Fort Jesup, La., June 30, 1845. Orders came last evening by express from Washington City
Ellen Kemp looks at the Israelis who have taken an unheralded stand against the invasion of Lebanon.
Throughout July and August peace activists in Israel took to the streets to condemn the war in Lebanon. Many of these activists are part of the movement that has continuously demonstrated against the occupation of the West Bank and the incursion into Gaza and has supported Palestinian resistance against The Wall dividing the region.
"In Latin America, he said, the border between soccer and politics is vague."
"... existing tensions between the two countries were inflamed by rioting during the second North American qualifying round for the 1970 FIFA World Cup. On July 14, 1969, the Salvadoran army launched an attack against Honduras. The Organization of American States negotiated a cease-fire which took effect on July 20, with the Salvadoran troops withdrawn in early August." (Wikipedia)
After more than five months of negotiations, Deputy Leader of the Islamic Dawa Party Nouri Al-Maliki was named as the new Iraqi Prime Minister last month, immediatedly promising to end the insurgency
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Recently the Iraqi security services have been condemned for the widespread employment of death-squads, targeted assassinations and torture, with 1,000 bodies a month now appearing regularly at Baghdad morgue.
The Iraqi regime has frozen all the bank accounts of the Iraqi oil workers' union, both abroad and within Iraq.
The Iraqi regime’s decision comes in the wake of a series of anti-union measures, including the disbanding of the council of the lawyers’ union, freezing the writers’ union accounts and the September 2005 decree making all trade union activity illegal.
An account by Pablo Ruiz of his contact and activity with Jaime Balius in the Spanish Civil War and Friends of Durruti group, written after Balius's death in 1981