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New report shows how Israel deliberately targeted homes in Gaza killing over 500 children
Winston Churchill: the imperial monster who killed Obama's grandfather
Was it racism that valued 2000 Nigerian lives less than the 19 Charlie Hebdo victims?
Every generation has to fight the same battles for peace, justice and democracy.
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He loved so well: a moving tribute to Tony Benn by the actor Saffron Burrows
Actor Saffron Burrows misses Tony Benn every day, sometimes too much: " Over 14 years, he became my friend, my confidante and, eventually, my protector."
Wake up America: what the United States does better than anyone is lose wars
America's great disasters have come from pressing ahead in hopeless causes, says Stephen Kinzer, and each time it does, it loses strategic power.
Remember the Christmas 1914 truces: a brief moment of sanity amidst WW1 slaughter
As classic anti-war anthem All Together Now is re-released, Nick Megoran says why remembering the 1914 Christmas truces is so important.
Dear Chelsea Manning: birthday messages from artists, writers, musicians, activists
Jailed whistleblower Chelsea Manning (formerly Bradley Manning) turns 27 this week, her fifth birthday behind bars. Supporters sent her letters, poems and drawings.
Both support the Syrian rebels, so why isn't William Hague in jail with Yusef Sarwar?
Why isn't William Hague in the same cell as Yusef Sarwar, who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for travelling to Syria to fight against the Syrian Government?
You'll never guess how much the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq cost the US taxpayer
The obscenity of continuing with endless wars while forcing cut backs in everything from libraries to healthcare at home is not lost on millions of people in both the US and Britain.
There's nothing new about CIA torture: it predates 9/11 by many decades
From Vietnam to Venezuela, from Chile to Cuba, from Iran to Iraq, the CIA has long been up to its neck in torture across the world.
At last Jack Straw speaks about his complicity in CIA torture and rendition
Jack Straw's wriggle room seemed to shrink when the Guardian submitted questions to him that would clarify his role in CIA torture.
Shaker Aamer doesn't need to see the CIA torture report because he lives it every day
Beaten, force-fed and kept in solitary confinement, this British Guantánamo prisoner is in no doubt about the truth of the CIA report.
From the First World War to Iraq today: why no one remembers the peacemakers
Why are there no parades and memorials to celebrate those who tried to prevent wars and those who refused to fight?
The CIA chained him to the floor and froze him to death. But who was Gul Ruhman?
If there is one tragic story, out of the many, that is emblematic of the CIA's decade of barbaric torture, it's that of Gul Ruhman.
Feb 2003: We Are Many
Trailer for feature film on biggest anti-war protest in world history marching to say Not in My Name
Apr 2013: Ground the Drones
Protest march and rally at UK's new drone headquarters in Lincolnshir,
Aug 2014: Protest for Gaza
As Israel waged barbaric war on Gaza,150,000 marched in UK's biggest ever solidarity protest
Aug 2014: No to NATO
Week of anti-war protests greeted Obama, Cameron and 60 other world leaders at the NATO summit
Oct 2014: Stop bombing Iraq
Videos of speakers at 4/10/14 demonstration against Iraq War III and attack on Syria
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