Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 04/01/2015 - 08:22
Peru, Arequipa: very heavy policing on 8th day of indefinite strike against Tia Maria mining project “Strikers say policemen threw and fired tear gas and shot from helicopters…. hundreds of policemen attacked and entered their homes by force to arrest people …”…they entered the houses with arrogance, kicking down doors to arrest people just because we are against polluting mining… With more than three thousand police they besieged the whole of Cocachacra and kidnapped all the people of Tambo Valley. They have also police contingents in Mollendo to stop the population having access or making its way to us.
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From Dialectical Delinquents
I want to apologize for not regularly keeping up with this posting the last few weeks. Given the swelling unrest following the Ferguson verdict and my engagement with it, some smaller projects this one were allowed to fall through the cracks. Here is a compilation of everything that has happened since November 17th; starting next week, this will again become a weekly post.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 11/17/2014 - 08:30
France, Montpellier: 3rd night of mini-riots round impoverished group of housing estates “Forty to fifty young people, some of whom had their faces covered with hoods and scarves assaulted police and firefighters, with no casualties, on Saturday night 15th to Sunday, November 16th on the tense estate of Petit- Bard..They threw stones at police, traveling first by car and then on foot, while igniting gas cyliniders placed in skips