Anarchist space infiAl Collective was sealed off by police. Three people from İnfiAl were taken into custody and some posters were seized with the reason that they were criminal and includes threats and insults against President Erdogan and other parliamentarians.
Following infiAl’s announcement of self-defence workshops will be done, islamist fascist Vahdet newspaper mobilized the police by publishing a report with the title “Anarchist are preparing themselves for civil war” and police raided infiAl which is a place that anarchists get together in Beyoğlu. Continue reading Istanbul: Fascist newspaper wrote, police raided and arrested anarchists
Taken from antifenix.noblogs.org
Prague, Czech Rebublic:
Police repressions, anarchists are charged with preparation of terrorist acts
“No repression can stop a longing for freedom!”
With ‘Operation Fenix’ came the biggest wave of police repressions against the anarchist and radical left movement in the recent czech history.
Taking people early in the morning hours, accusations of preparation of terrorist acts and confiscation of a server, which held several activists’ sites, all came with ‘Operation Fenix’ which started on Tuesday, 28th of April. Anti-extremist police is actively trying to frighten the anarchist and anti-authoritarian left scene and collecting information in a fishing expedition. Continue reading Call for solidarity with Czech anarchists
Today police evicted the Prague only squatted place Cibulka. In a massive raid 200 cops with water-cannon and even helicopter arrested at least 12 people, at least 4 people were injured. There were around 50 people presented in the place when police came, most of them left the premises voluntarily. Four people occupied the roof but were forcibly removed. It is still unclear what exactly happened as police closed the whole area around. At least four people are in hospital now. At least 12 people are being held. Continue reading Czech Republic: repressions go on, Prague squat evicted
Monday 20 April: Last night in the early morning hours, police raided a house squatted by activists in Mariacka street, Katowice. The police used rubber bullets, smoke, and stun grenades. 21 people were beaten up and arrested. (At least 3 people were taken to hospital) The people imminently stated that they are starting a hunger strike against their detention. According to the police, the people are accused of breaching domestic peace (in an empty building!). Solidarity picket took place at 13:00 in front of the cop station at Lompy 19, Katowice. In Poznan at 14:00 solidarity picket in front of the Regional Police station, Kochanowskiego 2a.
European Economic Congress in Katowice: full hotels, empty houses – Antiterrorists fighting social change
Katowice. Another day of meetings for the European elites. Continue reading Poland: Anti-Terrorist Unit brutally raids the squat in Katowice