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Published: 2017-05-02T00:55:41+00:00

 



The UK Indymedia website is to be archived

2017-04-04T09:52+02:00

Open publishing was disabled on this site in mid-July 2016 as there was a very low volume of original grass roots news reports from activists being posted and the collective running the site was dwindling as people were working on other things.




Ambulance Targeting Was Based On Turkish Disinformation

2016-07-16T08:11+02:00

It was an American-made helicopter abusing the name of a First Nations tribe which penetrated Syrian territory coming from Golan late June, in bright daylight approached a nameless Czech-made ambulance car, and fired a B7EV type air-to-ground missile killing a patient plus other inmates en route to a civilian hospital. One of many, too many casualties in a foreign-policy-fuelled war, it seemed, far too little a scandal to stand out among the daily dead – but now evidence leaked via the Alternative Intelligence Review site that this particular attack was triggered by Turkish surveillance authorities providing their Israeli counterparts with fake intelligence it would have been a senior Hamas operative wounded by insurgent snipers while seeking diplomatic contact with the Assad government. Yet instead Telaviv assassinated a Mongolian deli owner seeking stroke treatment.



What is Grybauskaite silent about?

2016-07-15T11:35+02:00

As early as the beginning of the first presidential term, at the meeting with members of Lithuanian National Security and Defence Committee, Dalia Grybauskaite took up the question of making public materials, stored in the archives and connected with the activities of KGB and other secret services, worked in Lithuania. "Lustration has to be finished by 2012", stressed the President.



Abu Sayyaf Release Australian Alternative Therapist for Good

2016-07-15T09:56+02:00

Despite a recent surge of violence on the archipelago, militants in the Philippine Islands this week set free an Australian hostage they had held in captivity for three years. The 38 year old Raph Ader who had been vacationing in a local community aside from the overcrowded beaches was abducted during a speed boat round trip in the area, of which his wife had said he hesitated to cancel despite her falling ill due to rumours it might be a last opportunity to see coral reefs threatened by climate warming.



Economy turns to nationalism

2016-07-12T08:09+02:00

A comment by former US Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers published in the Financial Times on Monday is indicative of two emerging developments in ruling circles: growing perplexity over the state of the global economy and a turn toward protectionism and economic nationalism.



The Blair Bridge Project (& solidarity with Manning & Assange)

2016-07-12T06:59+02:00

Banner drop in Wrexham yesterday in the wake of Chilcot and in solidarity with
- imprisoned WikiLeaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning serving 35 years in a US military prison
- WikiLeaks Editor in Chief Julian Assange, now beginning his 5th year denied safe passage from his refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, in what the UN has ruled to be arbitrary and unlawful detention.
FREE MANNING! FREE ASSANGE! END THE WARS!



Hungarian government cracks down on refugees

2016-07-12T06:20+02:00

This week, the Hungarian parliament in Budapest approved a further tightening of asylum laws and authorized the country’s security forces to deport refugees to Serbia and Croatia without due process.



Protests against police (USA)

2016-07-12T04:45+02:00

Large demonstrations continued across the United States over the weekend sparked by recent police murders in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Falcon Heights, Minnesota, and New York City. The new wave of protests followed the release of video footage showing police shooting and killing unarmed black men on Tuesday and Wednesday.



Cameron´s Failure – No One´s Success – Yet

2016-07-11T15:48+02:00

At times it is necessary to reveal the whole picture in order to make clear how much evil was prevented for the price of the trouble everyone found themselves confronted with. Had not days before the election, by losing temper when faced with anti-integration protesters, the German foreign minister with the statement that he could see Brussels from his office spoiled his party´s European election campaign, instead of a tired oligarch from Luxembourg there would now be a fiery fascist in its place. But Martin Schulz failed to take the powerful commissioner post and bring the manipulative zeal exercised in the Strasbourg parliament leadership to Brussels. Cameron´s grasp to deceive the British public with a contrarian straw-man from his old youth gang now has also failed. And deservedly so, making unequivocally clear that this is not a partisan crusade against liberals only or conservatives only, but an all-out campaign against the kind of democratic totalitarians who count everyone who ever had a landlord of the same name to their voter base regardless of people´s political will.



"Polish Auschwitz and Treblinka" surpass Volhynia, Ukrainian official says.

2016-07-11T13:36+02:00

Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for European integration Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, notable due to her demand to prove "something bad" involving UPA and Shuhevych ((image)  http://visitwinchestervirginia.com/media-ukraine-will-apologize-for-the-volyn-massacre-if-you-have-evidence/), failed to keep her balance after the Volhyn massacre had been branded genocide.



CDU/CSU coalition's collapse and the end of Merkel's career

2016-07-11T10:02+02:00

Brexit is not the only challenge for the Chancellor of Germany. The collapse of CDU/CSU & SPD alliance in the Bundestag carries a much greater threat, nullifying the role of the Christian Democratic Union, which is the native one for Merkel. You can come just to such conclusions through analyzing the recent political developments and the correspondence that passed between the leader of European People's Party's faction, Joseph Daul, and the European Parliament's Member from the CDU, Herbert Reul.



Chile’s GeneralCheyre arrested for Caravan of Death killings

2016-07-11T03:18+02:00

The former head of the Chilean Army, Juan Emilio Cheyre, has been arrested in connection with the extrajudicial executions of 15 suspected leftists in the early days of the country’s 17-year-long military dictatorship, installed through the US-backed coup led by Gen. Augusto Pinochet in 1973.



Pillippine: 72 People killed

2016-07-10T13:28+02:00

In the first week of the newly-installed Philippine administration of President Rodrigo Duterte, a total of 72 people have been killed by either the police or vigilantes on accusations of alleged criminality or participation in the illegal drug trade.



The racialist attacks on the film Free State of Jones (USA)

2016-07-10T09:13+02:00

The new film written and directed by Gary Ross, Free State of Jones, about a white farmer in Mississippi, Newton Knight, who led an insurrection against the Confederacy from 1863 to 1865, has come under sharp attack by right-wing elements in the American media. By right-wing elements, we mean the “new right” of identity politics advocates



Howard: Iraq-war was criminal

2016-07-09T15:05+02:00

in response to the publication of the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war in the United Kingdom, former intelligence official and now independent parliamentarian Andrew Wilkie has called for the prosecution of George Bush, Tony Blair and former Australian Prime Minister John Howard in an international war crimes trial.