Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage faced protests last weekend as he began a week-long tour of Australia and New Zealand.
The Syrian regime was gearing up for its final assault on rebels this week—beginning one of its final acts in its long and bloody counter-revolution.
Christine Buchholz, MP for left party Die Linke, spoke to Socialist Worker about how to confront the far right
A wave of action in prisons and detention centres is hitting back at dire conditions, says Alistair Farrow
The US has cut more than £150 million in aid to Palestinians to pressure the Palestinian government to give up more rights.
The racist Italian government has been grandstanding with the lives of migrants.
The Tories are tearing themselves apart in the face of a looming wipeout at the next general election. But they are likely to move even further right.
At least 100 refugees stormed a border fence in Morocco on Wednesday. It is the latest successful attempt by refugees to force their way into the Spanish-controlled territory of Ceuta in North Africa.
Donald Trump surrounded himself with crooks and thieves during his 2016 presidential election campaign. Two court cases taking place in the US prove it. They give glimpses into the rottenness of the world Trump inhabits and his presidency.
Israel has ramped up the pressure further on Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip, despite reports of an imminent peace deal
More than 350 people have died and 1.5 million been forced to move by flooding in the southwest Indian state of Kerala
The motorway bridge that collapsed on Monday in Genoa, Italy, killing at least 39 people failed because of money.
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa’s crackdown on opposition forces is causing jitters among the West and big business
As many as 29 children in Yemen were killed in an airstrike carried out by a military coalition armed and funded by Britain.
Israel’s Nation State law exposes the anti-Palestinian racism at the heart of the state
Millions of migrants could be banned from US citizenship if they claimed benefits, in the latest racist attack by Donald Trump’s White House.
Students in Bangladesh have led a series of protests over road safety that have gripped the country.
New US economic sanctions against Iran came into effect this week—threatening to exacerbate poverty and hardship faced by Iranian people.
President Mnangagwa looks to defend his rule by crushing dissent, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans