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City of Mahwah New Jersey Using Zoning Violations to Try and End Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp

13. Oktober 2017
City of Mahwah New Jersey Using Zoning Violations to Try and End Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp

by Onion / Earth First! Newswire The seal of Bergen County, New Jersey greets folks not only as they enter the Justice Center, but almost every room inside the giant white building in the middle of Hackensack. The seal features what is supposed to be a native person, peace pipe in hand, greeting what...
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Mattole Forest Defenders in Need of Urgent Help

13. Oktober 2017
Mattole Forest Defenders in Need of Urgent Help

from Mattole Forest Defenders / Earth First! Newswire Two Humboldt Redwood Company (HRC) security goons, dressed up in camo, attempted to take apart our new blockade today, October 12th. Security attempted to pull out the logs that were counter-balancing the base of our 25-foot-wide tripod. We managed to stop them by laying on top of...
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Political Prisoner Birthday Poster for October 2017 is Now Available

9. Oktober 2017
Political Prisoner Birthday Poster for October 2017 is Now Available

from Prison Books Collective Here is the political prisoner birthday poster for October.(11″x17″ PDF, 759KB) Also available as a shareable PNG here (imgur link). Print it out and plaster your community, both in commemoration of these freedom fighters and to advertise locally for a political prisoner letter writing night. Get together with some friends in your...
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Anti-pipeline Activists Stage Protest on Edmonton’s High Level Bridge

7. Oktober 2017
Anti-pipeline Activists Stage Protest on Edmonton’s High Level Bridge

from Red Power Media Protesters hung a large banner from Edmonton’s High Level Bridge on Friday morning to “dispel the myth” that all Albertans support the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. “It’s reckless to expand major fossil fuel infrastructure at a time when we should be seeing all hands on deck for investing...
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UK: HS2 Protester Spends Night Under Digger in Effort to Stop Demolition

6. Oktober 2017
UK: HS2 Protester Spends Night Under Digger in Effort to Stop Demolition

by Diane Taylor / The Guardian A 62-year-old environmental protester has spent more than 20 hours underneath a large digger as part of a new campaign to block the construction of the controversial HS2 high speed rail link. Sarah Green, a member of the Green party and a businesswoman in Hillingdon, started her protest under the...
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TransCanada Abandons Energy East, Eastern Mainline Projects

6. Oktober 2017
TransCanada Abandons Energy East, Eastern Mainline Projects

from BBC Energy infrastructure firm TransCanada has abandoned two major Canadian pipeline projects. It will no longer proceed with its proposed Energy East Pipeline and Eastern Mainline projects. The decision comes after Canada’s national energy regulator expanded its review of the projects in August. The Energy East has faced fierce opposition in some communities...
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Tyson Poultry Pleads Guilty Over Missouri Spill, to Pay Two Million Dollar Fine

5. Oktober 2017
Tyson Poultry Pleads Guilty Over Missouri Spill, to Pay Two Million Dollar Fine

by Susan Heavey / Rueters Tyson Foods Inc’s poultry unit on Wednesday pleaded guilty in federal court to two criminal charges stemming from discharged feed supplement at a company facility in Missouri, the U.S. Department of Justice said. Tyson Poultry Inc had been charged with violating the Clean Water Act in the 2014 event,...
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Solidarity with Bure Struggle Under Repression

5. Oktober 2017
Solidarity with Bure Struggle Under Repression

from Hambach Forest Last week our Comrades in Bure France who are resisting against a planned radiation storage facility by Andra were raided by approximately 80 gendarmes who broke through the doors of House of Resistance. The pigs who also closed off the surrounding roads and broke windows of the cars and vans parked...
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Japan Kills 177 Whales During Annual Hunt in Pacific Ocean

27. September 2017
Japan Kills 177 Whales During Annual Hunt in Pacific Ocean

by Samuel Osborne / Independent Japan has completed its whaling season in the northwest Pacific Ocean having killed 177 whales. Three ships, which left port in June, caught 43 minke whales and 134 sei whales. Japan’s fisheries agency said it would collect data on the whales’ stomach contents and report its findings to the International Whaling...
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North Dakota’s Bill for Oil Pipeline Protest Costs Now at $39 Million

26. September 2017
North Dakota’s Bill for Oil Pipeline Protest Costs Now at $39 Million

from MPR News North Dakota’s bill for policing protests of the Dakota Access pipeline continues to rise. The North Dakota Emergency Commission is set to borrow an additional $5 million Monday to cover law enforcement costs. That will bring the total line of credit from the state-owned bank of North Dakota to $39 million....
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In the Trenches: Pipeline Sabotage against Enbridge in Canada

25. September 2017
In the Trenches: Pipeline Sabotage against Enbridge in Canada

from Montréal Counter-Information Pipelines are war; one built from the insatiable greed of corporations which have normalized violence against the land and its living. Our resolve within this struggle intensifies with each audacious assault Enbridge launches; each time they dismiss the concerns and requests of Indigenous Nations. Every court proceeding. Every act of intimidation....
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Fish Farm Occupation Moves From Sea to City

21. September 2017
Fish Farm Occupation Moves From Sea to City

by Emilee Gilpin / The Tyee First Nations campaigners occupying fish farms on Vancouver Island received a boost of support last Friday when a group of supporters occupied the constituency office of Attorney General and Vancouver-Point Grey NDP MLA David Eby. Jay Peachy, who played a key role in organizing the office occupation, said...
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