Peoples Dispatch
Iran nuclear deal US imposes fresh sanctions on companies allegedly involved in Iranian oil trade  

Efforts to revive the JCPOA were stalled last month after the US failed to respond to the Iranian demand of guarantees against any future withdrawal as well as the termination of an IAEA investigation 

Daily Round-up | Colombian armed groups announce ceasefire & other stories

In today’s episode, we take a look at Colombian groups announcing a ceasefire, protests in Palestine over killings in Jenin, an Amnesty report on Facebook’s role in the spread of hatred against Rohingyas, and protests in Iraq

French Protests Workers mobilize across France demanding rise in wages and more purchasing power

Trade unions also strongly opposed the proposal by the French government to raise the age of retirement from 62 to 65 by 2031

Thays Carvalho: We have to combine all struggles to confront Bolsonarism and build hope in Brazil

Ahead of national elections in Brazil, Thays Carvahlo from the People’s Brazil Movement spoke to Peoples Dispatch about the loss of rights suffered by the Brazilian people in the last six years and the hope offered by the upcoming polls

Civilian deaths in US operations US military says it killed 12 civilians abroad in 2021; rights groups claim under-reporting

The US military’s claims have been disputed by various groups who claim that the number of civilian casualties has been deliberately underreported to avoid criticism and accountability 

Israeli raid in Jenin Palestinians rise up in anger against killing of four people by Israel in Jenin raid

Over 150 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli raids this year alone with 36 deaths being recorded in Jenin. Protests have been taking place across the occupied territories against these atrocities

Daily Round-up | Israeli forces invade Al-Aqsa for 3rd straight day & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of Israeli attacks on Al-Aqsa, the death of two children in Turkish shelling in Syria, and Peru declaring an emergency following an oil spill

NASA’s DART spacecraft crashes into distant asteroid in ‘planetary defense’ test

The craft was rammed into an asteroid several million kilometers away from Earth in order to determine how the orbits of extra-terrestrial bodies could be altered or slowed through deliberate intervention

Israel raids Al Aqsa Israeli settlers and occupation forces again storm Al-Aqsa, attack Palestinian worshippers 

On the occasion of the Jewish new year, Rosh Hashanah, Israeli occupation forces barricaded different parts of the occupied West Bank to allow easy access to settlers who performed worship at the site, prohibited by law

General Elections - Italy Right-wing surge in Italian general elections

The right-wing Brothers of Italy (FdI) party, led by Giorgia Meloni, emerged as the single largest in the new Italian parliament as every other mainstream political party crumbled

Daily Round-up | Protests erupt in Haiti over fuel price rise & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of protests in Haiti, Cuba’s enshrining the family code into law, a hunger strike by prisoners in Alabama, and the latest anti-immigrant proposals in the UK

Tunisia protest Protests erupts in Tunisia over rise in prices of essential commodities 

The protests add to the ongoing political uncertainty in the country, as major opposition parties have announced a boycott of the upcoming legislative elections in December