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Article by the Turkish section of the ICC outlining the nature of the recent events in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya and across the Middle East and trying to draw an understanding of the current...
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A history of the occupation of the Plessey capacitor plant in 1982 after its closure was announced by 220 women workers.
An interview with Noam Chomsky in which he exposes the hypocrisy behind the "humanitarian" bombing of Yugoslavia and outlines its real causes.
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