Tens of thousands of Palestinians in Gaza have defied an appalling campaign of Israeli violence to join mass protests along the border with Israel.
Israel killed at least 16 Palestinians on Friday as 30,000 people marched on the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel.
National rail strikes in France which began on Tuesday are becoming a focus for a broader revolt by workers.
Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi was sentenced to eight months in prison for standing up to an Israeli soldier
Around 10,000 shop stewards met last week in Denmark as a major confrontation looms.
Scottish National Party (SNP) leader Nicola Sturgeon has exposed her government’s fake radicalism by cooperating with the clampdown on Catalan independence.
Marches of hundreds of thousands of people show fury at racism, police and poverty, reports Alistair Farrow
Mass protests against corruption forced Slovakia’s social democratic prime minister Robert Fico to resign last Wednesday.
The killing of socialist Marielle Franco has fed into wider anger at the state, says Charlie Kimber
Turkish soldiers looked set to launch an assault on the Kurdish-held city of Afrin in northern Syria this week
Powerful action by workers in West Virginia has inspired others to fight back
People have taken to the streets of Slovakia demanding the fall of prime minister Robert Fico.
Racists did well in the Italian elections on Sunday.
The West Virginia school workers’ strike is set to continue throughout this week after rank-and-file union members rejected a deal recommended by their leaders.
The new Austrian government of the Tories and the Freedom Party suffers from “Trumpism”
Around 20,000 teachers and school workers in all 55 districts of the US state of West Virginia struck on Thursday and Friday of last week over pay and healthcare costs
The failures of the Italian left have opened the door for right wing and racist forces
Israel is threatening a new and bloody war on Palestinians in the Gaza Strip who are already suffering from a deepening crisis.
South African socialist and former African National Congress minister Ronnie Kasrils spoke to Charlie Kimber about the significance of president Jacob Zuma’s resignation
Ethiopian prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned last week following nearly three years of protests