Immigration cops (IND) raided a squat in a squat in the Schilderswijk district in The Hague this morning: This morning at 07:10 the police and the IND raided a squat in the Schilderswijk to arrest our friend Ali. Update: 14:33 (03:33pm) : Ali was released again!
Statement by a group about the attack on a new (it’s in construction) police station in the Elberfeld district in Wuppertal, Germany.
Following the publication of a communiqué claiming responsibility for a fire in a garage at a Grenoble police depot (gendarmerie) during the night of September 20th/21st, Indymedia Grenoble and Indymedia Nantes have been threatened by the French police.
In Freiburg, Germany about 800 people took part in an unregistered demonstration in solidarity with Linksunten Indymedia on Saturday. Linksunten Indymedia was banned on August 25 in Germany. A report.
Solidarity statement about Linksunten by the Greek section of the Anarchist Federation.
Activists projected the excessive police violence during the NoG20 protests on the German consulate in Amsterdam last night. Meanwhile repression is growing in Germany. After the ban on Linksunten on August 25, authorities deployed SEK squads with automatic riffles against a peaceful antifa demonstration in Wurzen, Germany yesterday.
Image: Activists projected the excessive police violence during the NoG20 protests on the German consulate in Amsterdam last night. Image by Indymedia NL.
Press release from the Coordination des Groupes Anarchistes, an organization member of Anarkismo in France about the recent shut down and ban on the German-speaking website Linksunten Indymedia and the house raids that followed.
After the raids in Freiburg, Germany on August 25, there will be a demonstration on September 9. The demonstration will start at 07:00pm (19:00) at Bertoldsbrunnen in Freiburg, Germany.
Image: Solidarity with Linksunten Indymedia demonstration in Berlin on August 27.
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.
Linksunten released a statement on their banned website earlier today, saying: “We will be back soon.” It shows that the media activists still have control over their website and could be the beginning of a huge Streisand effect. More solidarity demonstrations today. Refresh the page for updates.
The German government banned the linksunten.indymedia website today. According to German mainstream media the decision was given to 3 alleged “operators” of the indymedia platform. Refresh the page to read the updates.
Screenshot: Report that the German federal interior ministery banned linksunten.
We republish an analysis by members of the de.indymedia collective that have put G20 Hamburg into the context of the last two decades of media change.