Austria’s fascist Freedom Party suffered heavy losses in regional elections in the capital Vienna on Sunday.
Activists are celebrating after Golden Dawn has been declared a criminal organisation, writes Panos Garganas from Athens
The US government is helping farm bosses to cut their workers’ wages in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
A wave of anger at police, politicians and caste violence has spread across India after four upper-caste men allegedly raped and murdered a low-caste Dalit woman.
US Black Lives Matter protesters continue to take to the streets over the decision not to charge the cops with the murder of Breonna Taylor.
Students organised strikes and protests on a global day of action for the climate last week.
A long-running border dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan has flared up with some of the heaviest fighting in four years.
France is now tightly in the grip of a second wave of coronavirus infections.
Are women held in a US immigration detention centre in Georgia being forced to have unnecessary hysterectomies?
Thousands of workers demonstrated in France last Thursday. They were taking part in a day of national protests called by several trade union federations and student groups.
After more than a week living on the streets, thousands of refugees on the Greek island of Lesvos are being herded into a new, temporary camp.
'Everybody is tired. We want other countries to come and help us,' a refugee tells Socialist Worker
Demonstrators continued their fight this weekend despite police repression
Thousands of stranded refugees demonstrated on the Greek island of Lesvos after the camp they were kept in burned down this week. They were met by riot police with teargas
Human and ecological catastrophe is raging through the western United States.
A huge fire has destroyed the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos, where tens of thousands of people fleeing war and poverty are trapped
All of Donald Trump’s November re-election hopes are pinned on a scaremongering, racist campaign against the Black Lives Matter movement
Ten of thousands of people took to the streets of Belarus over the weekend in defiance of president Aleksander Lukashenko’s threats and intimidation.
Almost unnoticed among other aspects of the coronavirus crisis, hundreds of millions of people across the world face hunger, malnutrition and—for some—starvation.
South Korean socialist Jang Ho-jong says the state bears the responsibilty for increased infections