At least 70 police vehicles were torched by demonstrators during clashes with police near a cemetery outside Jakarta's international port, Indonesia on April 14, 2010. Two people were killed and dozens injured in bloody clashes between security forces and people protesting at the bulldozing of a cemetery containing the remains of a Muslim scholar
Thailand's anti-government 'Red Shirts' have vowed to expand a mass protest in Bangkok as the death toll from the civil unrest rose to 22
A new movement claiming not to be aligned with either the red or yellow shirts plans to gather tomorrow in front of the 11th Infantry Regiment in Bang Khen district in a show of support for the (Thai) government
Ten people, including five policemen, were injured as protestors clashed with the security forces Wednesday in Jammu and Kashmir's Sopore town, police said
Members of the South African Municipal Workers' Union (SAMWU) have resorted to violent protests in major cities on Wednesday after three days of strikes
After years of armed struggle, growing numbers of Gazans are now taking up the kind of "popular resistance" pioneered in the West Bank, where similar weekly protests against Israel's controversial separation barrier have emerged as a central expression of the Palestinian cause
Greece was hit by a series of strikes and work stoppages Wednesday as various groups protested government austerity measures ahead of a key parliamentary vote on tax reform expected Thursday
Almost 5,000 postal workers took to the streets of Madrid today to protest at the planned privatisation of the nation's postal service and have threatened to call a general strike in June if the Ministry of Public works refuses to come to the negiotating table.
Originally posted by lilwolf
However if they fire the first shot, it is over for them. The government will topple
and it then becomes a blood war.
Leaders of Turkey's Kurds have warned Ankara of rekindled violence as disillusionment descends on the restive community over faltering promises of reform and a massive police crackdown. "There are dozens of arrests every day. I have not seen such oppression since the 1990s," lamented Meral Danis Bestas, deputy chairwoman of Turkey's main Kurdish political movement, the Peace and Democracy Party (BDP).
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said Kyrgyzstan is on the verge of civil war after riots in the capital that left 82 people dead, and could become a “second Afghanistan” plagued by foreign extremists
The army in Northern Ireland defused a car bomb outside a police station Tuesday, police said, which was planted one day after a blast claimed by dissident Republican paramilitaries.
In October of this year, one month prior to the November midterm elections, a special army unit known as ‘Consequence Management Response Force’ will be ready for deployment on American soil if so ordered by the President.
Originally posted by hhcore
If you think there is something with the stars - If your inclined that way, this may have something to do w/ it -
Rare “Cardinal Climax” Planetary Alignment This Summer Puts Stocks at Risk, says Veteran Sky Watcher
Mar 31, 2010
This summer the planets form a rare “Cardinal Climax” alignment, which puts financial markets at risk, says Arch Crawford. Publisher of Crawford Perspectives since 1977, the veteran sky watcher uses a mix of technical analysis and astrology to gauge which way equities and other asset classes are headed. To learn more about this unorthodox investment process, I recently spoke to Mr. Crawford about some of his best calls, what day the Cardinal Climax strikes, and how to prepare for the turmoil he expects. Here is an edited version of our conversation.