Protesters in Puerto Rico have stayed on the streets after the resignation of disgraced governor Ricardo Rosello last week.
Add your support for a campaign in solidarity with journalist Hisham Fouad and lawyer Haitham Mohamedain
Protests have been taking place in Puerto Rico following over 300 pages of leaked message threads between governor Ricardo Rosello and other top officials
Israel began a major demolition of houses in East Jerusalem and the West Bank this week
Protesters in Hong Kong are furious after police failed to stop an attack on them at a train station
There is increasing rejection of a rotten deal signed by some opposition leaders with the murderous Sudanese military
Over 17,000 Walmart supermarket workers walked out on Wednesday of last week to join a strike movement that has the potential to bring the Chilean ruling class to its knees.
Some of Sudan’s local resistance committees are opposing a recent deal between the opposition and the military.
Thousands of people protested last weekend across the US in defiance of Donald Trump’s horrific treatment of migrants and refugees.
Around 1,000 Black Vest activists and others occupied one of France’s most famous monuments on Friday—and were met by vicious police repression.
Ethiopian Israelis rioted and protested last week after a cop shot and killed an unarmed teenager.
A mass strike wave in Chile has thrust the country’s ruling class into a political crisis.
Greece’s once-radical left wing party Syriza was booted out of government in elections on Sunday—after four years of enforcing austerity and racism.
Opposition leaders in Sudan have agreed a rotten deal that falls far short of what is needed or possible.
Hong Kong revolutionary socialist Lam Chi Leung gives his view on what is the best way forward for the movement in Hong Kong
New protests have erupted in Basra, southern Iraq.
Protesters smashed into Hong Kong’s main government building, the Legislative Council, on Monday – and ramped up the crisis facing the country’s rulers.
A timeline of the inspiring six-month revolt in Sudan which has raised issues about revolution today
Huge demonstrations swept Sudan on Sunday demanding an end to military rule.
On 19 June, 290 members of National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa at Lanxess Chrome Mine commenced an underground sit-in strike. The strike was against sexual harassment and in solidarity with dismissed co-workers.