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Kashmiris take to the streets over Modi’s racist crackdown


The Indian government’s crackdown in Kashmir, on the border between India and Pakistan, is leading to resistance on the streets.

Fresh protests in Hong Kong after airport occupation


Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam has refused to make any concessions in the face of mass demonstrations, rallies and strikes.

A third of Zimbabweans face a food crisis due to climate change and neoliberalism


More than five million people in Zimbabwe face hunger or starvation, according to the United Nations (UN).

First general strike in half a century deepens the revolt in Hong Kong


Demonstrators are trying to “foment revolution” in Hong Kong according to the city’s leader Carrie Lam.

Protests for right to organise on campus in Greece


Thousands of university students, lecturers, teachers and workers in Greece have protested against an attack on the right to organise on campus

Rotten deal puts Sudan revolt at risk


Opposition leaders signed a rotten agreement with Sudan’s military rulers on Sunday

India risks nuclear war with attack on Kashmir


India’s removal of autonomy for Kashmir is rooted in racism and imperialism

‘The movement is at a critical point’—voice from Hong Kong


After nearly two months of protests, Hong Kong’s mass movement has reached a critical moment.

Trump’s border cops separate over 900 migrant families


Hundreds of migrant children and parents have been separated at the US Mexico border, despite a judge ruling that the policy should stop last summer.

Crackdown on protests as Putin fears challenge in upcoming local elections


Russian police arrested thousands of protestors in the capital Moscow

Israel hijacks Palestinian taxes


Israel has reportedly transferred some £117 million worth of Palestinian taxes to the Israel Electric Corporation

Game of battleships ramps up in the Gulf


A second British warship arrived off the coast of Iran on Monday

Hong Kong protesters defy state’s violence


Protesters fighting the extradition bill have been subjected to horiffic attacks

‘We’ve risen up against corruption and austerity’, Puerto Rico protesters speak out


Protesters in Puerto Rico have stayed on the streets after the resignation of disgraced governor Ricardo Rosello last week.

Trade union leaders call on Egypt's military regime to release Hisham Fouad and Haitham Mohamedain


Add your support for a campaign in solidarity with journalist Hisham Fouad and lawyer Haitham Mohamedain

Protests in Puerto Rico after leaks


Protests have been taking place in Puerto Rico following over 300 pages of leaked message threads between governor Ricardo Rosello and other top officials

Israeli state smashes up Palestinian homes


Israel began a major demolition of houses in East Jerusalem and the West Bank this week

Fury after masked attack in Hong Kong


Protesters in Hong Kong are furious after police failed to stop an attack on them at a train station

Rising opposition to deal with the Sudanese army


There is increasing rejection of a rotten deal signed by some opposition leaders with the ­murderous Sudanese military

Walmart workers join a mass strike


Over 17,000 Walmart supermarket workers walked out on Wednesday of last week to join a strike movement that has the potential to bring the Chilean ruling class to its knees.

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