Theid OI POLLOI agus MILL A H-UILE RUD air chuairt a dh'aithearr dhan Roinn Eorpa. Seinnidh an da chomhlan sa Ghaidlig ged is ann Ã Seattle a tha MaHR. Two Gaelic singing punk bands are taking their language and ideas on tour to Europe in April.
Do not be silenced by terror. Join thousands meeting across the world on March 11.
The text you are about to read is a combination of words that were all written by Giuliana Sgrena, the Italian journalist kidnapped in Irak (for more news about Giuliana you can see: http://www.rsf.fr/sgrena-en.php3
Some of them were part of her appeal contained in the video released by her captors (capitalized verses) and the others are from an article she wrote on July 1, 2004 about Mithal, an Iraqi woman detained in Abu Grahib.
This is a commentary in the German left-wing newspaper Junge Welt on the arrest of Sandra Bakutz by the Turkish authorities. It says the EU is reluctant to harm its relations with Turkey over the fate of a left-wing activist. The left, however, should support Sandra.
This is 2,200 word report with 8 photos of the various activities and events in Edinburgh on Saturday 26th February. This is leading up to the Global `Bring the troops home` day of action on Saturday March 19th.
Andrei Sakharov (1921-1989) was a Soviet physicist who became, in the words of the Nobel Peace Committee, a spokesman for the conscience of mankind. He was fascinated by fundamental physics and cosmology, but first he spent two decades designing nuclear weapons. He came to be regarded as the father of the Soviet hydrogen bomb, contributing perhaps more than anyone else to the military might of the USSR. But gradually Sakharov became one of the regimeâ€™s most courageous critics, a defender of human rights and democracy. He could not be silenced, and helped bring down one of historyâ€™s most powerful dictatorships.