In today’s episode, we look at ICJ ruling on US freezing of Iranian assets, Israel attacks on Syria, Ecuador court’s approval of impeachment of president Lasso on corruption charges, and Pakistan court’s overturn of colonial-era sedition law.
In today’s episode, we look at Saudi Arabia joining SCO, Chad nationalizes oil assets, and more.
In today’s episode, we look at Brazil’s ex-president Rousseff being elected to BRICS bank presidency, Sri Lankan workers protesting privatization of government oil company, and more.
In today’s episode, we look at the workers strike in Germany, Israeli judicial reforms postponed, Cuban parliamentary elections, and UN investigators accuse EU of enabling Libyan crimes against humanity.
In today’s episode of the Daily Round-up we look at eight years of Yemen war, Argentines commemorate victims of military dictatorship, 29 dead off Tunisia coast as boat sinkings spike, and rights groups condemn US-Canada border pact.
In today’s episode, we look at a verdict from India that will bring relief to patients of drug-resistant TB, the dismissal of workers from a factory in Myanmar and the ban on transgender athletes from participating in women’s events
In today’s episode, we bring you stories of protests against pension reforms in France and Uruguay, US airstrikes in Syria and condemnation of the arrest of a scribe and activist in Kashmir
In today’s episode, we take a look at a probe into killings in Afghanistan, protests in Lebanon against the economic crisis, demonstrations against the death of a protester in Peru, and a strike by Starbucks workers in the US
In today’s episode, we take a look at Xi Jinping’s visit to Russia, the latest IPCC report, the escalating protests against pension reforms in France, and Brazil relaunching the More Doctors healthcare program
In today’s episode, we bring you stories of an anti-war mobilization in the US, negotiations on the transitional government in Sudan, a planned strike by Palestinian prisoners, and a march in Mexico on the anniversary of the nationalization of oil resources
In this episode, we bring you stories of a victorious farmers’ march in India, a protest over energy sovereignty in Mexico, and journalists condemning repression in Bangladesh
In this episode, we take a look at the latest round of protests in France, a raid in Jenin by Israeli occupation forces, a strike by New Zealand’s teachers, and an impeachment motion against Guillermo Lasso