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US still lying about Afghan air strike that killed ten

US still lying about Afghan air strike that killed ten The US military lied about the ­murderous drone strike that killed ten people in the last days of its retreat from Afghanistan.

A long way from Vietnam

A long way from Vietnam In A Long Way From Vietnam, BBC journalist Nga Pham looks at why Vietnamese migration is the second highest in Britain.

Twenty years of the West’s bloody war on terror

Twenty years of the West’s bloody war on terror Socialist Worker looks at the destruction wrought by two decades of wars, lifts the lid on the torture that accompanied it, and addresses the Islamophobia that was used to justify it all

Oppose rulers’ conventions bathed in blood

Oppose rulers’ conventions bathed in blood It’s arms fair season. Over the next couple of months top politicians, generals, weapons makers and dealers will gather at three major conventions across Britain.

Bush’s thirst for Afghanistan war—as told in his own words

Bush’s thirst for Afghanistan war—as told in his own words Featuring interviews with George Bush and his closest advisers, this BBC documentary reveals how they thirsted for war—and why

Dangerous wounded beasts—the failures of imperialism

Dangerous wounded beasts—the failures of imperialism Nick Clark looks at the US's and Britain's huge defeats in Afghanistan

Feminism, bombs and liberation

28 August 2021
Lies are being spun that most Afghan women’s lives improved under the US occupation. Judy Cox explores the reality for Afghan women after 20 years of war

Britain had bloody role in war on Afghanistan

16 August 2021
No one should be in any doubt that Afghanistan was Britain’s war as much as it was the US’s.

US says it will leave Afghanistan—a bitter defeat for warmongers

15 April 2021
But despite the promises, president Joe Biden will still try to keep control in the region

The Mauritanian gives a face to the victims of US torture

29 March 2021
This is the true story of a man locked in Guantanamo Bay without charge for 14 years

Islamophobia—the hate the state made

01 January 2021
Rulers across the world are planning fresh assaults on Muslims in 2021

War crimes—the West’s hidden horrors in Afghanistan

06 December 2020
Murders, torture and massacres—that’s the reality of the war in Afghanistan exposed by a report into Australian war crimes. And for all its denial, Britain is just as guilty

Stopped and detained for being a black Muslim

26 November 2020
A British official admitted that he “singled out” a black Muslim man under a stop and search at Heathrow airport, according to footage.

Terrorism Act 2000 - 20 years of increased racism, repression and injustice

20 July 2020
The introduction of the Terrorism Act 2000 created a “racist, fear-based environment” argues a new report from human rights group Cage.

Virus outbreak after workers’ walkout warning was ignored

23 June 2020
A major outbreak of coronavirus has been confirmed at a food processing plant where workers had walked out unofficially over safety fears.

Slaughter abroad is linked to militarisation of the US police

07 June 2020
It was after the US’s wars in the Middle East escalated that military equipment really started flooding into police departments, writes Nick Clark 

‘Horrific’ new terror laws will mean that more lives are ‘ripped to shreds’

26 May 2020
Tory home secretary Priti Patel wants to grab more powers for the state with a draconian terror bill.

Did British government and Libyan regime conspire to torture suspect?

19 March 2020
New revelations about accusations that involve Boris Johnson

LETTERS - Chelsea Manning gives an example of heroic courage

17 March 2020
Chelsea Manning, released from prison last week, is a hero.

Right want to use south London stabbings for more repression

03 February 2020
Boris Johnson unveiled a wish list of repressive measures after the shooting of Sudesh Amman in Streatham, south London, on Sunday.

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