A tsunami early warning system that could have saved many lives in Indonesia had not been introduced because of lack of money.
The deaths of 224 people in east Africa were caused by unscrupulous ferry operators and extreme poverty, argues Charlie Kimber
The battle against the far right continued last weekend as
Israeli soldiers shot and killed a 12 year old Palestinian boy in the Gaza Strip last week. It marked a low point of days of violent Israeli repression across all of Palestine.
Families of Roma people briefly reoccupied a camp called River Village on the outskirts of Rome
The British-backed Egyptian regime of dictator Mohammed Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has sentenced 75 survivors of its most horrific massacre to death
Construction workers’ action is against firms with close links to the government
Anti-racists from Austria and Germany joined forces at the border town of Passau
Protests erupted in Iraqi city Basra last week. People stormed and burned government offices in anger at toxic water supplies, power cuts and corruption.
The only force stopping Donald Trump pressing the nuclear button is the benign figures at the heart of the US state. That’s according to them, anyway.
Racists celebrated in Sweden after elections saw a vicious anti-immigrant party make a breakthrough with a record number of votes
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage faced protests last weekend as he began a week-long tour of Australia and New Zealand.
The Syrian regime was gearing up for its final assault on rebels this week—beginning one of its final acts in its long and bloody counter-revolution.
Christine Buchholz, MP for left party Die Linke, spoke to Socialist Worker about how to confront the far right
A wave of action in prisons and detention centres is hitting back at dire conditions, says Alistair Farrow
The US has cut more than £150 million in aid to Palestinians to pressure the Palestinian government to give up more rights.
The racist Italian government has been grandstanding with the lives of migrants.
The Tories are tearing themselves apart in the face of a looming wipeout at the next general election. But they are likely to move even further right.
At least 100 refugees stormed a border fence in Morocco on Wednesday. It is the latest successful attempt by refugees to force their way into the Spanish-controlled territory of Ceuta in North Africa.