Thousands of people in Australia have seen their lives, homes and livelihoods threatened as catastrophic fires ripped through the country.
Elections in Spain last Sunday produced almost the same result as in April—except for a very disturbing rise for the far right party Vox.
Police in Hong Kong shot at least one protester during mass protests on Monday of this week.
Bolivia’s president Evo Morales has been forced out by a coup. It was orchestrated by the army and police—and backed by Donald Trump and the US.
Tens of thousands of people in Iraq have fought pitched battles with police, as they blocked major roads in the centre of capital city Baghdad.
Huge democracy demonstrations in Algeria, north Africa, last week came on a particularly important date.
A series of unofficial rail strikes in France have shown the potential for massive resistance to president Emmanuel Macron.
People are becoming frustrated at the lack of change, reports Charlie Kimber
Mass demonstrations across Lebanon have entered their second week
US president Donald Trump gloated after the alleged killing of Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Protesters in Iraq have defied violent attacks to stay on the streets against unemployment, poverty and corruption
Angry protests swept Catalonia last weekend over harsh jail sentences handed down to activists who called the 2017 independence referendum. Over 350,000 people marched last Saturday.
What’s happening in Chile at the moment can be called an insurrection.
Protesters in Lebanon are calling for “revolution”. They are demanding an end to corruption and poverty—and the fall of the government.
Workers at General Motors (GM) plants and factories across the US are voting on a tentative deal
Hundreds of thousands of people protested in Kowloon, Hong Kong
Protests over a fares hike quickly became a much broader struggle—and stayed on the streets despite a crackdown
A general strike brought much of Catalonia to a standstill on Friday.
Bosses at General Motors n the US offered a new contract, as a strike of nearly 50,000 workers entered its fifth week
Protesters in Ecuador have forced the government to cancel an austerity package