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#Turin: Call for Solidarity with the Imprisoned of Operazione Scintilla

Italian territitory: Summary of the recent repressive operation in Italy in connection with the resistance against the Italian migration regime.

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#Paris: Refugees evicted in Porte-de-la Chapelle

Tuesday evening, saw a massive eviction of Paris’s Porte de la Chapelle urban camp. According to Paris Refugee Ground Support (Warning Facebook Link), hundreds were brought to gymnasiums to get out of the cold overnight — but hundreds more were left behind to fend for themselves.

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#RefugeesGR: Cars of Hope Collective to support refugee squats in #Athens again

Last year the Cars of Hope collective from Wuppertal (German territory)supported self organized mutual aid projects on Lesvos, in Athens and in Bosnia. Next month activists of the Cars of Hope collective will be in Athens to support the Notara 26 refugee squat, which they also visited and supported in January 2018 and the Azadi refugee squat. They will also support the food distribution for homeless people in Athens.

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#NoBorders: Joke Kaviaar, activist, has been arrested – Support Group 13 September calls for protest

Joke Kaviaar has been arrested. That news has become known today, 24 January 2019. Her arrest was a matter of time after her earlier conviction became definitive after appeal and cassation on 8 January 2019. Joke Kaviaar will now do a prison time for two months and two weeks. Three days will be subtracted because of pre-trial arrest. That means there will be 71 days inside a cell.

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#NoBorders Kitchen #Lesvos: In memory and rage

Statement from No Border Kitchen Lesvos about the death of Jean Paul, a 24 year old man from Cameroon.

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#Bosnia: Authorities try to force No Name Kitchen to stop working in Velika Kladusa

Statement by No Name Kitchen about the attempt by Bosnian authorities to stop mutual aid operations of No Name Kitchen in Velika Kladusa.
Local authorities have now decided to forbid the volunteers of No Name Kitchen to offer any service or help.

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#Amsterdam: At least 12 military police involved in deportation violence against Sudanese refugee Ezzedine Mehimmid

On January 5th, Anna was on flight KL0565 from Amsterdam to Nairobi. The Dutch state used the same flight to deport Sudanese refugee Ezzedine Mehimmid. Here’s what Anna reported.

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#Tijuana: Viva La Resistencia! Contra Viento Y Marea – Benito Juarez Warehouse Occupation Ended

Mexican territory: Update on the attempts by the Mexican state to evict the Benito Juarez squat, a warehouse that was offering space and shelter for people that arrived in Tijuana from the Caravana Migrante.

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Notes from the US: Tear gas and lies at the border

Roundup, Jan 14th. The Sinclair Broadcast Group is a notorious provider of right-wing propaganda. At the end of last year it attracted mass criticism after obliging its local news affiliates to run an item which attempted to justify Trump’s tear-gassing of asylum seeking refugees on the US border a few weeks earlier. 

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