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Shoot to kill is state murder
THE MEDIA and political establishment have closed ranks following the death of a Brazilian man at the hands of armed police in London.

‘This is about Iraq, Mr Blair’ — father of soldier killed in Iraq speaks out
Peter Brierley, who lost his son Shaun in Iraq in 2003, spoke to Socialist Worker after addressing a 1,000-strong vigil organised by the Stop the War Coalition on the Saturday after the London bombings:

Betrayed by the G8 — but resistance grows world wide
It's business as usual for the G8, who despite the rhetoric will at the end of this week produce a document that will do nothing effective to alleviate poverty or halt climate change.

Now on to Gleneagles
There were so many demonstrators that some never even set off. Around 300,000 marched and others were still left in The Meadows when everything had finished.

‘We are here to fight, not beg’ — Africa in revolt against the G8
I am coming from Johannesburg to Edinburgh to be part of the movement confronting the G8 leaders. People from across the world will stand together in solidarity—fighting the battle to end poverty and exploitation.

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