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The eleventh anniversary of the US-Afghanistan war and occupation was marked with a destructive anti-imperialist, anti-capitalist, anti-colonial march though downtown Oakland Sunday night. More than 200 Afghans and their allies gathered at Oscar Grant Plaza...

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Three anti-NATO protesters who were arrested during a midnight raid on Wednesday have been accused of plotting “terrorist” attacks on Obama’s campaign headquarters, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s home & four Chicago police stations. Initially Chicago police denied to acknowledge that the...

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Matt Gratz, Political Fail Blog rebels hold a man at gun point After the international community decided to topple Libya’s government by way of military force, bombs and propaganda, the UN security council has passed...

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NATO officials are admitting that they made a “mistake” last month in Afghanistan when an an unarmed BBC journalist was gunned down by an American soldier, but are defending the killing by noting that the...

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As Chicago police ready their 13,000 strong army of militarized police for “mass arrests,” about 160 activists from about 50 different organizations met yesterday at the Chicago-Kent College of Law to organize and discuss logistics...

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War, what is it good for? Death and massive profits. American public relations companies have begun a bidding war to “help” the new Libyan government get on it’s feet. Maybe this is just karma paying...

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The collective consciousness known as ‘Anonymous’ has targeted the Syrian Defense Ministry’s website and published a message supporting the government’s opponents. A tweet from the AnonymousIRC Twitter account brought attention to the collectives’ work. The...

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Three journalists have been killed and 15 people injured in a NATO air strike, which targeted TV satellite dishes near the Libyan capital Tripoli on Saturday, Itar-Tass quotes the chief of the English department of...

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The Libyan rebels’ top military commander General Abdel Fatah Younes was killed by his comrades, local media reports, quoting a rebel minister. Younes and his two aides were killed on Thursday after being summoned to...

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Antisec hacks FBI contractor Mantech

July 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

Anonymous & Lulz Security or “Antisec” is preparing another leak of sensitive documents, in defiance of government efforts to intimidate its members. The hacktivst collective claims to be in the possession of sensitive documents involving...

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