FRONTLINES, Newswire and Feature articles
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Latest articles Published in our Newswire:
We select the articles and information of interest for our readers from around the world.
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· Iraq: Twin blasts rock Kurdish parties' offices, killing provincial Governor and dozens more, 200 wounded ( Feb 01, 2004)( Jan 30, 2004)
· 14,000 Demonstrate in support of Grocery workers on strike ( Jan 31, 2004)
· India-Brazil: Cementing the South-South alliance ( Jan 31, 2004)
· More carnage in Iraq: attacks kill 3 US GIs and 10 Iraqis ( Jan 31, 2004)
· Bush refuses to call inquiry into WMD ( Jan 30, 2004)
· Lula: Alliance of Brazil.
· Kerry among top recipients in Congress from the corporate world ( Jan 30, 2004)
· Sam Husseini: How many people will die because of this "mistake" Senator Kerry? ( Jan 30, 2004)
· Working class candidate for London's Mayor: 'We live here too!' ( Jan 29, 2004)
· Alexander Cockburn: Does New Hampshire Mean Anything? Nervous Dems Beg Nader Not Run (Jan 29, 2004)
· Dean's campaign in crisis: from frontrunner to underdog, turns right ( Jan 29, 2004)
· Prisoner swap gives Palestinians joy, presitige to Fundamentalists (Jan 29, 2004)
Latest Feature articles:
Let's Organize the Left Behind the Matt Gonzalez campaign
Don’t let the energy and possibilities of the progressive left movement behind the Matt Gonzalez candidacy disappear.
Help organize a new Progressive Left and Independent Movement in San Francisco to participate in community struggles, in the unions, the antiwar movement and to train and select candidates for local Elections.
Call for the Conference, Information and Registration form below:
By Gene Pepi
LOS ANGELES, California - Since October 11,2003 70,000 Southern California Grocery workers, members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union (UFCW), have been conducting what has become the longest strike/lockout in the history of the grocery industry.
This Election Changed the Political Landscape in San Francisco. The Perspectives for the Left
By Carlos Petroni
We have purposely delayed this balance-sheet. We wanted the main actors of the drama to speak for themselves before we spoke about them and the historic events of the last three months of last year’s political life in the City.
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