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Peru: Achuar Indigenous Leader on Prison Hunger Strike

Monday, January 13th, 2014  Achuar indigenous leader Segundo García Sandi began a hunger strike Jan. 7 to demand his freedom at Huayabamba prison in Iquitos, Peru. García Sandi was arrested Dec.

Barton Moss - locking on top of lorries (Day 48/13 Jan 2014)

A human blockade at the end of Moss Lane has left a convoy of tankers backed up onto the A57.

Protectors have swarmed the vehicles and climbed on top. Come down to support and stop fracking at Barton Moss.

Anti-fracking defendants found not guilty as movement grows

10th Jan 2014 via Corporate Watch Eleven anti-fracking campaigners have been found not guilty after a three day trial at Brighton Magistrate's Court.

Bath - arson at car showroom

8th of January - incendiary device on delay left at Kia car showroom, Lower Bristol Road, Bath. Damage to the building facade. A brand new 4-x-4 and three cars also consumed by the flames. A direct attack on exploitative manufacturing industries who profit from choking our world, who also make status symbols for our class enemies.

Balcombe Protectors Acquitted

09 January 2014 People celebrate outside Brighton Magistrates Court after Balcombe protectors acquitted on all charges as a resul

2nd day of lock-ons at fracking site in Salford

7/1/14

Update:

after a few hours the car was entered by police, lock-on removed and car towed. 

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Two people have locked-on inside a locked immobilised car at Barton Moss, stopping the truck convoy which includes drill bits and chemicals. 

Barton Moss lock-on delays trucks by 4 hours

6th January 2014

Three people lock themselves to each other and concrete-filled barrels and delay trucks entering the site by four hours. Bravo! 

Campaigner superglues herself to iGas Salford site (& new Barton Moss events Calendar)

2nd December 2013

WHERE'S WALLY PROTECTOR BLOCKS BARTON MOSS IGAS GATE

A campaigner dressed as Where's Wally superglued herself to the entrance gates of the IGas drilling site at Barton Moss today to delay trucks trying to leave the plant.

Barton Moss Day 22: Wed 18 December

Big Orange Bus and police

Big Bus Blockade

Another unexpected arrival. A big orange bus appears to have mysteriously broken down, blocking the entrance to the fracking site. What next?

Barton Moss fracking protest continue

Day 17: Fri 13th December

A big day of resistance from the Barton Moss Protection Camp against IGas’ drilling plans.  Around 12 drilling trucks were delayed entering the site for 2 hours under a heavy police escort.  Three people were arrested, including a pregnant women and elderly lady.  Police were widely condemned on social media for their hea

Australian Anti-Logging Blockade Enters Second Day

tripod-stony-creek12th December For the second day 40 conservationists have maintained a forest protest action at Stony Creek in East Gippsland. Police Search and Rescue arrived at the site this afternoon.

Maya People of Sipacapa Issue International Call for Solidarity

11th Dec The Maya People of Sipacapa issued an international appeal for solidarity this past weekend, in the midst of ongoing protests against Goldcorp Inc.’s mining activities in San Marcos, Guatemala.