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The common backgrounds of Bush and bin-Laden

Millionaires go to WAR! - Expect world's workers to fight for them!!!

 

Workers struggles in occupied Iraq in 2004

George Bush's claim that the war in Iraq was won last May now seems very premature. Saddam may have been caught but US troops are increasingly confined to their bases or to mounting large patrols out of them, at constant risk of ambush. But what is life like for the Iraqi workers caught under the occupation and all too often in the cross-fire?

The Iraqi 'Resistance' - A Closer Look at the Forces Fighting the US in Iraq in 2005

George Bush declared major combat operations to be over on May 1st, 2003. 139 US soldiers had been killed by that date. Two years later over ten times that number have died. No one knows how many Iraqis have been killed, as the Americans aren't even bothering to count. Estimates like that published in Lancet last October suggested a likely death toll of around 100,000.

Report on April 6th 2002 Protests against Israeli occupation in Dublin

Some 1,500 to 2,500 people marched though Dublin on Saturday demanding an end to the Israeli occupation and freedom for Palestine. The demonstration called by the Alliance for Palestine and the Palestine Solidarity Campaign was the culmination of a week of activity that included a six-day occupation of a tree in the car park of the Israeli embassy.

  


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