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Armenia and Azerbaijan—rival powers threaten war


A long-running border dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan has flared up with some of the heaviest fighting in four years.

France battered by Covid-19 second wave catastrophe


France is now tightly in the grip of a second wave of coronavirus infections.

Women at risk in Trump’s migrant camps 


Are women held in a US immigration detention centre in Georgia being forced to have unnecessary hysterectomies?

Angry workers take to the streets in France for a national day of action


Thousands of workers demonstrated in France last Thursday. They were taking part in a day of national protests called by several trade union federations and student groups.

Horrific conditions for refugees in Greece


After more than a week living on the streets, thousands of refugees on the Greek island of Lesvos are being herded into a new, temporary camp.

Lesvos refugees who escaped a fire now face appalling conditions


'Everybody is tired. We want other countries to come and help us,' a refugee tells Socialist Worker

Yellow Vest actions hit cities all over France


Demonstrators continued their fight this weekend despite police repression

Refugees on Lesvos defy repression to march for freedom


Thousands of stranded refugees demonstrated on the Greek island of Lesvos after the camp they were kept in burned down this week. They were met by riot police with teargas

US wildfires—‘This is a climate damn emergency. This is real and it’s happening’


Human and ecological catastrophe is raging through the western United States.

Fire destroys refugee camp in Lesvos


A huge fire has destroyed the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos, where tens of thousands of people fleeing war and poverty are trapped

Republicans and Democrats compete to condemn anti-racists in the US


All of Donald Trump’s November re-election hopes are pinned on a scaremongering, racist campaign against the Black Lives Matter movement

Belarusian protesters defy state brutality


Ten of thousands of people took to the streets of Belarus over the weekend in defiance of president Aleksander Lukashenko’s threats and intimidation.

Millions starve across the world during pandemic


Almost unnoticed among other aspects of the coronavirus crisis, hundreds of millions of people across the world face hunger, malnutrition and—for some—starvation.

What’s behind the new wave of Covid-19 in South Korea?


South Korean socialist Jang Ho-jong says the state bears the responsibilty for increased infections

International round up: Israeli army attacks Gaza


Israeli tanks shelled the Gaza Strip last Sunday as part of a continuing assault on the besieged Palestinian enclave.

Defiant workers protest and stage ‘go slows’ in Belarus


Belarusian ruler Aleksander Lukashenko is trying to wear down the opposition movement through arrests, sackings and intimidation.

Black Lives Matter protests in US demand justice


The Black Lives Matter movement continues to inspire millions of Americans to take action. Thousands of marchers descended on Washington’s National Mall on Friday to demand racial justice and to mourn black Americans killed by racist police.

Protests rage across US following shootings


Protests have swept Kenosha, Wisconsin, after a far right gunman shot down protesters against police violence.

Protests call for freedom in Belarus as Lukashenko issues threats


Belarusian president Aleksander Lukashenko launched a fresh crackdown on the democracy movement on Monday.

Israel shells and bombs besieged Gaza Strip


Israel had pounded the Gaza Strip with airstrikes and shells for at least 12 days in a row as of last Friday.

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