Hamburg: Speech by United we Stand at the prison rally on April 13, 2019 – Solidarity means continue fighting!Continue reading Repression after #NoG20 #Hamburg: Solidarity means Continue Fighting!
Berlin: The district around Rigaer Straße has been a so-called danger area for at least three years now. This gives the cops the legal legitimation to carry out checks independent of suspicion.Continue reading #Berlin, #Rigaer: Resistance in the danger area – Solidary trial support
Today we have hung up four banners at various locations in The Hague, the Netherlands, in solidarity with the anarchists being prosecuted in Belgium. Hundreds of flyers were also thrown around.Continue reading The Hague: Bannerdrops in solidarity with the anarchist being prosecuted in #Belgium
From 2008, the Belgian State started a large investigation aiming at different struggles – but always without concessions – against detention centres, borders, prisons and the world of authority and exploitation. In its viewfinder: the anarchist library Acrata, anarchist and anti-authoritarian publications (Hors Service, La Cavale and Tout doit partir), dozens of fl yers and posters, more than a hundred actions, attacks and sabotages…in other words the fi ght against Power in all its different expressions.Continue reading Date announced in extensive trial against anarchists in #Belgium
German territory: When the exchange platform and the leftist medium linksunten.indymedia was banned in the summer of 2017 in the course of the G20 protests, it didn’t take long for three Berlin journalists to take the initiative and show their solidarity with those affected and resisted the ban with an article. Now they are prosecuted themselves – the accusation: use of the trademark of a forbidden association and support of this association.Continue reading Solidarity with the Solidarians – We are all #Linksunten #Indymedia!
Repressions against Russian anarchists, March 2019. Over the past few years, a campaign of repression by the police and special services has been launched against anarchists in Russia. The situation of repression is constantly changing and being updated, and therefore we have prepared this list of cases against anarchists over the past few years, which is relevant for March 2019.Continue reading Repression against Russian anarchists
The owners of the Belgrade Maksim Caffe Lounge Bar are currently receiving threats from the Serbian police as well as Turkish authorities to close down the café due to its alleged perpetuation of ‘terrorist activities’.Continue reading #Turkey’s ‘purge’ spreads to #Serbia as police threatens a Kurdish owned café
German territory: After lignite protest: environmental activists* in five-day police custody for identity verification. “Stop Police Law NRW”alliance demands release of prisoners from unconstitutional police custody.Continue reading New #NRW state police law used for the first time against climate activists: 3 people imprisoned
On February 1, in Moscow, Russian FSB has raided several flats and arrested 10 people under « conspiracy charges ». All of them were later released, after all-day interrogations and physical tortures, except one person, Azat Miftahov.Continue reading #Russia: New repression against Russian anarchists
A Russian newspaper has published evidence that the FSB used a neo-Nazi agent provocateur to try to entrap defendants in the “Network” case, who were then arrested and tortured.Continue reading Russian security services may have used agent provocateur to frame up anti-fascists