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We don’t need empty praise: Nurses’ unions demand better protection, rights

On International Nurses Day, nurses’ unions call for PPEs, more say in decision-making processes, safe working conditions, and protection from targeted attack and stigmatization

Super Tuesday is decisive for Democrats as the future of the party is at stake

A marathon intra-party race for presidential nomination to the coming general election will have the establishment Democrats going head-to-head with the insurgent progressive camp

Defiant voices combat militarization and state repression worldwide

Despite heightened militarization and oppressive tactics by states, people across the world refused to give in and fought back for their rights to life and dignity

Nearly four months of intense bush fires, Australian PM offers only an apology

There seems to be no end in sight to the devastation from the bush fires raging across large swathes of the country, as emergency services are stretched beyond their capacities

UK’s ‘make or break’ election sees clash of radically different visions

The result of this election could have global implications with the UK likely to go further down the path of neoliberalism in the wake of a Conservative victory

As workers's strike enters fourth week, will General Motors yield? As workers’ strike enters fifth week, will General Motors yield?

The strike by over 48,000 employees led by the United Auto Workers entered its 28th day on October 13. While the company has made offers regarding pay hikes and permanent jobs, the closure of four plants remains a sticking point

BRITAIN-EU-POLITICS-BREXIT-CONSERVATIVE-CONFERENCE Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal is neoliberalism on steroids

Johnson’s plan, yet to be fully released, seems to do little to make the UK more protectionist and may lead to the dismantling of provisions safeguarding labor rights and environment in the country

Filipino transport workers strike against ‘modernization’ of public utility vehicles

Public transport workers are angry at having to bear the bulk of the cost of the modernization of public utility vehicles. They fear this drive will lead to hundreds of thousands losing their livelihoods

‘Good guy’ Trudeau approves oil pipeline expansion despite Indigenous protest

For the past year, a group of Secwepemc Indigenous people have been camping in the pipeline’s path to protest the construction of the pipeline

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