Peoples Dispatch takes a look the 2019 Indian election process, who are the major actors, the position of the left parties and what is at stake.

People with disabilities as well as students and teachers mobilized against the budget cuts announced by the ruling right-wing government of Cambiemos coalition in their respective sectors.

After minutes of being freed from La Picota Prison, a nearly unconscious Santrich was re-arrested under orders of the Attorney General of Colombia

The Shack-dwellers movement suspects intelligence agents operating for Durban mayor to be behind the office break-in.

Striking Bangladesh jute mill workers

The workers have not been paid for 6 to 13 weeks, and have been demonstrating in different parts of Bangladesh’s industrial belt. The strike entered its fifth day on May 18.

Fiji workers' protest

The detained activists were trying to organize protests for labor reforms, better wages and resolution of water dispute during the Asian Development Bank summit.

European court verdict -work hours

From the data provided by the lower court, the European Court highlighted that 53.7% of Spanish employees’ overtime hours were not recorded.

Yemen airstrikes

Six civilians, including four children, were killed and 52 others injured in the strikes. The renewed violence threatens to derail the peace agreement reached in Sweden last year.

Madhav Kumar Nepal_Unification and NCP_Peoples Dispatch

In an exclusive interview, former Prime Minister of Nepal and senior leader of Nepal Communist Party, Madhav Kumar Nepal talks about the unification process of CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Centre) and formation of NCP.

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