Climate activists have criticised Danish police for employing draconian tactics after nearly 1,000 people were arrested in Copenhagen during climate change protests at the weekend: here.
About the Copenhagen conference: Climate justice campaigners have condemned Britain for being the only country to ask developing nations to repay “aid” given to tackle environmental change: here.
This video from the USA is called Berkeley Student PROTEST againt tuition hike- beaten by police!!!!!
Britain: David Miliband has launched an unprecedented attack on a High Court ruling which would force the government to disclose information relating to the detention and torture of Binyam Mohamed, branding it “irresponsible”: here.
Reprieve has accused the government of gross hypocrisy over its attempts to smear torture opponents and the media to deflect attention from its own shameful involvement in the abuse of Binyam Mohamed: here.
Legal action group Reprieve has dismissed attempts by a Tory member of the intelligence and security committee (ISC) to downplay MI5’s role in the torture of Binyam Mohamed: here.
New evidence cataloguing the torture and abuse of Binyam Mohamed by US intelligence services emerged on Thursday – despite the British government’s continued attempts to prevent details of his case being released: here.
The political fallout over revelations of Britain’s complicity in the torture by US forces of former Guantanamo Bay detainee Binyam Mohamed has embroiled the Brown government and MI5 in equal measure: here.
The Court of Appeal’s judgement in the Binyam Mohamed case reveals the depth of the relationship of the US and British security services: here.
Britain is becoming a police state, academics have warned after an MP announced that counter-terrorism officers were being stationed in universities identified as vulnerable to extremists: here.
The resort to martial law in the Philippines is directed against the working class and highlights the political consequences of the deepening global economic crisis and rising class tensions internationally: here.