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Anti-austerity struggle: Is the tide turning in Europe?

If mass unity, transcending national borders, can indeed be built, great things can happen in Europe.


Greece on the brink as default passes

Since 2010, Greece has accepted harsh austerity requirements imposed by the Troika, in exchange for further loans to keep the government and economy afloat.


Ayotzinapa Caravana 43: Families call for missing students to be returned

Families and friends from Ayotzinapa have expanded their call to the Mexican government to return their sons and fellow students.


Mexico in crisis: Demonstrations against killings erupt worldwide

The Nov. 20 protests were huge and extended beyond Mexico to cities around the world, including several in the United States. More are scheduled for Dec. 3.


Unions, small farmers mobilize in Paraguay under U.S. eye

Paraguayan labor federations and small farmer organizations launched a general strike on March 26. Some 90 percent of workers in Asuncion honored the strike.


Big questions emerge over congressional backing for Venezuelan protests

The idea of Venezuelans "protesting peacefully" reflects media bias. As protests mounted , police didn't intervene until gov. officers were attacked or burned.


Major media manipulates Venezuela coverage

The big demonstrations and counter demonstrations in Venezuela have been covered in the U.S. and international press and media, but how they are covered is a major issue.


Leading Communists among those arrested in Turkey

Leading members of the Turkish Communist Party are being rounded up and arrested.


Turkey erupts in anti-government protests

Turkish protesters clashed with riot police in the early hours today after a night of noisy protests and violence in major cities.