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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 4/27/11
Peace groups in the Twin Cities organized a special demonstration at the weekly Wednesday vigil at the Lake Street-Marshall Avenue Bridge, April 27, to oppose the ongoing and escalating U.S. and NATO intervention into Libya.
BY Kosta Harlan | Afghanistan | 6/08/10
Ten NATO occupation soldiers were killed by Afghan resistance forces on June 7, marking the deadliest day on record for the U.S. occupation of Afghanistan.
BY Kosta Harlan | Kandahar, Afghanistan | 4/13/10
In the early morning hours of April 12, U.S. troops fired on a bus in Kandahar, Afghanistan, killing five civilians and wounding 18 more. The driver of the bus, Esmate, said "They opened fire at us and I fell unconscious. The people who were killed were sitting in the seats just behind me."
NATO, Occupation
BY Kosta Harlan | Paktia, Afghanistan | 4/06/10
An investigation into the killings of five Afghan civilians by U.S. forces on Feb. 12 has revealed that the U.S. tried to cover up its responsibility for the deaths.
BY staff | United States | 8/27/09
Campus protests call for the immediate U.S. withdrawal and an unconditional end to the occupation of Afghanistan.
BY Kosta Harlan | Wardak Province, Afghanistan | 12/14/08
Another massacre by occupation forces in Afghanistan unfolded on Dec. 12 in the central province of Wardak.
BY Brian Chorley | United States | 2/25/08
Amidst at sea of U.S. flags, the rulers of Kosovo announced its ‘independence’ from Serbia, Feb. 17.
Kosovo, NATO, Serbia
BY Jim Paist | Minneapolis, MN | 8/01/99
About 25 people rallied at the Federal Building, July 29, to protest the U.S.-led NATO occupation of Yugoslavia's Kosovo province.
Kosovo, NATO
BY Mick Kelly | United States | 7/01/99
For 78 days the people and government of Yugoslavia resisted attempts by the United States and NATO to occupy the province of Kosovo.
NATO, 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.
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