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News round up: EU leaders’ cruelty could lead to a ‘sea of blood’


The risk of migrants and refugees becoming shipwrecked in the Mediterranean and dying at sea is the highest it has ever been, the United Nations has warned.

Million take to streets in Hong Kong to stop law


Protests erupted against a repressive new law proposed by the Chinese state

Sudanese workers deepen revolt with a general strike against the regime


Workers in Sudan have shown their power to bring society to a halt in the battle against the ruthless military regime.

Resist Sudan’s killer regime


Revolution hangs in the balance after Sudan’s military launched a brutal crackdown against the opposition. But a call for an indefinite general strike offers hope

Algerian state cracks down on movement


The Algerian state is stepping up its repression of protesters in an effort to quash the mass movement demanding real change

Students take on far right president in Brazil


Students and workers took to the streets across Brazil last week in the latest series of protests against Jair Bolsonaro’s attempts to slash education funding

Rows on the Israeli right force fresh elections


Failure to form a government is good for parties that want to take Israel further to the right

Sudanese union calls general strike for ‘full victory’ against military


Groups of workers across Sudan began a two-day general strike on Tuesday as part of the fight to remove the military regime.

Strikes for future of Sudanese revolution


Workers are fighting to defend their movement from the old regime’s repression, writes?Charlie Kimber

International round up: Corruption final nail in coffin for Austrian Tory - Nazi allies


Anti-fascists in Austria are celebrating after the collapse of the country’s Tory/Nazi coalition last weekend.

Algerian students reject ruling clique


Thousands of students broke through police lines to storm government buildings in Algiers on Sunday.

Chelsea Manning needs solidarity as she faces revenge of US state


Chelsea Manning has been jailed again for contempt of court after refusing to testify to an inquiry into the WikiLeaks website.

Brazil protests show people have power to bring down far right Bolsonaro


Huge protests gripped university campuses in Brazil on Wednesday in the biggest challenge to far right president Jair Bolsonaro since his inauguration at the beginning of the year.

Sudan’s generals suspend talks with opposition as they try to cling on to power


Sudan’s military rulers have suspended talks on moving the country towards civilian rule in a bid to demobilise the movement that toppled dictator Omar al-Bashir last month. 

‘We’re organising the revolution’—eyewitness from the Sudanese sit-ins


A month after protests forced out dictator Omar al-Bashir, the fate of Sudan’s revolution remains on a knife-edge.

Israeli murder in Gaza Strip


Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu said his military is “preparing to continue” its violence in Gaza following an assault that killed at least 25 Palestinians.

Sit-ins and strikes win more support in Sudan


A strike at Sudan’s government-owned SEEN Flour Company in Red Sea state near Port Sudan has sharply posed the challenges for the continuing uprising.

Juan Guaido’s coup fails in Venezuela - but threat against Maduro remains


Juan Guaido’s abortive coup in Venezuela this week would go down in history as a pathetic spectacle if it wasn’t so dangerous.

GALLERY - Yellow Vests and trade unionists together in Paris on 1 May


Unity against president Macron defied the police in France

Yellow Vests and trade unionists defy cops together on May Day


Hundreds of thousands of people defied police repression to march on May Day in France

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