People have taken to the streets of Slovakia demanding the fall of prime minister Robert Fico.
Racists did well in the Italian elections on Sunday.
The West Virginia school workers’ strike is set to continue throughout this week after rank-and-file union members rejected a deal recommended by their leaders.
The new Austrian government of the Tories and the Freedom Party suffers from “Trumpism”
Around 20,000 teachers and school workers in all 55 districts of the US state of West Virginia struck on Thursday and Friday of last week over pay and healthcare costs
The failures of the Italian left have opened the door for right wing and racist forces
Israel is threatening a new and bloody war on Palestinians in the Gaza Strip who are already suffering from a deepening crisis.
South African socialist and former African National Congress minister Ronnie Kasrils spoke to Charlie Kimber about the significance of president Jacob Zuma’s resignation
Ethiopian prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned last week following nearly three years of protests
National school walkouts have been organised by students in the wake of the horrific massacre in Parkland, Florida
Many Koreans were delighted to see North and South Korean athletes marching as part of one delegation at the Winter Olympics’ opening ceremony last Friday.
Zuma has gone, but a new face at the top won’t deliver real change for the people, argues Charlie Kimber
A new law has been passed in Poland which could mean three years in prison for anyone who suggests Polish people committed war crimes during the Second World War.
A mass nationalist march showed the left needs to keep up the fightback
US president Donald Trump used his state of the union address last week to attack migrants, ethnic minorities and women.
And German manufacturing workers on strike
Looking to the US to intervene on behalf of the Kurds is a recipe for disaster, argues?Nick Clark
Emin Sakir, a member of the Revolutionary Socialist Workers Party (Dsip) in Turkey has now been in jail for more than 60 days.
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa was set to tell the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week that the country is “open for business”.
The basics of life are in short supply, and an Israeli minister has called for more deaths, writes?Nick Clark