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Ljubljana, Slovenia: Autonomous factory Rog evicted

Ljubljana. Slovenia. January 19. 2021. In the early morning hours riot cops showed up at the autonomous factory Rog. They started to evict the squatted facilities without an announcement and without a legal basis.

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Fascists and Covid Deniers in Vienna

Vienna. Austria. What happened on January 16 2021 afternoon in Vienna was a disgrace. It has taken me some time to process this, but there is no way that this can be allowed to remain unchallenged, or even just uncommented. Just to be perfectly clear, I entirely agree that there are more than enough reasons to criticise the neo-liberal response to this pandemic. The fact that public life has been shut down almost entirely for so long and all the insecurity that comes with that, is incredibly potent fuel for anger. Of course it is. I am angry too. I am sad too. I have no idea what will happen next, and that is an absolutely terrible situation to be in. But the reaction we saw in Vienna was sickening.

Image above: Cops kettled a group of antifascists for several hours

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Telegram censors BLM affiliated channels after far-right disinformation campaign

In the weeks following the January 6th assault on the U.S. Capitol, various right-wing extremist Telegram channels coordinated a campaign to remove BLM-affiliated and anti-fascist groups from the platform by submitting false reports to Telegram’s moderators.

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Greece: Anarchist Prisoners Nikos Maziotis and Giannis Dimitrakis Begin Hunger Strike in Solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas

Greece. Statement by Nikos Maziotis and Giannis Dimitrakis on the beginning of the hunger strike in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas (Greece, January 16, 2021).

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Nantes, France: Turbulent and colouful demonstration for fundemental rights

Nantes. France. This Saturday, January 16 in Nantes, the first day of a curfew, reintroduced in an authoritarian country.

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“Now and then the flame dies down, but solidarity is a stream of sparks” – An interview with Ilya Shakursky, imprisoned in the infamous “Network” case

ILYA SHAKURSKY, an antifascist political prisoner in Russia, appeals to you in this interview to write to him, and to others imprisoned in the infamous “Network” case. Please see a note at the end about where to send messages.

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Anathema A Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical: Volume 7 Issue 1, January 2021

Anathema, a Philadelphia anarchist periodical: Volume 7 Issue 1,January 2021.

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100 Anti-Fascists Rally In Montpelier – Armed Fascists Are A No-Show

Montpelier. Vermont. On November 3rd Trump lost the Presidential election in Vermont by a wider margin than in any other State in the union. But that did not prevent a couple dozen (peaceful) pro-Trump supporter from demonstrating in front of the Statehouse on January 6th. It was also feared that Trump’s lack of support in the Green Mountains would not prevent a minority of armed extremists from committing acts of violence today in our Capital.

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Keeping Austin Criminal: An Insurgent Review of 2020

Austin. Texas. 2020 was a year of insurgent milestones in Austin–an explosion of autonomous initiatives, a proliferation of insurrectionary tactics and revolt, and the weaving together of new connections between fragmented worlds inhabiting this territory.

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