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May 31, 2010
Vancouver Island peace activist Kevin Neish, missing after the attack on the Gaza aid flotilla, spoke to rabble.ca on May 28 about why he put himself at risk.

Interview with Gaza peace activist Kevin Neish

Meagan Perry
Vancouver Island peace activist Kevin Neish is alive and detained by Israel. He is expected to be deported soon, according to his daughter. Neish spoke to rabble.ca on May 28.
News
May 31, 2010

G20 police won't rule out breaking the law

Gwalgen Geordie Dent
Will Agent Provocateurs be used to whip G8/G20 protesters into a frenzy in Toronto in June? Security authorities will neither confirm nor deny the tactic.
News
May 31, 2010

Gaza-bound aid flotilla attacked by Israeli forces.

rabble staff
7AM EST UPDATE: Israeli foreign ministry statement confirms 19 activists killed, dozens injured -- including four Israeli soldiers -- after the IDF attacked Turkish Ship Mavi Marmara.
News
May 28, 2010

Enbridge wants oil tankers to travel B.C. coast

rabble staff
Oil shipping firm Enbridge has applied to the federal government to allow its oil tankers on the B.C. coast, ignoring a First Nations ban and public opposition.
News
May 28, 2010

The radical roots of Pride

Christine Beckermann
Marxism 2010: Christine Beckermann will speak about "The radical roots of Pride" this weekend at Marxism 2010 in Toronto.

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