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Gaza: Life beneath the drones

Unpiloted aircraft, known as drones, have become Israel’s weapon of choice

Drax and White Rose: the Carbon Capture White Elephant

Campaigners warn Government against granting up to £1 billion of tax

Will the Supreme Court give police the ‘right’ to mass surveillance?

Pictured above – John Catt, who took a case against the

‘They get money and they cost our lives’ – Gaza: Life beneath the drones part six

Photo Caption – An Israeli surveillance balloon over a house in

Family forced from their home by Israeli drone attacks

This is part five of our series of articles focussing on

Facebook killed the internet star: reflections on radical media

In September, the SchNEWS radical media collective issued a statement saying

Gaza life beneath the drones: Part Four

Click here to read parts one, two and three. This article

What it means to survive a drone attack

“On 6 November 2006, I was waiting for a bus to

L-3 and Garrett supplying equipment for Gaza checkpoint

The Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing is the only crossing for people

Guide to fracking and unconventional fossil fuels

From the dangers of fracking to the devastating effects of tar

‘Prevent these Israeli war crimes that kill our dreams and kill our children’

Unpiloted aircraft, known as drones in the arms industry, have become

Gaza: Life beneath the drones

In the Gaza Strip there is no escape from Israel’s drones.

The battle of Balcombe: Resistance to fracking in Sussex

Protesters have continued a blockade in Balcombe, Sussex, where fracking company

Tar sands ‘dirty oil’ could soon be coming to the UK

A new report published by the UK Tar Sands Network, Corporate

Bread and circuses: the shady business of the International Olympic Committee

Ian Blunt and Beth Lawrence outline some key events in the