Tag Archives: Repression

Athens: Trial Against Activists Who Re-Occupied Villa Amalias Begins

On January 9, 2013,  93 anarchists fight their way in against riot cops in and re-occupied Villa Amalias, after it was evicted on December 20th, 2012. After more than 4 years, the trial against the 93 anarchists will start on March … Continue reading

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#Belarus: Hundreds of Protesters Detained After Massive Wave of Repression

March 25 was planned by some liberal opposition leaders as the day of the biggest protest against Lukashenko’s policies this year. The biggest one on the wave of the recent anti-government demonstrations that started in February this year. It ended … Continue reading

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Solidarity Action in #Dortmund, #Germany for Arrestees in #Belarus

The biggest protests in years took place in dictatorial Belarus. They were caused by a new law, forcing every who has not been working for at least 6 months in one year to pay a “tax”. With this “tax” of … Continue reading

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Political Repression Beyond The Baton

Mike King’s new book, When Riot Police Are Not Enough, describes how movements are repressed when overt police violence is unsuccessful. Image: Occupy Oakland eviction

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Calls Rise For Full Scottish Spycops Inquiry as Police Admit Holding Secret Files

Police Scotland has confirmed the existence of 1,168 files linked to the policing of protests in 2005 against the G8 in Scotland, including one described as holding “intelligence briefings” on spycops — prompting campaigners to raise new calls for a … Continue reading

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Repression in Russia & Spain Spikes Against Anarchists

Two major reports from branches of the Anarchist Black Cross have provided insights into the impact of repressive measures being taken against anarchists in Russia and Spain under the guise of “anti-terror” strategies.

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Food & Trial Preparation: Solidarity With “March for Freedom” Activists

Two and a half years after the internationally organized March for Freedom, six activists are going to trial. During the day of action on May 5, 2014 there were thirteen brutal arrests at a demonstration on the Kirchberg in Luxemburg. … Continue reading

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Trial Marathon in #Belarus – 52 Protesters Jailed

In the last weeks there were several protests in Belarus. Last wednesday there were demonstrations in at least 3 cities and many activists were arrested. On March 16th there were many trials in Belarus. Image: One of the arrested in … Continue reading

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#NoDAPL: Krow’s Extradition Hearing Scheduled for April 5

Krow is in need of your support! Her extradition hearing was just moved—it will take place on April 5 at 2:00 PM at the Morton County Courthouse, 210 2nd Ave NW, Mandan, North Dakota. At the hearing they will try … Continue reading

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#Antifa #Sacramento: Fighting Fascism in the Face of State Repression

Yesterday, news broke that the CHP is urging the DA to charge 106 individuals with 514 misdemeanors and 62 felonies over the shutdown of the white nationalist rally at the state capitol nearly a year ago. This development, while alarming … Continue reading

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