August 11
Megan Rowling | 100 000 protesters rallied over the weekend on the rural Larzac plateau in France. Jose Bov
rabble news August 8
Scott Redding; research by Claudia De Simone | To conclude <i>rabble's</i> coverage of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, we offer an outline of where nuclear developments may lead, the role of the U.S. and artistic responses to the nuclear
August 8
Scott Earp | Today, the U.S. Army begins the destruction of 2,254 tons of GB and VX nerve agents and mustard agent. Local residents are being given instructions in case of possible emergency evacation. Under the
August 8
Campbell Clark and Kim Lunman | The federal Liberals will meet from August 19 to 21 in North Bay. Chretien plans for same-sex marriage, and the federal government's decision not to appeal the Ontario Court of Appeal decision to the
August 8
Hamit Dardagan, John Sloboda and Kay Williams | An analysis of 300 press reports by the Iraq Body Count Project has revealed that at least 20,000 civilian injuries, on top of the maximum reported 7798 deaths, have occured in the Iraq war. 8,000 of
August 7
Paul Farhi | Pacifica Radio, a U.S. public network founded by Quaker antiwar activists, broadcast this week a two-hour radio adaption of John Hersey's landmark New Yorker article, &#147;Hiroshima.&#148;
August 7
Randy Dotinga | A new gas station, sponsored by a local Ford dealership in San Diego, is selling biodiesel, electricity and ethanol fermented from the leftovers of cheese production.
rabble news August 7
Daron Letts | Vaughn Barnett is one of Canada's latest political prisoners. He was among 236 people arrested during the World TradeOrganization mini-ministerial in Montreal last week. He remains in jail because h
August 6
James W. Crawley | The U.S. has confirmed dropping dozens of firebombs on Iraqi troops &#151; similar to the controversial napalm used in the Vietnam War &#151; in March and April as the Marine Corps battled toward Bag
August 6
Di Caelers | Zackie Achmat, leader of the Treatment Action Campaign, said if the South African government did not have &#147;the political will&#148; to advance access to anti-retrovirals, and if drug companies &
August 6
Paul Reynolds | The bomb briefly flashed at a height of 580 meters. Erupting into an enormous fireball like the sun, all clothes were burnt, all buildings destroyed, within 2 kilometres. <i>rabble</i> begins its con
rabble news August 6
Jamie Doucette | Most migrant workers in Korea were recruited overseas by Korean companies and entered the country as industrial trainees. They quickly find that the trainee system is a scheme for their employers to
August 5
Rory Carroll | Dodging TV crews, Nigerian troops sprinted across the runway to secure the perimeter. "They look like actors, why they running so hard?" said Chipee Fines, 28. "But I thank God they've come, no more
August 5
Patrick Bond | In Cancun next month, the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) will come under discussion. Local people and the progressive international community are ready to fight. A coherent, interlocki
August 5
Steve Perry | <i>Lie #16: There was a plan for restoring essential services and rebuilding Iraq's infrastructure after the war ended</i> -- If Iraqi domestic affairs are in a chronic state of (managed, they hope)
rabble news August 5
| Nova Scotia politics is a long-term psychodrama in which the province resembles a patient recovering from trauma &#151; debt, patronage, corruption, the Westray mine disaster, the Marshall inquiry, a
August 4
Gavin Taylor, Neco Cockburn and Jessica Leeder | Hundreds of thousands of people attended Toronto's Caribana parade yesterday -- among them was NDP Leader Jack Layton, boasting a giant feather poking from the top of his head. &#147;Must be an elect
August 4
Peter Hirschberg | Ten years after the pirate radio station Voice of Peace went silent, it is being reincarnated. This time, it will be a joint Israeli-Palestinian station, transmitting in Hebrew and Arabic from Ramall
August 4
Julian Borger | An extraordinarily high number of accidents, suicides and other non-combat deaths in the ranks have gone largely unreported by the media. About half of the 827 US injured have occured since the presi
August 1
Jeffrey St. Clair | All hell is breaking loose in Guatemala and few outside the nation seem to care or even notice. Hooded men ransacked buildings, fired machine guns from SUVs, smashed windows and set fire to cars and
August 1
Ehsan Ahrari | The contrast between the two nations could hardly be starker. Nevertheless, the U.S. has regretted its former policy of benign neglect toward Pakistan and the two countries are now attempting to forg
August 1
Shelley Smithson | Genetically modified animals could make it to your plate with minimal testing &#151; and no public input. Dozens of experiments are being conducted across the U.S. in which scientists are altering th
in their own words August 1
Peter Noakes | There are many Canadians and Australians who share a common heritage. Often, that's where the similarity ends. An Australian immigrant to Canada takes a sharp look at the politics, culture, media,
rabble news July 31
Champika Liyanaarachchi | The Sri Lankan government has put forth a proposal to allow only the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) to nominate members to an interim council for administering the shattered North and East p
July 31
Raj Jayadev | In a reversal of fortune, Silicon Valley, which drew thousands of Indian tech workers in the 1990s, may be turning from hi-tech epicenter to hiring hall for developing information technology (IT) ind
July 31
Walter Mosley | LeRoy Mosley was the victim of a system of racism that had ruined his people for six, eight, 10 and more generations. He was the inheritor of a bitter pill. As Walter Mosley remembers what his fathe
July 30
Andrew Buncombe | America's desire to rebuild Iraq in its own image even extends to setting up a mobile phone network that only works for U.S. phones. A Bahraini company that established a network accessible to those
July 30
David Rennie | The Pentagon was forced yesterday to abandon a plan in which gamblers could bet on terrorist strikes, coups, assassinations and other crises. The multi-million dollar project was designed to flush ou
rabble news July 30
Dorothy Woodend | Shock jocks are not citizens expressing their views, they are employees doing their jobs, says one media analyst. Somehow, people have come to believe that these are individuals exercising their rig
July 30
Robert Fisk | Arabs have never been squeamish about death. They see too much of it. It is we Westerners &#151; with our all-conquering armies and our easy identification of evil &#151; who fall over our moral sens

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