On May 20 9 houses were squatted in Berlin and another one in Potsdam. Cops evicted the squats on the same day, but people are not giving in and call for more squatting actions and a demo on May 25 in Berlin.
In Berlin activists squatted many buildings today. Until now the cops seem to be unable to cope and didn’t evict the squatted buildings. Updated again and again. Refresh your browser to see the newest updates. Reminder: phone number of the legal team (EA) in Berlin is: 030 69 22222
Today the chaos and discussion days in Berlin will end. Last night there was an unregistered demo for a revolutionary solidary world in solidarity with anarchist prisoners and against the police raids earlier this week.
Today, Sunday August 27 there will be a demonstration in Berlin in solidarity with Linksunten Indymedia. The indymedia was shut down by the German government on Friday.
Image: Demonstration in Freiburg, Germany last night in solidarity with Linksunten Indymedia. Tonight there will be a demonstration in Berlin.
On September 9 there will be a demonstration in Berlin under the slogan: “To whom does the city belong? Standing together in solidarity against high rents & evictions! – For a grassroots city!” The demonstration at September 9 will start at 02:00pm (14:00) at Oranienplatz in Berlin. On September 8 there will be a decentralizef day of action.
About 200 riot cops and a SEK squat evicted the squatted old Teppich Fabrik in Berlin earlier today.
Image: SEK squat during the eviction of the Teppich Fabrik squat in Berlin earlier today.
About 120 people came to a solidarity gathering to the squatted old Teppich Fabrik on Friday, after a court order which allows the owner to let the cops evict the building also known as “Die Platte” in Berlin’s Friedriechshain district.
On Friday, August 11, there will be a gathering in front of the Teppichfabrik squat in Berlin’s Friedrichshain district. The gathering will start at 06:00pm (18:00). The squat is permantly sieged by riot cops and private securities.
Riot cops are patrolling around the squatted Teppich Fabrik (Carpet factory) in the Friedrichshain district in Berlin. A spokesperson of the cops told German daily that they want to prevent that supporters come to the squat. In Rigaer Strasse tension is high after authorities allowed to block the street for the coming 18 months for another gentrification project.
Friedel 54 in Berlin has been home away from home for many of us throughout the years, as it was always open for our talks, discussions, and meetings. Places like Friedel are important because they are a meeting point for local and international activists, a place that stands against effects of gentrification and inspires us to fight where we live, stand and work.