Israeli soldiers killed four Palestinians, including a 14 year old boy, and wounded more than 150 others last Friday.
Strikes continue against Emmanuel Macron, but they need to urgently accelerate, says Charlie Kimber
Teachers and other education workers in Oklahoma, US, are continuing strikes and protests for better pay—despite union leaders’ attempts to sell them out.
Police attacked and evicted occupying students at the Sorbonne university in Paris last week.
The seven French trade union federations that called the massive day of public sector strikes and demonstrations on 22 March have called for another day of general action on 22 May.
Apartheid state justifies its violence after killing at least 29 Palestinians and injuring over a thousand
The struggle of rail workers in France has inspired workers in other sections of the economy and students on university campuses. Charlie Kimber argues the fight can go much further
Teachers in the US state of Oklahoma began their second week of walkouts on Monday. They are striking for more pay and better education funding.
A party that believes in a world Jewish conspiracy won the Hungarian general election on Sunday. The Nazis came second.
Workers in Britain have organised to stop a scabbing attempt by bosses during the French rail strikes. It’s an excellent show of solidarity with a crucial battle—and the best sort of European unity.
A British SAS soldier was killed in Syria last week—despite a vote in parliament against British army intervention there.
French workers struck this week as part of a revolt against president Macron, writes Charlie Kimber
Tens of thousands of Palestinians in Gaza have defied an appalling campaign of Israeli violence to join mass protests along the border with Israel.
Israel killed at least 16 Palestinians on Friday as 30,000 people marched on the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel.
National rail strikes in France which began on Tuesday are becoming a focus for a broader revolt by workers.
Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi was sentenced to eight months in prison for standing up to an Israeli soldier
Around 10,000 shop stewards met last week in Denmark as a major confrontation looms.
Scottish National Party (SNP) leader Nicola Sturgeon has exposed her government’s fake radicalism by cooperating with the clampdown on Catalan independence.
Marches of hundreds of thousands of people show fury at racism, police and poverty, reports Alistair Farrow
Mass protests against corruption forced Slovakia’s social democratic prime minister Robert Fico to resign last Wednesday.