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Thousands take action across the US as problems mount for Donald Trump

Thousands take action across the US as problems mount for Donald Trump US president Donald Trump is facing serious problems. He has not yet been able to fill key positions and the protests against him are deepening.

Hundreds of thousands march in Barcelona to say ‘refugees welcome’

barcelona welcome refugees Up to 300,000 people marched in Barcelona last Saturday demanding the Spanish state welcome more refugees.

Movement in South Korea radicalises—but the right prepare to take to the streets

Movement in South Korea radicalises—but the right prepare to take to the streets Some 750,000 people took to the streets of Seoul, the capital of South Korea, last Saturday to demand the immediate resignation of the President Park Geun-hye.

Mass protests after Trump's deportation raids

Mass protests after Trumps deportation raids Raids on immigrants by border guards provoked big protests across the US

Resistance spreads on US campuses as Trump plans fresh attacks

Protest against Trump February 2017 US activists are celebrating the decision by a panel of judges that continues the suspension of President Trump's Muslim ban. But there are many more battles to come.

Egyptian textile workers' strike shows growing anger at regime's austerity

Mahalla has a history of working class militancy Around 3,000 textile workers in Mahalla, northern Egypt, walked on Tuesday out in a sign of growing discontent at spiralling living costs. 

Mass protests demand Romanian prime minister steps down over 'corruption law'


Over 200,000 people took to the streets of Bucharest in Romaniaon Sunday night.A further 300,000 marched in towns and cities across the country, including 40,000 in Timisoara and 45,000 in Cluj-Napoca.

The revolt to stop Donald Trump spreads into the workplace


Protests over new US president Donald Trump’s racist policies continue into their third week.

Big anti-racist demos welcome refugee children into Greek schools


Big demonstrations welcomed around 500 refugee children to school in the port city of Piraeus, near Athens in Greece, last Tuesday.  

Bombed then banned—US crimes in travel-ban states


Donald Trump’s “Muslim ban” order applies to seven countries—all of them hammered by the US war machine and its allies such as Britain. The effect is to stop desperate refugees fleeing the chaos that US bombs and bullying created.

In Washington DC, a tremendous protest rains on Trump’s parade


Protesters from across the US told Sadie Robinson, on location in Washington DC, why they are marching against Donald Trump

Anti-racist protests in every US state


Demonstrations hit around 50 states across the US last Saturday as protesters showed solidarity with migrants, refugees and Muslims.

Stop this bigot! Inaugurate the resistance to Donald Trump


US socialist Eric Fretz writes from New York

'Trump will not keep us hiding in the shadows' vow activists ahead of protests


The racist, sexist billionaire’s election as president has galvanised opposition, says?Sadie Robinson

Israel launches a violent crackdown in East Jerusalem


Palestinians in occupied East Jerusalem fought a “crackdown” by Israeli forces, Mexico’s ‘gasolinazo’ revolt grows I Support workers in Egypt

Bad Monday for Northern Ireland coalition


The power sharing government in Northern Ireland has collapsed. Sinn Fein’s Martin McGuinness resigned as deputy first minister on Monday, triggering an election.

Hospital bombed and refugees displaced in a bloody and chaotic battle for Mosul


The US-led assault on Mosul in Iraq is causing increasing numbers of civilian casualties.

The US and Israel split over how to keep up the racist occupation


The fake two-state solution used to co-opt Palestinian organisations is wearing thin, argues Nick Clark

South Koreans' resolute march for president's New Year’s resignation


South Korea’s ruling class may sacrifice the president to save the regime, says Workers’ Solidarity

Tories defend Saudi Arabia after it admits dropping British-made bombs on Yemen


Saudi Arabia’s military has finally admitted that it has used British-made cluster bombs in its assault on Yemen. The truth has been dragged out of the regime after an attempted cover-up lasting over six months.

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