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  • World Social Forum opens: 100,000 say no to war and greed

    World Social Forum opens: 100,000 say no to war and greed

    January 23, 2003 By Susan Webb

    PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil – Under the banner “No to militarization and war: another world is possible,” the World Social Forum, a gigantic meeting of the world’s progressive movements, opened Jan. 23 with a march of up...

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  • Berlin honors two anti-war martyrs

    Berlin honors two anti-war martyrs

    January 23, 2003

    BERLIN – On Jan. 12, over 80,000 people kept alive the tradition of visiting the memorial sites of two great left-wing leaders, Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht, on the second Sunday in January. Luxemburg and Liebknecht...

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  • Asian Social Forum focuses on privatization

    Asian Social Forum focuses on privatization

    January 23, 2003

    HYDERABAD, India – The Asian Social Forum (ASF) was held in the capital of the Indian state Andra Pradesh from Jan. 2-7. Conceived as a part of international debates that have been taking place after the...

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  • Israels wretched economy is result of war policy

    Israels wretched economy is result of war policy

    January 23, 2003

    TEL-AVIV – Israel faces a very deep and dangerous economic crisis. 2002 was the worst year Israel has had since the first few years of austerity after the war of Independence (1949-53). The annual rate of...

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  • Letters

    Letters

    January 17, 2003

    Who polices the police? The Bush administration has assigned itself the task of policing the world. We vote (except with Bush, who was selected) for president to govern our country, not to rule the world. There...

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