US-led forces stand accused of dropping horrific white phosphorus weapons in Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria.
The traditional main parties in France collapsed in the first round of parliamentary elections on Sunday.
A shocking series of racist murders and provocations serve as a reminder that the bile pumped out by Donald Trump’s White House has consequences in US society.
Two massacres of civilians, including children, each on a greater scale than the Manchester bombing took place last week—and the West was directly involved in both.
Palestinians in Israeli prisons declared victory last Saturday after ending a 40-day mass hunger strike.
Tens of thousands of workers flooded the streets of central Athens in Greece yesterday, Wednesday, as the country was brought to a standstill by a general strike.
Pressure on Donald Trump’s rotten presidency increased last week with growing calls for his impeachment.
The FBI director’s sacking shows splits at the top of society that the resistance should exploit, says Alistair Farrow
South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma was facing a vote of no confidence in parliament this week—just as protests surged in areas around the largest city Johannesburg.
For the second time in three years mass, violent protests by the right wing have provoked a political crisis in Venezuela.
A neoliberal president in office, all the main political parties in crisis—and fascists waiting in the wings. Dave Sewell says there’ll be more French resistance to come
Donald Trump’s US government is pushing through healthcare attacks, but mobilising on the streets can beat them back, reports Alistair Farrow
It’s right to emphasise the danger of Le Pen—and to oppose ex-banker Macron too, says Dave Sewell
In the 100 days since Donald Trump came to office he has clashed with sections of the political establishment and, crucially, faced opposition on the streets and in workplaces.
Clashes erupted across the West Bank last Friday as Palestinians held a “day of rage” in solidarity with hunger-striking prisoners.
The movement against Donald Trump’s crackdown on migrants leapt forward on Monday.
The US and South Korea held their “largest ever” annual joint military exercise last week. The Japanese navy is sending two destroyers to rendezvous with US warship Carl Vinson.
Over 20,000 people protested against the racist Alternative for Germany (AfD) conference in Cologne last Saturday.
For the first time neither of France’s main parties will be represented in the second round of its presidential elections, after an historic upset in Sunday’s first round.
Protesters took to the streets of several Turkish cities last Sunday after authorities declared victory for president Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a referendum. Also: hunger strike in Palestine, mass protests in Serbia