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Italy/France: Crossing the border – March against the frontiers

300 march across the Italian border at Montgenevre.

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Interview – Another vision of sport: The red gyms of the Palestre Popolari in Italy

In Italy Palestre Popolari (popular gyms) a.k.a. red gyms are going strong, in Rome alone you can find seven. All of them in squatted buildings. The range of disciplines vary depending on the politics of the specific social centre and its organizers. For example, if you go to Centro Sociale la Torre (a small squatted farm filled with children) the kind of activities you find in the gym are Capoeira, juggling, aerial acrobatics, Chinese pole and archery. Basically it is the needs of the community, and the original discipline of the trainers, that broadly shape the nature of a popular gym.

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Italian Elections: there’s nothing more depressing in a desert of ideas and perspectives

Given the current programmatic poverty of the bourgeoisie, not voting is a duty. However, today, that isn’t enough.

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About Fascism and Anti-fascism in Italy today

This article has been written for the greek anarchist newspaper Apatris,where the greek translation will appear in the iusse n°39.

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#Florence: Pensioner Shot and Killed Idy Diène After Elections in #Italy

Italy: A 60-year old (according to some media reports the shooter was 65, EIE) white man shot and killed Idy Diène, just one day after the general elections in Italy. 

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The resistible rise of neofascism in #Italy and its opponents

What is happening in Italy right now? In the wake of the recent episodes of xenophobic and right-wing attacks and terrorism, has the people of Italy turned conservative – or outrightly fascist? Little can be inferred about the state of the country from mainstream reports and correspondents, who in most cases present it through the lenses of party politics, corrupt elites, a stagnant and possibly bankrupt economy and soaring migration-related problems.

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#Brescia, #Italy: Serious Fascist Incendiary Attack at the CSA Magazzino 47 Social Center

Statement by the CSA MAGAZZINO 47 social center after the fascist incendiary attack in Brescia, Italy.

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#Italy: From #Macerata to #Piacenza: #Antifa’s are Unwilling to Delegate, and Counter-Attack!

Last week in Italy there was a strong antifascist reaction in the streets of dozens of cities after the terrorist attack in Macerata (Marche) by Luca Traini, a Lega xenophobic party militant who shot and injured six black-skin people as a kind of vigilante revenge against other crimes occurred there. With rampant media overexposure of far-rightist messages also by traditionalist Forza Nuova and neofascist CasaPound parties – in a context where racism and borders are largely deployed by the Government against migrants and poor people – over two hundreds of demonstrations in a week show a way to start a new long-term general struggle against supremacism and fascist ideology in the crisis. Here is the translation of our (Infoaut) statement about the demonstrations all over the country last Saturday.

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Urgent Call for Solidarity: February 10 – Antifascist Demo in #Macerata, #Italy

Luca Traini, a fascist terrorist, took a car Saturday 3rd of February and started to shot with a gun to all the black people that he was able to see. He injured at least 6 people before getting caught. He surrendered to the police with an Italian flag on his shoulder under a fascist monument doing the Roman salute. It was clearly a planned attack. That’s happened in Macerata, a town in the centre of Italy.

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