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Anarchist Political Prisoner Eric King Details Brutal Attack By US Police

Statement by Eric King about the brutal attack by US police.

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#Berlin: Against the European Police Congress – Without borders, Self-determined, Solidary

Call for a demo on February 16 against the European Police Congress 2019 in Berlin, German territory.

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#HambacherForest: Solidarity action to commemorate #OuryJalloh

The Hambacher Forest occupations are under immediate thread of eviction. But activists in the forest still found the time for a protest to commemorate Oury Jalloh.

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Welcome to #NRW, where people can be imprisoned up to 28 days without being charged

After Bavaria, the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) will be the second German state with a new police law. On Wednesday NRW state parliament voted in favour of the new police law. Cops can now imprison people up to  28 days without being charged. But that’s not all…

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#Ukraine: Raids and Arrests of Anarchists in #Kiev, #Lviv and #Dnipro

On the 6th of December, police and Ukrainian Security Forces arrested and searched anarchists in Kyiv, Lviv and Dnipro.

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#Geldern, German territory – Demonstration: Why did #AmadAhmad have to die? We demand clarification, now!

German territory: More than two months after Amad’s death in prison in Kleve, we want to demonstrate in Geldern on Saturday December 15, 13.30 (01:30pm). We demand immediate clarification of the circumstances of his death.

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#HambacherForest: Statement to the police operation on November 22

Statement by activists from Hambacher forest about the police operation on November 22.

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10 years after police murder on #Alexis: A world without police

The second article of our series 10 years after police murder on Alexis is an essay by Peter Gelderloos from December 2014: A World Without Police. “In the media lens, young students were justifiably protesting in the streets after the police murder of 15-year-old Alexis Grigoropoulos, anarchists were hijacking the event to burn police stations, and immigrants were taking advantage of the situation to loot stores. None of these characterizations are based on fact. Millions of young people and old, Greeks and immigrants, participated in the uprising, in a variety of ways.”

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#HambacherForst: Memorial for #Steffen destroyed during operation by police and #RWE – To #ExtinctionRebellion: Why the police are not our friends

On Thursday a large operation by cops and RWE security personnel destroyed several ground structures of occupations in Hambacher Forest. During the operation the memorial for Steffen, who died during the last major wave of evictions in September, was completely destroyed. A major problem is that many liberals still support the police. Not just on the German territory: Yesterday a video appeared with an Extinction Rebellion activist negotiating with a cop about chartering buses for arrestees. Mass arrests and negotiating with cops as a tacic. Seriously?

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Event invitation: From #London to #Ferrara: together in solidarity against police brutality

This September, we witnessed the Supreme Court reject Mark Duggan’s family’s request to appeal the 2014 ruling that stated that his murder by the police was a lawful killing. Just a few days ago, the judges of the Italian Supreme court acquitted the three ‘carabinieri’ accused of manslaughter for the death of Riccardo Magherini, which took place on the 3rd March 2014 in Florence. Is there ever justice when the State is to be found guilty?

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