BY Staff | Minneapolis, MN | 6/19/10
On Thursday, anti-war activists protested at Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar’s office to demonstrate against the Obama administration’s escalating war in Afghanistan. The Anti-War Committee of Minneapolis-St. Paul organized the protest.
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."
BY Kosta Harlan | Iraq | 4/05/10
The organization WikiLeaks released a leaked video today showing footage of U.S. soldiers indiscriminately gunning down Iraqis from an Apache helicopter gunship
BY Daniel Ginsberg | Milwaukee, WI | 3/23/10
One hundred people marched here, March 19, to protest the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan on the seventh anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.
BY Kosta Harlan | Iraq | 3/10/10
Parliamentary elections took place in occupied Iraq on March 8 as rockets and mortars slammed into the Green Zone and U.S. military bases across the country.
BY Jose Maria Sison | Haiti | 1/26/10
More than ever, the earthquake disaster in Haiti exposes the social vulnerability and devastation caused by two centuries of colonial slavery, debt bondage and modern imperialism.
BY Kosta Harlan | Mehtarlam, Afghanistan | 12/08/09
Hundreds of Afghans took to the streets on Dec. 8 to protest the killings of 15 civilians by U.S. forces during an overnight raid on Armal village.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 12/02/09
Freedom Road Socialist Organization denounces the escalation of the bloody and unjust U.S. war in Afghanistan. We condemn the decision made by the White House and Pentagon to ‘surge’ over 30,000 U.S. and NATO forces into Afghanistan in an attempt to stabilize a failing occupation regime.
BY Staff | Minneapolis, MN | 12/01/09
At a packed press conference here Dec. 1, leaders of the Twin Cities peace movement responded to President Obama’s announcement that 30,000 more troops are being dispatched to Afghanistan.