Greece: Communist Parties claim persecution; Iraq: Further confirmation of babies harmed in US war; Honduras: Killings of reporters continue; India: Communists prevail in municipal elections; Tunisia: Unexpected street heat.
To satisfy the International Monetary Fund, countries like Ireland and Greece have taken drastic anti-worker measures.
Two million Greek workers walked off the job for the second time in two weeks Thursday after the country's Parliament backed slashing of the nation's pension system.
Major media in the U.S. and Europe offer myths to explain Greece's economic crisis.
Afghanistan's women and children, Greece and arms dealers, Egypt's protest upsurge, South African transport strike, Ecuador's water, Cuba's no-nukes stand.
BERLIN (May 7) - Pity poor Angela! She's caughte between the rock of Greece and its economic woes, and the hard place of the May 9 elections in Germany's largest state.
Members of the Communist Party of Greece staged a symbolic occupation of the Acropolis May 4, hanging enormous banners bearing the slogan "Peoples of Europe rise up."
Greek workers reject cuts, new U.S. base for Honduras, rights abuses in Western Sahara.
The Greek workers and people refuse to bear the burden of financial corporate greed and its consequences.