Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu said his military is “preparing to continue” its violence in Gaza following an assault that killed at least 25 Palestinians.
A strike at Sudan’s government-owned SEEN Flour Company in Red Sea state near Port Sudan has sharply posed the challenges for the continuing uprising.
Juan Guaido’s abortive coup in Venezuela this week would go down in history as a pathetic spectacle if it wasn’t so dangerous.
GALLERY - Yellow Vests and trade unionists together in Paris on 1 May
Unity against president Macron defied the police in France
Hundreds of thousands of people defied police repression to march on May Day in France
Racist US president Donald Trump is coming to Britain in June for a state visit. And apparently he’s keen to give people here more reasons to oppose him.
A historic strike of teachers and other school and nursery workers has been unnecessarily ended by the leaders of the Polish Teachers’ Union (ZNP), the biggest union involved.
Elections in the Spanish state on Sunday saw the victory of the Labour-type party but also the entry into the congress of the far right VOX party
A protester in Algeria has died in hospital of injuries sustained while protesting. Yettou Ramzi’s relatives said this was because he was beaten by police.
Riot police and Yellow Vest protesters battled in the centre of Paris last Saturday as numbers on the streets rose for the second week in a row.
At least 290 people were killed and hundreds more injured in a series of eight bomb attacks in Sri Lanka on Sunday.
Poland has been struck by the biggest all-out walkout in over 25 years, reports Andy Zebrowski
Richard Greeman, a Marxist writer and activist best known for his work on Victor Serge, reports from France
Sit-ins, demonstrations and workers' protests are spreading across the country
Sudan’s ruling class is desperately trying to reassert control as protests continue demanding fundamental change.
Binyamin Netanyahu was re-elected as Israeli prime minister last week—and the result reflects the racist violence of the Israeli state, writes Nick Clark
Unions estimate that over 600,000 workers are taking part in an indefinite education strike - not just teachers, butcooks, cleaners, caretakers and office staff as well.
Months of protest have forced the army to remove Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir.
Hundreds of thousands of people joined demonstrations across Sudan last Saturday.
Will protesters wind down their campaign after bringing down president Bouteflika or will they seek deeper change, asks Alistair Farrow