May Day 2017 in Paris; A Report from the Streets

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The Story behind the Clashes, our new report for CrimethInc. The anarchist march departed from the Place des Fêtes for the Place de la République to join the May Day demonstration. We arrived at Place de la République unhindered and assumed our place in the Cortège de tête, the combative group...


 

The State of Emergency and the Totalitarian Drift of the State

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It appears that the French Republic is reaching a tipping point, a fundamental break with the way that rule has functioned here for three decades. Everything indicates that the political legitimization of racism and violent policing must either lead to tyranny or provoke an uprising. These two force...


 

Why French government is harassing migrants in the streets of Paris

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Hard to believe the situation of migrants in Paris.  They are facing police brutality, institutional violence, and extreme precarity. They suffer to live in the cold and sickness, as much as they suffer not to find help and consideration. You can even doubt of your own eyes when you see it.&nb...


 

Police violence towards refugees in Paris

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Statement from refugees in Paris:  The situation of the migrants is getting worse day by day, for several reasons. Among these reasons, what we are living in the streets.We suffer not to find help and consideration. We suffer to live in the cold and sickness. The situation is extremely painful...


 

Nice, grief and disgrace 

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French Muslims are facing hatred while they – too – mourn their dead from the horrific Bastille Day attack. Film directed and edited by Joseph Paris.Collaboration with Yasser Louati. ...


 

The coup has failed in Turkey, but which one?

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For clearification, real revolutionaries in Turkey & Kurdistan are against both government forces and the military coup. This attempt will obviously victimize Erdoğan and give more power to the government. Revolutionaries, leftists, anarchists, democratic forces in Turkey & Kurdistan will n...


 

Saturday 12, gathering for the climate

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Confusion in the general mobilization for the climate, because of the state of emergency which prohibits and punishes demonstrations. Two rallies are nevertheless expected this Saturday, December 12th, one at Trocadero, the other in front of Le cirque d'hiver at 1pm. We would rather go to the s...


 

Several activists summoned by police for defying the state of emergency in France

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In France, the state of emergency declared by the President after the attacks gives very extended rights to the police to arrest people, search the premises without approval of a judge, and it does prohibit demonstrations. A demo of support to refugees held Sunday, November 22 in Paris despite ...


 

Pussy Riot demands the dismantling of European borders

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«This is a troubling time for Europe. Citizens are mourning for Paris, scared of where and when the next attack will come. But if Europe – egged on by extreme right politicians such as Marine Le Pen – closes its borders, Islamic state will have won. This period of grief should not be the time w...


 

I got a call from Aly, Egyptian refugee.

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Got a call from Aly, Egyptian refugee (France sells heavy weapons to the president Al-Sissi. Since coming to power, thousands of regime opponents were killed or imprisoned. Egyptian media are silenced. The leaders of several Egyptian NGOs are threatened with death and forced to leave the country) : ...


 

The actress Loubna Abidar violently assaulted in Casablanca

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🔴Loubna Abidar, l'actrice du film #MuchLoved violemment agressée aujourd'hui à Casablanca. pic.twitter.com/wNScf87b9m— Radical Cinema (@radicalcinema) November 6, 2015 Actress of the film MUCH LOVED by Nabil Ayouch, on the fate of prostitutes in Morocco, Loubna Abidar was viole...


 

A series of demonstrations brought down the government in Romania

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That's how you shout against a corrupt government! #Timisoara #Romania #protest pic.twitter.com/6l041hXtnD— Delia Ozarchevici (@deliavici) November 4, 2015 A fire at a nightclub left 30 dead and 200 wounded. This event deeply affected the country, but the Orthodox Church (which tak...


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