Opposition activists in South Korea are celebrating the Constitutional Court’s unanimous decision by all eight judges to uphold the impeachment of president Park Geun-hye.
State austerity and racism have boosted the racist Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, says Dave Sewell
The removal of President Park Geun-hye from office last week has not stopped mass demonstrations
The supporters of embattled President Park Geun-hye, and the movement seeking to remove her, clashed in the capital
A polarised election squeezed the left, but what matters more is the movement, says Simon Basketter
Donald Trump’s assault on migrants stepped up a gear last week with intensified round-ups and evidence of forced labour for people awaiting deportation.
With a key court ruling expected very soon, the forces for and against President Park are mobilising
Demonstrations swept across several Egyptian cities after the government’s Supply Ministry slashed the amount of subsidised bread available to the poor.
Union leaders are wrong to back Trump and should join the fight against him, writes Alistair Farrow
The Northern Ireland assembly at Stormont is heading for a period of “administrative devolution” following an election this Thursday, with the assembly operating without an executive.
One million people took to the streets of Seoul, the capital of South Korea, last Saturday to demand the immediate resignation of the President, Park Geun-hye. But right-wingers are also mobilising.
Up to 300,000 people marched in Barcelona last Saturday demanding the Spanish state welcome more refugees.
US president Donald Trump is facing serious problems. He has not yet been able to fill key positions and the protests against him are deepening.
Some 750,000 people took to the streets of Seoul, the capital of South Korea, last Saturday to demand the immediate resignation of the President Park Geun-hye.
Raids on immigrants by border guards provoked big protests across the US
US activists are celebrating the decision by a panel of judges that continues the suspension of President Trump's Muslim ban. But there are many more battles to come.
Around 3,000 textile workers in Mahalla, northern Egypt, walked on Tuesday out in a sign of growing discontent at spiralling living costs.
Over 200,000 people took to the streets of Bucharest in Romaniaon Sunday night.A further 300,000 marched in towns and cities across the country, including 40,000 in Timisoara and 45,000 in Cluj-Napoca.
Protests over new US president Donald Trump’s racist policies continue into their third week.
Big demonstrations welcomed around 500 refugee children to school in the port city of Piraeus, near Athens in Greece, last Tuesday.