A confidence vote in the Greek government shows the scale of Syriza’s crisis, says Nick Clark
Up to 200 million workers in India joined a two-day general strike last week.
Repression is failing to stem the movement in France—and the protests are once again growing bigger, writes Charlie Kimber
The Yellow Vest movement in France roared back into action with renewed vigour last Saturday.
The US government is being held to ransom by its racist president. Donald Trump has threatened to declare a state of emergency in order to force through £5 billion in funding for his infamous border wall.
US president Donald Trump is so determined to push forward his racist assault on migrants that he is prepared to stop government workers’ pay.
Mass protests in the north African country of Sudan over the price of basic goods have been met by vicious repression. But they have continued and threaten President Omar al-Bashir, who has ruled since a military coup in 1989.
The holiday season hasn’t ended the Yellow Vest revolt in France.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Budapest against the right wing Hungarian government’s draconian new labour law.
A combination of imperialism, racism and political manoeuvring could push Israel’s government towards launching a fresh wave of violence in the Middle East.
French president Emmanuel Macron’s attempt to break and divide the Yellow Vest movement by making small concessions has spectacularly failed
Student protests over a proposed university tuition fee rise have rocked the Albanian government.
Yellow Vest protesters fought massive police repression in France on Saturday
A far right party has won seats in a Spanish regional election for the first time since the days of dictator Francisco Franco
The US Department of Defence has been defrauding the federal government for decades
For many of the tens of millions of Mexicans who live in grinding poverty Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador represents a hope for change
The Yellow Vests movement has detonated a great movement of social protest
Hundreds of thousands of workers in South Korea struck last week against “labour market reforms” pushed by the government of president Moon Jae-in.
Some 650,000 public sector workers struck in Tunisia as part of their campaign for higher wages
Workers across the private sector in Greece were set to strike on Wednesday