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GreenNet's weekly headlines from the past 4 years.

30/03/2011
Launch of 10 Internet Rights and Principles
28/04/2008
No news is bad news for Zimbabweans.
20/04/2008
Democracy in Zimbabwe - by SMS!
18/04/2008
Tune in, turn off
Seal hunt massively subsidised
30th anniversary of march against fascism
Slurry ban is pollution cause claims NFU
10/04/2008
"National Security" excuse for Government to be above the law
08/04/2008
BT admits tracking 18,000 users with Phorm systems in 2006
01/04/2008
GM seeds persist for 10 years
30/03/2008
"Who emits more greenhouse gases?"
Anglo Platinum is polluting local water supplies
Mugabe set to claim victory against the odds in Zimbabwe
25/03/2008
Blair and Brown in the dock:
20/03/2008
Over packaged and over here
Environmental justice and social diversity in London under threat!
Victims of trafficking in the UK set legal precedent
Join the great tap-water debate
02/03/2008
New film shows effects of plastic soup in oceans
Ex-Reaganites in London to promote nuclear abolition
01/03/2008
Petition to help asylum seekers complete their education
Two-year delay on baby milk labelling
25/02/2008
Independent Police Complaints Commission in Crisis
Vote Rigging or Blasphemy blocks YouTube
23/02/2008
WIKILEAKS taken offline
20/02/2008
END THE SIEGE OF GAZA
13/02/2008
Consumers must stop forest destruction
Government apologises to Aborigines
Help Liberty stamp out the MOSQUITO
A message from the heart
12/02/2008
US seeks death penalty for Guantánamo detainees
05/02/2008
Microsoft's battle for the OOXML frmat
Three internet cables are slashed leaving Iran "cut off" from Internet
World Report 2008 from Human Rights Watch
04/02/2008
Brian Haw's 'Walk for Peace'
Journalist sentenced to execution in Afghanistan for questioning womens' conditions
28/01/2008
Consultation on refugees
24/01/2008
AWE Aldermaston: legal challenge to denial of the right to freedom of assembly
18/01/2008
Facebook: Be afraid, be very afraid.
Brian Haw injured in anti-SOCPA demo
Britain's nukes to be sold to US?
10/01/2008
World marks sixth anniversary of Guantánamo
Copying CDs to your PC could be made legal
07/01/2008
Taylor accused of trading in Blood Diamonds
Accessible health care with low cost, long distance wireless technology
04/01/2008
Racism at immigration centres revealed in report
Sri Lanka 'needs UN monitors'
No justice, no peace!
Call to boycott cotton using child slavery
02/01/2008
Leading surveillance societies in the EU and the World 2007
24/12/2007
The season for goodwill?
17/12/2007
British withdrawal from Basra welcomed by Iraqis
16/12/2007
Maya Evans wins Liberty campaigner of the year
15/12/2007
Concerns grow over biofuel impact
Innovative action drives home flaws in "database state"
13/12/2007
Last-minute petition to get CO2 reductions at Bali
08/12/2007
Indigenous Peoples shut out of Climate Change Negotiations
07/12/2007
Stonehenge saved!
06/12/2007
Call for immediate end to Gaza siege to enable medical aid
05/12/2007
Iran didn't have weapons programme before 2003 either
Global food shortages predicted in next two years
27/11/2007
Opportunities to "vote"
24/11/2007
Buy Nothing Day Advertising
17/11/2007
IAEA certifies that Iran has not diverted materials to weapons purposes
Guantanámo manual gets Wikileaked
16/11/2007
US forced labour activists win Anti-slavery award
Buy Nothing Day is Saturday 24 November this year
09/11/2007
Campaigners win key ruling on termination of BAE-Saudi corruption inquiry
06/11/2007
Peace activist faces prison for remembering war dead
29/10/2007
UK Ministers Collude In GM Crop Projects
Poaching and deforestation in the tropics is threatening hundreds of primates with extinction
Exxon oil company is putting Polar Bear Research funding at risk.
Lambs for fuel, not meat -
Donald Rumsfeld Charged With Torture During Trip To France
India: Over 27,000 dispossessed march 185 miles on Delhi
22/10/2007
The geopolitical stakes of 'Saffron Revolution'
Critic of Indonesian Government poisoned on flight to Amsterdam
Microsoft agrees to comply with anti-trust ruling
UK- Labour to abandon Renewables targets
Study claims global oil production peaked in 2006
16/10/2007
Criminal Charges Against Coca-Cola Likely in India
Reports Slams Eritrea For Press Freedom
15/10/2007
EU calls for lift of Gaza Blockade
FTSE 100 Climate Commitments May Lead To Increased Emissions
$18bn stolen, says Iraqi fraud watchdog
14/10/2007
Iraq Survey Supports Lancet Deaths Estimate
Britons named world's biggest emitters of CO2 from air travel
Britons named world's biggest emitters of CO2 from air travel
Burmese 'Protest Leader' arrested
15 years of conflicts cost Africa around $300bn
07/10/2007
March Restrictions Not 'Legal' Says Liberty
Billionaire 'Gangster' censors Blog
Microsoft Wins XML Standards Award Against Self
Britain's Asylum Policy Shame
30/09/2007
Bush adviser hates Iranians
Big Brother Britain Update
Mainstream media ignores US / CIA collusion in Darfur tragedy
Human Rights Organizations Urge U.S. Secretary of Defense to Investigate Biometric Database of Iraqis.
Journalists condemn Burma News Blackout
25/09/2007
Firms that invest in Burma 'have paid for bullets'

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