Anarchists changed the tradition at "YOK" protests

  • Posted on: 7 November 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td><strong>06.11.2006-Istanbul(Turkey)-Anarchists changed the "6 november" tradition at the "YOK" protests..</strong><br><br>

founded during the coup by the military government in 1981, the institution "YOK" has been protested every 6th of november - on its birthday - because of the oppression it created on leftwing students over years.

however, anarchists changed the topic this year and pointed the education itself as a source of "evil" and made the demo against education.

Anarchist anti-fascist actions in Russia 4th of November 2006

  • Posted on: 4 November 2006
  • By: worker

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Last year, Russian authorities decided finally to get rid of the ceremonialweight of the October revolution, scrapping the holiday of 7th of November (which had for years been called "Day of pacification and agreement"). But as increasing amount of working days would hardly make you re-elected, a new holiday had to be added to calendar - 4th of November, "Day of unification of the nation".

Anarchists ready for Bush (Estonia)

  • Posted on: 4 November 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>The president of USA, George W. Bush is visiting Estonian capital Tallinn on 27th-28th November, before he flys off to neighbouring Latvia for the NATO summit in Riga.<br><br>Members of local anarchist movement PunaMust <a href="http://www.punamust.org">www.punamust.org</a> and other activists are already preparing themselves for the visit as Tallinn is covered with stickers reading "Warning!

Bradley Will Killed in Oaxaca

  • Posted on: 28 October 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td><strong>Anarchst, NYC Indymedia Journalist Murdered in Oaxaca City Seige</strong><br><br>On Friday morning Brad Will was shot and killed during an attempt by the Mexican government and paramilitary forces to retake Oaxaca after five months of worker control. We here at Anarchist News did not know Brad. So we will attempt to tell his story in his own words and the words of his friends.

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