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Is ISIS massacre of 30 UK holidaymakers in Tunisia only the beginning?
Bombs and bathtubs: surprising facts about the threat of a terrorist attack
Do protest songs work? Ten inspiring songs for the fight against austerity
Richie Havens: Handsome Johnny
Jeremy Corbyn MP speaking in Parliament about the scandal of the Iraq war cover-up
We Palestinians are garbage: no one cares about us, say cousins of murdered boy
Interviewed by the BBC, the cousins of 16-year-old Palestinian teenager Muhammad Abu Khdeir respond to his kidnapping and murder by Israeli settlers.
War Requiem: Commemorating Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Tony Blair and George Bush: The Fatal Attraction
For their wedding breakfast they'd broken a million eggs / Their honeymoon had suicide bombs and assassins.
Tony Benn - the Fires that Burn
Tony Benn speaking on 15 February 2003 at biggest demonstration in UK history
Tony Benn - Never be afraid of getting old
The much loved and admired fighter for justice and peace, who died on 14 March 2013, was president of the Stop the War Coalition. Here he has advice for young and old.
Should the West go to war over the Ukraine?
We should oppose any foreign military intervention in Ukraine, says Jeremy Corbyn MP, as that would only succeed in that country reliving its traumatic past as a battleground for the Great Powers
My grandmother didn't die to provide cover for Israelis killing Palestinian grandmothers
Gerald Kaufman MP believes only an international boycott campaign supported by governments will stop Israel from taking the Middle East into yet more wars.
Dead people are better off than us says Guantanamo prisoner Shaker Aamer
Exactly 12 years after he was incarcerated in the US concentration camp at Guantanamo Bay, Shaker Aamer writes of the systematic abuse faced by the prisoners