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Against the neoliberal education system: Indefinite strike of education workers in Chile

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It was a week that started with an Israeli raid on a sacred site for Muslims on…

By Shatha Hammad in occupied West Bank
Israel has become accustomed to cracking down with lethal violence…

Lucy Gonzalez Parsons, an original founder when May Day launched in 1886, was born into slavery…

International Women’s Day celebrated on March 8 has become a day of marches for women’s rights…

Tens of thousands of farmers currently camped at three borders points of Delhi (India), announced…

There is an art to political activism. Not just science. Not just hard work. But…

Diego Maradona, anti-imperialist, socialist and arguably the greatest football player of all time passed away at the age of 60…

The second Intifada began after then-Israeli opposition leader Ariel Sharon sparked the uprising when he stormed al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem with more than 1,000 heavily armed police and soldiers on September 28, 2000…

On September 30, 2000, a Palestinian cameraman from Gaza, Talal Abu Rahma, shot a video…

Fifty years ago [on 4 September 1970], Salvador Allende was elected president of Chile. His thousand days in office raised the hopes of millions in Chile, enacting policies to nationalise industries, expand education and empower workers…

In the early afternoon, police shot tear gas against the members of the encampment. According to the Landless Rural Workers’ Movement (MST), the houses and crops were destroyed several hours later…