The annual World Economic Forum (WEF) summit is a gathering of the world’s richest and most powerful elites at a Swiss alpine resort, with the aim to further the tentacles of global capital and protect the interests of the rich.
In the seventh national strike against the pension reforms, millions took part in protests in over 200 locations on January 24. Another national strike has been called for on January 29
Students and staff at SOAS University in London are protesting the decision of the management to scrap the research leaves of researchers and the casual job contracts of temporary academic workers
The emergency strikes by doctors in France have been on for the past 10 months seeking higher wages, better work conditions and increased funding for hospitals
Two Luxembourg ministers were on a visit to the US last week to strengthen the defense relationship between the two countries. They also signed two agreements on space cooperation
The announcement comes after the UK, France and Germany proposed the invocation of the dispute settlement mechanism in the UNSC – a move that Iran alleges is based on US diktats
Farmers believe the new restrictions on the use of fertilizers and insecticides will worsen the plight of the small farmers in the country
The controversial bill calls for punishing judges, who criticize the government’s judicial reforms.
The demand has resurfaced ahead of the fresh negotiations with the employers for new collective agreements
Hundreds of protesters blocked a lecture by the far-right historian, Lothar Höbelt, at Vienna University on January 14
We look at the developments in the pursuit of justice for Julian Assange so far.