U.S. and international unions stand with Mexican workers at Johnson Controls plant in Puebla, Mexico.
Iraqi authorities pounced on offices of the country's electrical workers' union nationwide, closing the offices and seizing all equipment, assets and records.
Recently, on a rainy day in London, a group of people assembled at Highgate cemetery at Karl Marx' gravesite to commemorate the 192nd anniversary of his birth.
Cuba plays an outsized role in Haitian health services -- before, and certainly after, the devastating earthquake.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Hatit (Prensa Latina) -- The world of golf is only interested in Tiger Woods, but almost no one knows that more than 45,000 people are currently living in one of the fields of that sport in the devastated capital of Haiti since January 12 earthquake.
An eyewitness account of Chile's earthquake and the ensuing political struggle that took place immediately after the disaster.
The massive earthquake that struck Chile February 27 continues to have a heavy impact on the Chilean people.
There is a strong, yet indirect, link to the Mexican government's attack on workers and current drug-related violence, analsyt Emile Schepers points out.
Migration talks are a start. But much more action, especially at the grassroots, is needed on Cuba.
The task for millions today in Haiti is to try to stay alive until help arrives and to try to save those injured in the earthquake.