Sunday October 25, 2020
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BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 6/01/05
U.S. Labor Against War (USLAW) will tour six Iraqi trade unionists across the country soon.
BY Alan Dale | Minneapolis, MN | 3/23/05
On Saturday, Mar. 19 over 1500 people participated in a Minneapolis anti-war demonstration, under the call, “ U.S. troops…out now!”
BY Geert Van Morter | Belgium | 3/22/05
Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena, kidnapped in Iraq, was shot at by U.S. soldiers on Mar. 4, right after her release.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 3/20/05
A noisy crowd of protesters, with banners demanding, “No to war and occupation,” marched here, Mar. 19.
BY Arthur Henson | Iraq | 3/01/05
Insurgents are continuing to mount attacks across Iraq, targeting oil pipelines, military installations and U.S. troops, along with American-trained Iraqi police and guardsmen.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 2/21/05
About 100 people demonstrated here Jan. 29 to oppose the occupation and fake elections in Iraq.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 12/01/04
Two hundred people gathered here Nov. 8 to protest the U.S. attack on the Iraqi resistance in Fallujah.
BY Tracy Molm | Iraq | 7/15/04
Surrounded by American troops, a handful of the media were summoned June 28 to witness a truly strange event - Paul Bremer, the U.S. head of Iraq’s occupation, announcing a ‘transfer of power’ to a government headed by Prime Minister Iyad Allawi.
BY staff | United States | 3/25/04
Millions of people in cities around the world hit the streets March 20 to protest the U.S.-led occupation of Iraq. Massive demonstrations took place in London, Brussels, Seoul, Tokyo and thousands of other cities and towns in 45 countries.
BY Jared Cruz | Iraq | 2/01/04
The continued strength of the Iraqi resistance has created a growing crisis for the occupiers.
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