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‘Bristol Bomber’ police arrest man over arson attacks on four mobile phone and radio transmission masts

Europe

Police have arrested a man in connection with arson attacks on four mobile phone and local radio transmission masts last week – the latest in a wave of attacks apparently perpetrated by a group or individual dubbed the ‘Bristol Unabomber’.

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The Fire Next Time?

Europe

It is no accident that Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, is attempting to get a measure through the Greater London Authority about the use of water cannon by the Metropolitan Police. This wily politician, who masquerades as a lovable buffoon, is as sharp as many other members of his class, and has their alert class consciousness. He knows the social pressures are mounting continuously with more and more austerity measures piling up, on what seems like a daily basis.

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Lost in the Bosnian Floods

Europe

On May 13th, a cyclone dubbed Tamara hit southeastern Europe and, over only a few days, doused it with three months’ worth of rainfall. Relentless torrents swelled rivers and tributaries, breaching banks and bursting levees. The brunt of the surge swept through Bosnia, Serbia, and eastern Croatia, toppling bridges, swallowing up towns, and savaging miles of countryside. The governments of Bosnia and Serbia declared states of emergency and deployed rescue teams to evacuate survivors in the worst hit areas—where floodwaters were lapping at roof eaves.

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Arrests, detentions and interrogations – World Hockey Championship 2014 in Minsk

Europe

Several hours left before the official start of the World Hockey Championship 2014 in Belarus. Event that was planned in 2009 during another political thaw between the West and Lukashenko was constantly criticized by human rights and political organizations for support of Lukashenko’s political regime. Many groups called national hockey teams to boycott the championship, however International Federation of Ice Hockey decided once again that sport is standing apart from politics and retained the right for hosting championship in Minsk.

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Intro the Italian Section of the Situationist International

Europe

Miguel Amorós (born 1949) is a Spanish historian, theorist and militant anarchist; he has been influenced by, among other revolutionaries, the Situationist International. In the 1970s, he was a member of a number of anarcho-situationist groups, including Los Incontrolados, which wrote and published the book Wildcat Spain Encounters Democracy 1976-1978. In 1980, he participated in the project that published the writings of anarchists being held in an infamous prison in Segovia; the ex-situationist Guy Debord was a key player in this project and the two men exchanged letters in 1981.

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Police Believe Xeros Aided By Italian Anarchists; New Plots Planned

EuropeMainstream media report on the ongoing urban guerrilla struggles in Europe: Greek police believe seven members of Italian anarchist group Federazione Anarchica Informale (Informal Anarchist Federation, FAI) are collaborating with escaped November 17 member Christodoulos Xeros. The group last December claimed responsibility for lacing Coca Cola and Nestle products with hydrochloric acid, prompting product the drinks to be recalled from the Greek market. Police believe the group is hiding the fugitive Xeros and aiding him in plotting new terror attacks across the country.
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Bank of Greece hit by car bomb

A large car bomb exploded outside a Bank of Greece branch this morning in central Athens. Whilst damage was caused to the building there were no injuries. No claim of responsibility has yet been made. As the Greek government prepares to re-enter the financial markets on Thursday a bomb exploded in central Athens in the early morning. Security forces have closed off the area but photos show significant damage to the exterior of the building with the façade and windows broken.

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Greek police clash with retail employee protesters

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Hundreds of protesters battled with riot police in one of the Greek capital's main shopping districts. No injuries or damage have been reported. About 500 protesters, which included retail employees but also several anarchists, closed access to shops on a central Athens street and handed leaflets protesting the extension of Sunday shopping and longer opening hours for the shops. .

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Police storm Greif plant in Turkey held by strikers

Turkish police have raided a Greif Inc. sack factory in Istanbul that employees and sympathizers had occupied since February. Police detained at least 91 people, according to local media reports. A small group of protesters went to the building’s roof in response.

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Fracking Hell - how it is coming to Ireland & the development of resistance

Europe

On the 26th of March 2010, the Fianna Fail / Green governing coalition announced that they were inviting applications for ‘Onshore Licensing Options over the Northwest Carboniferous Basin and the Clare Basin.’ The senior minister in the department at the time was Green Party TD, Eamon Ryan. Conor Lenihan (Fianna Fail) was the department’s junior minister.

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