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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 7/01/99
The Iraq Peace Action Coalition (IPAC) has plans for a public protest of U.S. policy in Iraq. The protest will mark the 9-year anniversary of the imposition of economic sanctions against Iraq.
BY Meredith Aby-Keirstead | Washington, D.C. | 6/07/99
June 5, over 60 Minnesotans marched in the largest national protest against the U.S. and NATO bombing campaign in Yugoslavia.
BY staff | Brussels, Belgium | 4/07/99
Hundreds of people defied police in Brussels, Belgium on April 3, and demonstrated against the U.S./NATO war against Yugoslavia.
BY Jess Sundin | Minneapolis, MN | 1/02/99
In December, a year of US threats finally escalated to a full-scale, military assault on Iraq. The bombing campaign caused thousands of Iraqi deaths, and destroyed hospitals, roads, phone lines and civilian factories.
BY Heather Tuskowski | Chicago, IL | 10/31/98
The weekend before Thanksgiving, November 21 and 22, people from around the country will gather in Fort Benning, Georgia, to demand that the School of the Americas be closed. Student activists from Chicago area campuses have joined the mobilization.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/20/98
The Twin Cities-based Emergency Committee Against US Intervention in Yugoslavia sent a solidarity statement to an October 16 anti-war demonstration in Brussels, Belgium.
BY Peter Frase | Minneapolis, MN | 10/17/98
Public disapproval is growing fast against US-backed UN sanctions against Iraq. October 1-14, peace and justice groups nationwide protested the sanctions.
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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/12/98
Twin Cities peace organizations are mobilizing to stop the U.S. war threats to Yugoslavia.
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