Activists are ready to fight the attacks on a woman’s right to choose
The European Union (EU) told rescue boats to let refugees drown in the Mediterranean last week.
Thousands of people have fled after the Syrian regime and Russian forces launched a fresh assault on rebel-held Daraa in south west Syria
Fresh protests have erupted in Iran over a lack of drinkable water and the plunging value of the currency
Presidential elections have upset the rich—but it isn’t clear what changes will follow
Protests gripped towns and cities across the US on Saturday as hundreds of thousands of people demanded an end to Donald Trump’s brutal border policies. Some 700 demonstrations were recorded.
Socialist Worker spoke to Sam Dean, a member of the Los Angeles branch of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA). He said Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s victory can act as a focus for resistance.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez beat one of the US Democratic Party old guard, Joe Crowley, in an internal party election, a primary, earlier this week. She was endorsed by the Democratic Socialists of America, a social-democratic party with ties to the Democrats.
A major upset has rocked the US Democratic Party. Democratic Socialists of America-backed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez won a primary—an internal party election—against all the odds.
Nick Clark spoke to activists in Greece about taking on fascist Golden Dawn and the racist policies of the European Union
Palestinians in the West Bank, Lebanon and Jordan have protested to demand that the Palestinian Authority (PA) lifts its sanctions on Gaza.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed re-election as Turkey’s president on Sunday in a triumph for his tactics of repressing opposition forces and gagging the media.
Austrian right-wing Chancellor Sebastian Kurz faced furious anti-racist demonstrators this week
President Erdogan would be forced into a run-off if he secures less than 50 percent of the first round votes.
Air France workers were set to begin a strike this weekend in their latest round of action over pay.
People in Yemen face war, starvation and disease—and Britain must share the blame, says?Charlie Kimber
Jordan’s new prime minister, Omar al-Razzaz, said last week he would drop a proposed tax law.
Workers need to heap pressure on the Macron government and build the fightback, says?Charlie Kimber
Around 175,000 people joined hands in a human chain stretching 125 miles last Sunday across the Basque country in the Spanish state.
Right wing governments in Europe are driving through a racist clampdown against Muslims, migrants and refugees.