Myanmar has seen its bloodiest weekend since the military coup at the beginning of February.
Far from being steadily eliminated, Covid-19 is increasing in most regions of the world
Israel held its fourth election in two years as Socialist Worker went to press.
The election was called after a coalition government led by warmonger Binyamin Netanyahu and rival Benny Gantz collapsed.
Thousands of people have joined protests across the US and Canada to show their rage following the shooting of eight people in Atlanta, Georgia, six of whom were Asian women.
For a fourth time, the conservative People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy have won the national election in Holland.
The total number of Covid-19 cases worldwide has now exceeded 120 million, with more than 2,670,000 dead.
Mass demonstrations across Greece have defied police violence.
Myanmar’s murderous military regime imposed martial law in parts of the country on Monday, wiping out the last vestiges of democracy.
Strikes and protests continue to defy the military in Myanmar, but the regime is lashing out ever more violently.
Thousands of people joined marches in the run-up to International Women’s Day across France last weekend.
US president Joe Biden has already shattered any hope that he will move away from imperialism and racism.
Myanmar is in the grip of fierce fighting between the ruling army regime and pro-democracy campaigners.
Farmers in India stepped up their battle with the government last week with blockades of railway tracks.
A strike and protests in Myanmar this week are defying army attempts to crush action
In the new parliament there is a leftist majority and a—different—pro-independence majority
Civil service, bank, railway and power workers have brought some sectors of the country to a halt.
Israel has blocked a shipment of coronavirus vaccines from reaching Palestinians living in the besieged Gaza Strip, while Israeli politicians consider withholding them as blackmail.
Former US president Donald has once again been acquitted following an impeachment trial by the Senate.
The panic-gripped Indian state responded to massive support for the farmers’ movement by accusing everyone of conspiring against it.
Student protests have swept across Turkey, beginning at Istanbul’s Bogazici university. They could develop into the biggest revolt by young people since the Gezi Park protests of 2013.