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Catalan Independence: debates and polemics among anarcho-syndicalists

The question of the independence of Catalonia raises lively debates within libertarian unions. This is the case with the CGT anarcho-syndicalist union, which has 60,000 members, almost a third of whom are based in Catalonia.

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#Derry: Bloody Sunday 2020: An injustice to one is an injustice to all!

Derry/Londonderry. North-Irish territory. 2020 marks the 48th anniversary of the 1972 Bloody Sunday in Derry, a day in which 14 innocent people were murdered on the streets of Derry as the British State who deployed  the notorious Paratroop Regiment in an effort smash a peaceful a civil rights march.

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Video: Hands off #Exarcheia: New Democracy’s War on Anarchists

Athens, Greek territory. On July 8th, 2019, the New Democracy government of Kyriakos Mitsotakis assumed power in Greece, after campaigning on a promise to ‘clean up’ the central Athens neighbourhood of Exarchia, and ‘take it back’ from the anarchists. Since then, the Greek state has launched a renewed attack against the anarchist and self-organized migrant movements, targeting squats and promising future raids. Against this threat, Greek anarchists have responded with characteristic resolve and determination.

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