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Lauer, Caroline

Jake Lynch and Annabel McGoldrick , 'News from the Holy Land - Theory and Practice of Reporting Conflict'

Hawthorn Press 2004. Includes 48pp of teaching notes. ISBN 1 903458 54 4 / 978 1 903458 54 9


Fairford Five

Five peace activists Margaret Jones, Paul Milling, Phil Pritchard, Toby Olditch, and Josh Richards, have been given leave to appeal to the House of Lords with regards to their various attempts at a

Harassment of peace activists continues

Israeli forces continue to put pressure on ISM activists through office raids and arrests.

Eco-campaign against toxic missile burning

A protest camp against the incinerating of ballistic missiles took place from the beginning of July to the end of August in the central Russian city of Perm.

Dispute in the South China Sea

Territorial disputes have torn the South China Sea region over recent decades.

Reaction against reactors

Up to 15,000 people took to the streets of Paris in January to protest against a new nuclear programme about to kick off in France and across Europe.

International law clears peace activists

In October a US jury found 19 peace activists not guilty after their trial for trespassing at a depleted uranium weapon maker's headquarters.

Bright future for non-lethal weapons

The legacy of world domination by Western powers continues with further advances in military technologies.

Ten million stand up for peace

The demonstrations of 15 February are a milestone for peace. Never before have so many people taken to the streets to protest against war.