Cops and Students Battle at Quebec National Assembly

  • Posted on: 28 October 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Cops and Students Battle at Quebec National Assembly
Thursday, October 27, 2005
Riot police fired tear gas at rebellious students in front of the Quebec National Assembly (provincial legislature) yesterday. Some among a demonstration of 300 people demanding free education waved anarchist black flags and threw paint-bombs and rocks at police. Police made no arrests.
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CONCERNING THE ATTACK ON AN ANARCHIST COMRADE

  • Posted on: 25 October 2005
  • By: worker

CONCERNING THE ATTACK ON AN ANARCHIST COMRADE AT THE STUDENT RESTAURANT IN THESSALONIKI, GREECE ON 3/10/2005

Another attack on a member of the “Antiauthoritarian Movement� took place, this time in the student restaurant of Thessaloniki on Monday afternoon 3/10. The anarchist comrade Gregory Thomopoulos, from the Anarchist Archive of Thessaloniki, who has been trialed twice, heavily accused with, because of his participation in demonstrations, was attacked by about 10 bullyboys of the “A.M.�, armed with helmets and sticks, while he was leaving the student restaurant of Thessaloniki.

Situation of anarchist prisoners in Barcelona

  • Posted on: 24 October 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td><strong>Urgent request for solidarity!</strong><br><br>The Valdemoro prison director has decided that Rafa, an anarchist prisoner, and Javi, communist prisoner, should stop sharing their cell and should rather be put with other common prisoners. Unhappy with this decision they decided to protest and received a beating together with a period of isolation.They also have to wait for the result of two punishment reports that the guards have done, as a result of these protests, which imply 32 days of isolation.

Successful Anarchist Bookfair Marred by Police Attack

  • Posted on: 24 October 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Thousands of people crammed into the London Voluntary Resource Center in Holloway Road for the 22nd annual Anarchist Bookfair on Saturday 22 October. As usual people came together to buy and trade books, films, t-shirts, stickers, gossip, and new directions for the anarchist movement in Britain and beyond. About three dozen meetings and seminars took place throughout the day, on subjects such as precarious labour conditions, no-borders and migration issues, anarchism in film, housing co-operatives, and the proposed National ID card scheme.

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