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Kathleen O'Hara | British journalist George Monbiot has set up a fund to pay a bounty to anyone attempting a citizen's arrest of the former U.K. prime minister. There are plenty of donations.
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Derrick O'Keefe | This week's London conference, an effort to salvage the NATO operation, will exclude voices opposed to the occupation and the continued domination of warlords.
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Nico Little | Last week, in recognition of the Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, I went out Christmas caroling in the streets of London's Soho district with a bunch of hookers and their friends.
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Dave Markland | Afghan journalists interview locals in Helmand and find no love for British occupation forces.
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Migrant Workers in the UK Sex Industry
Nico Little | New evidence released by the London Metropolitan University shows that, contrary to popular perceptions, only a minority of interviewees felt they had been trafficked into the UK sex industry.
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Derrick O'Keefe | Malalai Joya has just completed a one-week visit to London, to launch the UK edition of her memoir and to speak out about the plight of occupied Afghanistan.
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Derrick O'Keefe | The war in Afghanistan is the top story here, following a sudden spike in U.K. soldiers killed. With 15 dead in just over a week, more British troops have now died in Afghanistan than in Iraq.