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BY ALEX BAINBRIDGE The leaflet advertising the well-attended September 30 "Peace Picnic" in Hobart said "a peaceful heart leads to a peaceful person; a peaceful person leads to a peaceful family; a peaceful family leads to a peaceful community; a
BY FAROOQ TARIQ LAHORE — Adil is a leader of the Afghanistan Labour Revolutionary Organisation who lives in exile in Pakistan. He secretly visited the Afghan city of Jalalabad on September 16-19 to assess the situation and to consult with his
BY NICK FREDMAN LISMORE — The first public discussion organised by the Lismore branch of the Socialist Alliance on the theme "Should the refugees stay?" on September 29 was a resounding success. A highlight of the meeting was a statement sent
[The following speech was made by Cuban President Fidel Castro in Havana on September 22, 2001.] No one can deny that terrorism is today a dangerous and ethically indefensible phenomenon, which should be eradicated regardless of its deep origins,
BY SEAN HEALY Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in Washington, DC, on September 29-30 weekend in opposition to President George Bush's plans to launch a war in the Middle East in retaliation for the September 11 terrorist attacks on the US.
BY LESLIE RICHMOND With South Australia's "non"-election campaign well underway, both Labor and the governing Liberals are scraping into each other's past records to convince voters to put them back into government next year. The Liberals have
US President George Bush would like us to believe he is about to liberate the Afghan people from the tyranny of the Taliban. He's promised US$320 million worth of humanitarian aid, some of which is to be air-dropped into Afghanistan — once the
A ConversationBy David WilliamsonDirected by Sandra BatesEnsemble Theatre, SydneyUntil November 3 REVIEW BY BRENDAN DOYLE The theme of violence against innocents, and the justice or impunity that follows, has never been more timely. The real
All the way with the USA! "At a time of immense security and economic challenges, above all the nation needs at the helm a team ... who have a clear view of what they believe in and what they stand or." — Prime Menzies John Howard announcing the
BY ALISON DELLIT In 1970, thousands of young people joined Edwin Starr in asking "War — What is it good for?". In 2001, Prime Minister John Howard has come up with an answer — winning elections. Before September 11, Howard was facing down one

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