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IMAGE AND SOUND / THE ASSAULT: the great NO MUOS day in Niscemi (Sicily)
Date of publication at Tlaxcala: 13/08/2013
Original: L'ASSALTO: la grande giornata NO MUOS
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THE ASSAULT: the great NO MUOS day in Niscemi (Sicily)

Enrico Montalbano انريكو منتلبانو

Translated by  John Catalinotto


The "No MUOS" Movement, created to counter the establishment of the second US base, the MUOS (Mobile User Objective System), in the territory of Niscemi (Caltanissetta) experienced a great day of struggle: a major event within the Sughereta nature reserve and the symbolic and peaceful occupation of a part of the US military base. Following a year of struggle in defense of their land and health, thousands of people went past the chain-link fence, going through the police barriers. 



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Publication date of original article: 10/08/2013
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Tags: NO MUOSNiscemiYankee go home!SicilyPeoples' MovementsLogical revoltsItalyEurope

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