 14, 2004 Saddam could call CIA in his defense

No. 285, July 1 - 7, 2004 Bush protested by tens of thousands in Ireland and Turkey

No. 284, June 24 - 20, 2004 Israel’s new security: walls, land theft, and high-tech hardware

No. 283, June 17 - 23, 2004 Iraq jolted by upsurge in violence

No. 282, June 10 - 16, 2004 G-8 summit and counter-events underway in military state

No. 281, June 3 - 9, 2004 Guadalajara Summit condemns Iraq abuse as protesters are tortured

No. 280, May 27 - June 2, 2004 ‘US soldiers started to shoot us, one by one’

No. 279, May 20 - 26, 2004 Wedding bells finally ring for gay couples

No. 278, May 13 - 19, 2004 US cited for ‘systematic’ war crimes in Iraq

No. 277, May 6 - 12, 2004 Under US, torture returns to Abu Ghraib

No. 276, Apr. 28 - May 5, 2004 Women’s march goes global

No. 275, Apr. 22 - 28, 2004 Grieving Palestinians pledge bloody revenge for killing of Hamas leader

No. 274, Apr. 15 - 21, 2004 US occupation becomes disaster in deadliest month since fall of Baghdad

No. 273, Apr. 8- 14, 2004 Nationwide Iraqi uprising lashes back at occupation

No. 272, Apr. 1 - 7, 2004 Alaska -- betrayed by an oil giant

No. 271, Mar. 25 - 31, 2004 One year anniversary of US invasion of Iraq ignites protests

No. 270, Mar. 18-24, 2004 Defying Washington: Aristide arrives in Jamaica

No. 269, Mar. 11-17, 2004 Gay bashing with impunity at ‘sanctity of marriage’ rally

No. 268, Mar. 4-10, 2004 Aristide: ‘kidnapped’ by United States in ‘coup’

No. 267, Feb. 26 - Mar. 3, 2004 Soldiers accused of another fatal beating

No. 266, Feb. 19 - 25, 2004 Violence intensifies in Iraq as UN warns of civil war

No. 265, Feb. 12 - Feb 18, 2004 Armed opposition threatens Haiti government

No. 264, Feb. 5 - Feb. 11, 2004 Civil unrest continues to escalate in Iraq

No. 263, Jan 29 - Feb. 4, 2004 Tlalnepantla declare autonomy, Mexicn government reacts

No. 262, Jan 22 - 28, 2004 World Social Forum: Bush, Coke, and Windows are out

No. 261, Jan. 15 - 21, 2004 Bush plotted Iraq war from the start

No. 260, Jan. 8 - 15, 2004 Code Orange terror alert based on fabricated evidence

No. 259, Jan. 1 - Jan 7, 2004 Bush administration opens last North American rainforest to logging

No. 258, Dec. 25-Dec 31, 2003 Bethlehem to be encircled in steel as 'security fence' snakes its way around holy city

No. 257, Dec. 18-Dec. 24, 2003 Violence rages in Iraq after Hussein's capture

No. 256, Dec. 10-Dec. 17, 2003 United States exporting 'tools of torture'

No. 255, Dec. 4-Dec. 10, 2003 Incidents suggest revolt spreading wider in Iraq

No. 254, Nov. 27-Dec. 3, 2003 FTAA demonstrators encounter police state, torture

No. 253, Nov. 20-26, 2003 FTAA dissent faces clampdown in Miami

No. 252, Nov. 13-19, 2003 Seoul streets blaze with fire from Molotov cocktails

No. 251, Nov. 6-12, 2003 Bush cronies hit jackpot in Iraq, Afghanistan

No. 250, Oct. 30 - Nov. 5, 2003 US colonel killed in Iraq hotel attack, war architect barely survives

No. 249, Oct. 23-29, 2003 Bush visits provoke protests abroad

No. 248, Oct. 16-22, 2003 Unrest deepens in Bolivia as government begins to unravel

No. 247, Oct. 9-15, 2003 Escalating unrest in Bolivia has government cornered

No. 246, Oct. 2-8, 2003 America puts Iraq up for sale

No. 245, Sept. 25-Oct. 1, 2003 America puts Iraq up for sale

No. 244, Sept. 18-24, 2003 WTO talks collapse amidst protests in Cancun

No. 243, Sept. 11-17, 2003 US logging company yields to activist pressure

No. 241, Aug. 28-Sept. 3, 2003 3,500 confront Bush at Portland fundraiser

No. 240, Aug. 21-27, 2003 Peace talks held up by roadblocks

No. 239, Aug. 14-20, 2003 200,000 anti-corporate globalization activists rally in France

No. 238, Aug. 7-13, 2003 ‘Journalist spotted; journalist dead!’ Guatemala bleeds; US press shrugs

No. 237, July 31 - Aug. 6, 2003 US accused of human rights abuses in Iraq

No. 234, July 24-30, 2003 Liberian capital poised to fall; US embassy shelled

No. 235, July 17-23, 2002 Make way for the President: homes and businesses bulldozed, mass arrests for Bush’s Africa trip

No. 234, July 10-16, 2003 Confess or die, US tells jailed Britons

No. 233, July 3-9, 2003 Soldiers raid homes across Iraq to crush resistance

No. 232, June 26-July 3, 2003 Thousands protest pro-biotech conference

No. 231 June 19-25, 2003 International force pondered as Middle East explodes

No. 230, June 12-18, 2003 Seattle police use ‘less than lethal’ weapons on peaceful protesters

No. 229, June 5-11, 2003 G-8 meets safely behind militarized zone, as protests flourish

No. 228, May 28 - June 3, 2003 United Nations gives in tooccupation of Iraq

No. 227, May 22-28, 2003 Police make preemptive arrests at St. Louis bio-tech conference

No. 226, May 15-21 2003 ‘CIA front’ company bombed in Saudi Arabia

No. 225, May 8-14, 2003 Workers around the worldcelebrate May Day

No. 224, May 1-7, 2003 N. Korea promises merciless deadly blows against US

No. 223, Apr. 24-30, 2003 Iraqi democracy at odds with US strategy

No. 222, Apr. 17-23, 2003 Iraq awash in chaos and uncertainty in overthrow aftermath

No. 221, Apr. 10-16, 2003 Hundreds of casualties each hour as US takes Baghdad

No. 220, Apr. 3-9, 2003: Scores of civilians slaughtered in Iraq

No. 219, Mar. 27-Apr. 2, 2003: Asheville marches against war

No. 218, Mar. 20-26, 2003: BUSH LAUNCHES WAR ON IRAQ

No. 217, Mar. 13-19, 2003: WNC students join nationwide call for ‘Books Not Bombs’

Issue#116, Mar. 6-12, 2003: Mass protests against US war continue across globe

Issue#115, Feb. 27-Mar. 5, 2003: Full US control planned for Iraq

Issue#114, Feb. 20-26, 2003: Millions rally worldwide for peace

Issue#213, Feb. 13 - 19, 2003: Justice Department drafts vast new expansion of PATRIOT Act

Issue#212, Feb. 6- 12, 2003: World Bank aid arrives amid protests in Argentina

Issue#211, Jan. 30 - Feb. 5, 2003: Bush takes nation to edge of war

Issue#210, Jan. 23 - 29, 2003: Hundreds of thousands march for peace worldwide

Issue#209: Thousands in Us rally against war on Iraq

Issue#208: Israel bars Palestinians from peace talks

Issue#203- Bush rewrites national forest management law

Issue#202- US fortifies Czech city against NATO protests

Issue#201- Australians defy ban, march against WTO

Issue#200- UN resolution, US warplanes pave way to total war with Iraq

Issue#199- Protesters confront US-backed ‘free trade’ pact

Issue#198- DC hosts largest anti-war protest in US since Vietnam

Issue#197- White House losing patience with UN over Iraq

Issue#196- Columbus Day reviled by indigenous peoples

Issue#194- Worldwide protests blossom against US, Iraq war

Issue#193- Palestinians defy curfew, Israel opens fire

Issue#192- Iraq to admit arms inspectors, Bush to wage war

Issue#191- 100 jets conduct attack on Iraq

Issue#190- Thousands protest at World Summit - Bush absent, Powell heckled

Issue#189- Bush gets money, protesters get pepper spray (this issue will be updated soon)

Issue# 186- Allegations of racial profiling, brutality against APD

Issue#185- Colombia women’s peace march draws 20,000

Issue#184- Rioting students paralyze Kenyan capital

Issue#183- Mexican farmers take hostages, defeat gov’t displacement

Issue#182- Report: Earth will expire by 2050

Issue#181- Millions celebrate gay pride worldwide

Issue#180- Strikes and protests target ‘reforms’ in Spain, EU

Issue#179- Cops use tear gas, stun guns to quell G7 demonstrators

Issue#178-Coalition urges Taco Bell boycott

Issue#177- Pakistan and India on the brink of nuclear war

Issue#176-Thousands confront Bush in Germany

Issue#175-Coalition forces blunder through Afghanistan

Issue#174- Activists target US company over Bhopal disaster

Issue#173- People celebrate May Day with protests worldwide

Issue#172- Israel, US snub UN; more attacks

Issue#171- DC protests draw tens of thousands

Issue#170- US-backed coup in Venezuela fails

Issue#169- Worldwide protests erupt against Israel and the US

Issue#168- Israeli tanks roll over
‘path to peace’

Issue#167- Latin Americans protest ‘free trade,’ Bush

Issue#166- More than 300,000 protest against EU summit

Issue#165- Asheville homelessness issue heats up

Issue#164- Louima ruling protested in Brooklyn

Issue#163- Colombian civil war explodes, US implicated

Issue#162-Yucca Mountain site approved for nuclear waste dump

Issue#161-Hundreds march for rights of poor in Utah

Issue#160-Peaceful protest greets economic forum

Issue#159-NYC prepares to crack down on dissent at WEF

Issue#158-Hundreds turn out to denounce the Klan at Newport, TN rally

Issue#157- Neo-nazis, anti-racists battle in York, PA

Issue#156- Biodiversity being destroyed in North America

Issue#155- Argentine people boot two presidents in eleven days

Issue#154- Fed-up, Argentine people take to the streets, President flees

Issue#153- European Union summit draws massive protests

Issue#152- Seven arrested at march for Abu-Jamal

Issue#151- Israel attacks Arafat's bases

Issue#150- Taliban left with Kandahar; US considers new targets

Issue#149- 10,000 attend annual School of the Americas protest

Issue#148- Worldwide protest against WTO

Issue#147- US massacres civilian village; bombings escalate

Issue#146- Pentagon plans on Ramadan bombing campaign

Issue#145- US ground forces involved in Afghan firefight

Issue#144- US bombing increases civilian death toll

Issue#143- Civilian casualties in US war against Afghanistan

Issue#142- People march for peace in US, worldwide

Issue#141- White House continues push for war

Issue#140- US prepares for war

Issue#139- US finanical and military centers attacked

Issue#138- Earth First! groups blockade Tennessee Dept. of Transportation

Issue#137- Police harass Seattle Reclaim The Streets rally

Issue#136- DC police discuss plan for massive no-protest area at IMF/WB meetings

Issue#135- Argentina: a country in turmoil

Issue#134- 34 activists arrested at Y-12 nuclear weapons complex

Issue#133- International outcry over police violence in Italy

Issue#132- Tens of thousands march against G8 in Italy

Issue#131- Masked protesters fight face scans

Issue#130- With dynamiteand molotovs, Bolivian debtors occupy government buildings

Issue#129- Protesters ejected from economic summit

Issue#128- Barcelona pro-democracy march met by police violence

Issue#127- Bush dogged by protests throughout European trip: Swedish police use live ammunition on protesters

Issue#126- Thousands rally for SC dockworkers

Issue#125- Thousands protest police violence in Cincinnati

Issue#124- US-trained troops intensify Colombian war

Issue#123- Asheville activists "reclaim the streets"

Issue#122- Anti-Biotech action in Greensboro

Issue#121- Protesters charged with felonies, killer cop with misdemeanors

Issue#120- Millions of workers march for justice on May Day

Issue#119- Trade summit disrupted as protesters battle police in Quebec City streets

Issue#118- Uprising in Cincinnati

Issue#117- Argentines battle police over FTAA

Issue#116- Masked rebels address Mexican Congress

Issue#115- US funds fumigation in Colombia

Issue#114- Thousands protest global forum

Issue#113- Zapatistas march into Mexico City

Issue#112- Police attack activists during economic summit

Issue#111- Zapatistas begin "March for Dignity" to Mexico City

Issue#110- Local Earth First!ers lock down in Atlanta Staples

Issue#109- Greenpeace dumps biotech corn at EPA headquarters

Issue#108- Russia warns of new arms race

Issue#107- Protests in Ecuador intensify with military repression

Issue#106-Bush inauguration meets resistance

Issue#105- Zapatistas march in Asheville's sister city

Issue#104- Black leaders slam Bush presidency

Issue#103- New Zealand GE protest ends in arrests

Issue#102- Nuclear Regulatory Commission to allow CP&L nuclear waste expansion

Issue#101- Protests planned for Bush inauguration

Issue#100- Hundreds demand clemency for Peltier

Issue#99- Troops withdarw from Chiapas

Issue#98- Millions strike to protest IMF

Issue#97-TABD meets with resistance in Cincinnati

Issue#96- Police and workers battle in South Korea

Issue#95- Activists arrested atop Statue of Libery for Vieques protest

Issue#94-Protesters lay siege to EPA headquarters

Issue#93- Protesters slam Asian-European summit

Issue#92- Radiation alert under ozone hole in Chile

Issue#91- Citizens protest closed debates

Issue#90- Thousands protest presidential debate

Issue#89- Streets of Prague filled in protest of global capital

Issue#88- Shell faces murder charges

Issue#87- Protesters disrupt economic forum

Issue#86-Gulf War Syndrome is real

Issue#85-US wages war in Colombia

Issue#84- Colombian army blamed for child massacre

Issue#83- Protesters challenge Democrats in LA

Issue#82- Protesters abused in Philly jails

Issue#81- Protesters confront Republicans

Issue#80- Police attack biotech protest

Issue#79- South Koreans protest US military waste dump

Issue#78- Earth First! descends on Gore campaign office

Issue#77- Forty-thousand march for McDonald's saboteur

Issue#76- Human rights report criticizes child labor in US agriculture

Issue#75- Black Panther Party defends Shaka Sankofa

Issue#74- "US African Americans suffer more in drug war

Issue#73- "Pepper spray flies at OAS rally"

Issue#72- "Texecutions draw international scorn

Issue#71-Pentagon war crimes exposed

Issue#70-Nader files lawsuit against NC board of elections

Issue#69-Vieques protesters vow to fight on

Issue#68-Workers march for justice on May Day

Issue#67-Brazil: Repression stops 500th anniversary protests

Issue#66-Activists fight corporate

 

 

 

 

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