A stunning general strike by 250 million Indian workers on Thursday shut down most of the country’s main cities and towns.
Prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis wants to introduce new legislation that would allow bosses to force through longer working hours with no increase in pay
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Paris and other French cities in furious protests against a new security law
Up to 37 people have been shot dead by police during anti-government protests
Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam could be imprisoned for five years
Angry protesters took to the streets in Guatemala, Central America, last week.
Ethiopia is facing a civil war—but the chaos won’t be solved by imperialist powers, writes Charlie Kimber
Israel has announced plans to build over 1,000 new settlement buildings in occupied East Jerusalem. It wants to break up Palestinian life in the city.
The message from the early appointments to Joe Biden’s new cabinet is that it will be a collection of pro-business warmongers.
More than 110 refugees died in the space of three days in the Mediterranean Sea last week
For years, the 11 November march has attracted tens of thousands of people. But Wednesday saw only thousands on the streets of Warsaw—the smallest march in ten years.
French teachers struck and demonstrated in large numbers on Tuesday demanding coronavirus safety. But they also raised many other educational demands.
He claims to support some Palestinian rights, but the president-elect is certainly no friend to ordinary people in the region, says Nick Clark
What role will vice president-elect Kamala Harris play in the new government?
In the wake of the Joe Biden's election win, activists and trade unionists in the US spoke to Socialist Worker about what the election means - and what the tasks are for activists now.
A win for Joe Biden has meant that liberals and progressive groups were galvanised.
Hundreds of people are feared dead after Tropical Storm Eta ripped through Central America and Mexico.
People in the US and other parts of the world have protested against him from the moment he won four years ago. Now, he is on his way out.
Starting with action against police violence, many protesters are now targeting the vagabonds in power (VIPs)
A French education union has called a national strike for next Tuesday to enforce coronavirus safety in schools.