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Palestine: Women’s football under siege

Eleven women from Britain and Germany travelled to the occupied Palestinian territory of the West Bank in October on a tour of friendship, solidarity and footba...   [ continue reading...]

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Via Campesina calls for ‘peasant agroecology’

Peasants, small farmers and Indigenous peoples “feed the world and cool the planet”. This is what the global peasant movement, La Via Campesina, has...   [ continue reading...]

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Washington aims for greater exploitation of disaster-hit Puerto Rico

The humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico continues almost two months after two hurricanes hit. The imperialist centre in Washington continues to refuse to provide...   [ continue reading...]

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France acknowledges all victims of war

On a cold, wet November morning in the village of Rocles in central France, I attended a World War I centenary event unlike any I had seen before. In the town s...   [ continue reading...]

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When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty

The emergency on Manus Island has sparked a renewal in the refugee rights movement, with large numbers of new activists coming to their first demonstrations. It...   [ continue reading...]

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Manus Island crisis becomes an emergency

Four hundred men are still protesting in the Manus Island detention centre. They are calling for nothing less than their freedom and will not move to another ce...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Nick Cave, don’t play Israel!’, activists and musos say

Dozens of high-profile musicians, scholars and activists are calling on Australian band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds to cancel its performances&nb...   [ continue reading...]

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More jobs in renewables than in new coal or gas

Renewable energy projects currently under construction in Queensland are set to create a comparable number of jobs to those of the controversial Adani new coal...   [ continue reading...]

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Still no easy pathway to marriage equality

Thousands of people gathered around Australia on November 15 to hear the results of the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey.   [ continue reading...]

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Ten truths about Cuba’s general elections

Although the media spends a lot of time portraying Cuba as a “dictatorship”, it has barely covered the fact that Cubans have once again begun a proc...   [ continue reading...]

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Cuba rejects ‘arbitrary’ tightening of US sanctions

Cuba has rejected outright new US restrictions that took effect on November 8, describing them as confirming an "upsurge" of the blockade imposed by Washin...   [ continue reading...]

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Venezuela denounces 'interventionist' EU sanctions

Venezuelan foreign minister Jorge Arreaza met with diplomatic representatives from the European Union and rejected the sanctions imposed by the EU against...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump’s sanctions seek regime change in Venezuela

It is important to understand both the context and the intended (as well as likely) effects of the US administration's actions. With encouragement from Florida...   [ continue reading...]

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Filipino left coalition condemns Trump's visit, demands end of support for Duterte's human rights abuses

Laban ng Masa is a new Filipino coalition left-wing formed in September of trade unionists, community activists, urban poor organisations, feminists and so...   [ continue reading...]

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50 years on, Steinbeck’s classic still packs a punch

Of Mice & Men By John Steinbeck First published 1937 This year marks the 50th anniversary of John Steinbeck’s great mythic novel of alienation under U...   [ continue reading...]

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‘A constituent assembly is essential for a new Chile’

Left-wing parties in Chile are pushing a plebiscite for a Constituent Assembly to address the main social issues affecting young people, workers and communities...   [ continue reading...]

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Venezuela's sex and gender diverse community: 'They can't deny our existence anymore'

Venezuela’s Revolutionary Sex and Gender Diversity Alliance (ASGDRe) was set up in 2009 as a collective to fight for gender diversity rights and against d...   [ continue reading...]

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Capitalism's last wild ride — Noys' book dissects accelerationism

Malign Velocities: Accelerationism & Capitalism Benjamin Noys Zero Books, 117 pages Benjamin Noys’ Malign Velocities is an attempt to catalogue and de...   [ continue reading...]

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Daniel Viglietti, legendary Uruguayan anti-dictatorship singer, has died

The renowned artist has died aged 78. A beloved singer-songwriter, Viglietti led a generation of great Uruguayan musicians and performers who emerged...   [ continue reading...]

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Eyewitness to northern Syria’s feminist, democratic revolution

Dutch journalist Frederike Geerdink has just spent a year with Kurdish forces in northern Syria observing the democratic and feminist revolution unfolding in th...   [ continue reading...]

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