Over 100 airstrikes blighted Gaza in just one night, but Palestinians are still resisting, says Nick Clark
Eleven people were murdered on Saturday in the deadliest single attack on Jewish people in the history of the US.
Jair Bolsonaro took around 55 percent of the vote and threatens to unleash brutal attacks on working class people
One African migrant died and three others were injured when around 300 stormed the border fence separating Spanish enclave Melilla from Morocco in north Africa on Sunday.
Trade unionists in Zimbabwe, southern Africa, faced repression last week.
But it comes alongside another election breakthrough for the far right, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The Irish government faces a mass movement over a housing crisis
There are more battles to come after a vile sexist was appointed to the US Supreme Court
Workers and students in France struck and protested on Tuesday in a renewal of the battle against President Emmanuel Macron.
The right are on the rise in Brazil.
The US Senate cleared the way for confirming Donald Trump ally Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court judge on Friday.
Israel killed seven Palestinians—including a 12 year old boy—during protests in Gaza last Friday.
Action in solidarity with victims shows that people want to fight oppression, says Alistair Farrow
A tsunami early warning system that could have saved many lives in Indonesia had not been introduced because of lack of money.
The deaths of 224 people in east Africa were caused by unscrupulous ferry operators and extreme poverty, argues Charlie Kimber
The battle against the far right continued last weekend as
Israeli soldiers shot and killed a 12 year old Palestinian boy in the Gaza Strip last week. It marked a low point of days of violent Israeli repression across all of Palestine.
Families of Roma people briefly reoccupied a camp called River Village on the outskirts of Rome
The British-backed Egyptian regime of dictator Mohammed Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has sentenced 75 survivors of its most horrific massacre to death
Construction workers’ action is against firms with close links to the government