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Twickenham campaigners protest at the Rugby stadium Blogs

Dictators shopping in Twickenham?

Twickenham residents don’t expect to see armoured vehicles - complete with gun turrets - on the streets of their town. But people in some countries are not so fortunate. For one week in January 2015, the Twickenham Rugby stadium has been playing host to an international conference on armoured vehicles. But protesters are asking the

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Liverpool activists picket major arms fair

Liverpool activists picked the Undersea Defence Technology conference Last week the arms trade rolled into Liverpool for the annual Undersea Defence Technology (UDT) conference, and local activists were there to greet them. UDT is an arms fair that focuses on naval arms and technology. It brings a number of oppressive

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Disarming DSEI and ending the arms trade

Activists putting the arms trade on trial This morning saw the start of a private prosecution launched by anti-arms activists against two arms companies for promoting illegal torture weapons at the DSEI arms fair last September. The

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“We are everywhere”

Activists in Seoul have drawn on some of the actions we had organised at DSEI - and improved them! South Korean activists even used some of the same slogans so that if any arms dealers who had been at DSEI also went to Seoul, they would know that “we are everywhere”.

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