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Israel rains bombs on Gaza in new clampdown

Israel rains bombs on Gaza in new clampdown Israel’s leader Binyamin Netanyahu threatens a new war amid fresh attacks on Gaza, says Nick Clark

Anti-fascists protest in Athens over Golden Dawn trial

Greece, anti-fascism, Golden Dawn, protest, demonstration, Athens, Workers Solidarity Anti-fascists in Greece protested outside the Court of Appeal in Athens on Tuesday.

Brazilian socialist speaks out - ‘The workers’ movement can beat Bolsonaro’

Brazil, Bolsonaro, anti-racism, anti-fascism, protest, demonstration, EleNao, not him Brazilian socialist Sandra Silva spoke to Socialist Worker about how people are resisting in the wake of Bolsonaro’s win

Donald Trump tells soldiers to shoot migrants arriving at US’s south border

Donald Trump, US, campaigning, elections, Republicans, anti-racism Racist US president Donald Trump has sent soldiers to the country’s southern border—threatening that they’ll shoot migrants from countries such as Honduras and El Salvador.

British royal visit to Nigeria after mass killing of peaceful marchers

Nigeria, Africa, US, troops, soldiers, training Prince Charles visited Nigeria in West Africa this week in the aftermath of a horrendous state massacre.

Racism from Donald Trump lies behind attack on synagogue in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, antisemitism, anti-racism, vigil, US, synagogue Eleven people were murdered on Saturday in the deadliest single attack on Jewish people in the history of the US.

Resistance needed after far right victory in Brazil


Jair Bolsonaro took around 55 percent of the vote and threatens to unleash brutal attacks on working class people

Ten dead in latest wave of Israel’s slaughter


Over 100 airstrikes blighted Gaza in just one night, but Palestinians are still resisting, says Nick Clark

International round-up - Anti-racist action across Italy and German forest under threat


“In my country nobody is a foreigner!” This slogan summarised a day of national mobilisation in Italy on Saturday last week.

Refugees storm Spanish border fence


One African migrant died and three others were injured when around 300 stormed the border fence separating Spanish enclave Melilla from Morocco in north Africa on Sunday.

International round-up - arrests in Zimbabwe and Palestinian death toll rises


Trade unionists in Zimbabwe, southern Africa, faced repression last week.

Some 250,000 join Unteilbar anti-racist demonstration in Berlin


But it comes alongside another election breakthrough for the far right, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans

Large protest in Dublin over housing crisis and widespread homelessness


The Irish government faces a mass movement over a housing crisis

Kavanaugh appointment is an indictment of the system


There are more battles to come after a vile sexist was appointed to the US Supreme Court

Determined day of strikes in France against Macron’s barrage of attacks


Workers and students in France struck and protested on Tuesday in a renewal of the battle against President Emmanuel Macron.

Far right candidate comes out on top in first round of Brazilian election


The right are on the rise in Brazil.

Senate vote brings sexist Brett Kavanaugh closer to supreme court confirmation


The US Senate cleared the way for confirming Donald Trump ally Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court judge on Friday.

Israeli state murders children during Great March of Return protests in Gaza


Israel killed seven Palestinians—including a 12 year old boy—during protests in Gaza last Friday.

Brett Kavanaugh case sparks big protests across the US


Action in solidarity with victims shows that people want to fight oppression, says Alistair Farrow

Indonesian tsunami—an avoidable tragedy


A tsunami early warning system that could have saved many lives in Indonesia had not been introduced because of lack of money.

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