Palestinians in the West Bank, Lebanon and Jordan have protested to demand that the Palestinian Authority (PA) lifts its sanctions on Gaza.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed re-election as Turkey’s president on Sunday in a triumph for his tactics of repressing opposition forces and gagging the media.
Austrian right-wing Chancellor Sebastian Kurz faced furious anti-racist demonstrators this week
President Erdogan would be forced into a run-off if he secures less than 50 percent of the first round votes.
Air France workers were set to begin a strike this weekend in their latest round of action over pay.
People in Yemen face war, starvation and disease—and Britain must share the blame, says?Charlie Kimber
Jordan’s new prime minister, Omar al-Razzaz, said last week he would drop a proposed tax law.
Workers need to heap pressure on the Macron government and build the fightback, says?Charlie Kimber
Around 175,000 people joined hands in a human chain stretching 125 miles last Sunday across the Basque country in the Spanish state.
Right wing governments in Europe are driving through a racist clampdown against Muslims, migrants and refugees.
Some 50 people have died after trying to migrate to Europe when their boat capsized off the coast of Tunisia.
Mass strikes and protests in Jordan forced prime minister Hani Mulki to resign on Monday.
A truck drivers’ strike in Brazil has shown how repressive governments can be humbled.
Palestinians in Gaza were bracing for another assault by Israel as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.
Irish voters delivered a landslide two to one vote to repeal the 8th Amendment and liberalise abortion laws last Saturday.
Big marches took place across France, showing the continuing readiness to fight President Emmanuel Macron’s “reforms” that attack workers and aid the rich.
Elections set to take place in Mexico on 1 July could deliver a left wing president in the shape of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.
Public and private sector workers in Greece are set to walk out on a general strike on Wednesday.
The protests were supported by over 120 organisations including the Labour-type SPD, Die Linke, the Greens, trade unions, Muslim organisations, refugee groups and cultural groups.
The result was conclusive. Over 66 percent voted Yes to repeal the anti-abortion clause in the constitution.