Family Sues G4S For Killing Angolan Deportee By Pratap ChatterjeeFamily Sues G4S For Killing Angolan Deportee By Pratap Chatterjee

10 July 2013 — Corpwatch Blog

United Families & Friends Campaign rally. Photo by 4WardEver UK. Used under Creative Commons license.

The family of Jimmy Mubenga, an Angolan refugee in the UK, has brought a civil lawsuit against G4S, the world’s largest private security company. Mubenga died on October 12, 2010 while being restrained by G4S guards who were hired to help deport him from the country.

Mubenga lived in the UK for 16 years but was convicted for involvement in a pub fight. He was then deported by the UK Border Authority (UKBA) under laws that allow non-citizens to be kicked out of the country if they are sentenced to prison.

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VTJP Vermonters for a Just Peace in Palestine/Israel News & Articles 12 July 2013: ‘Palestinian Settler’: Israel’s Indigenous Invaders

12 July 2013 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Israeli Supreme Court Postpones Amona Eviction
IMEMC – Date Moved from July 15 to July 24 The Israeli Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the eviction of the Israeli settlement of Amona would be moved from its July 15 date. The eviction of the Central West Bank hilltop settlement has been moved to July 24 to avoid coinciding with Tisha B’av . …

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New at Strategic Culture Foundation 7-13 July 2013: Snowden / Syria / Turkey-Israel / Egypt US-EU /Asia

13 July 2013 — Strategic Culture Foundation

The Pursuit of Edward Snowden

13.07.2013 | 00:00 | Wayne MADSEN

Latin America responded to the Morales plane incident by rallying to Snowden’s side. Offers of asylum came from Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Bolivia and Brazilian legislators called for Brazil to reverse its original denial of asylum and grant it to Snowden… Meanwhile, the Pussy Riot- and FEMEN-supporting U.S. to Moscow, Michael McFaul looked more and more foolish as he pressed Moscow to return Snowden to American soil. Instead, Snowden was permitted to meet human rights officials at Moscow’s airport… America was once again being treated as the renegade country it was during the Bush administration. The only difference was that Obama was putting more resources into capturing Snowden than Bush did in apprehending Bin Laden…

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ICH 12 July 2013: Edward Snowden: ‘I Have No Regrets’

12 July 2013 — Information Clearing House

Noam Chomsky: The Arab World And The Supernatural Power of the United States

Mohammed Attar Interviews Noam Chomsky

America and Israel remain unwilling to bring down Assad regime. They may not like the regime, but it is nevertheless a regime that is well practised in accommodating their demands and any unknown alternative might prove worse in this respect.


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