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Logistics workers in Italy continue struggle against anti-labor policies of FedEx-TNT

Logistics giant FedEx-TNT closed down its hub in Piacenza in Italy and announced mass lay-offs. Workers from the company’s hubs across the country have joined protests demanding the reinstatement of those who lost their jobs

Their wars, our lives: The return of anti-militarism

An anti-militaristic spectre is haunting Europe: trade unions, social movements and political organizations are mobilizing against war and against the next NATO summit in Brussels.

How Denmark helped the US spying program

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkyastha talks about the recent news of Danish intelligence having aided the US in spying on European political leaders during 2012-14

Youth Protest - Austria Leftists protest police crackdown on youngsters in Vienna

The police crackdown on youths at Karlsplatz in Vienna for defying COVID-19 restrictions has evoked widespread outrage across Austria

Students Protest-Netherlands Student groups in Netherlands seek abolition of loan system

Student and youth groups in the Netherlands have demanded the government to abolish the current system of student loans that has indebted a generation of students. They have demanded a basic grant or a comparable form of universal basic financing

Environment Day-Europe On World Environment Day, European Left calls for a Green New Deal

Progressive sections across Europe organized various online and offline events to mark this year’s World Environment Day under the theme of ‘restoring ecosystems’

Greek workers intensify protests against labor bill

Ahead of the introduction of an anti-worker labor law in the Greek parliament by the New Democracy-led government, trade unions organized yet another major protest

US spied on its close allies in Europe including Germany and France with the help of Danish secret service

A detailed report on Denmark’s role in the American project to spy on its close allies was published in several European media on Sunday confirming the revelation made by whistle blower Edward Snowden’s in 2013

Massive demonstration in Ljubljana demands resignation of Slovenian government and fresh elections

The protesters have alleged that space for dialogue with the government has shrunk and that the fundamental rights of the citizens, freedom of the press and judiciary are under threat

Cyprus Elections Conservatives maintain lead in Cyprus parliamentary elections

In the elections held to the House of Representatives in the Republic of Cyprus, the incumbent Democratic Rally (DISY) and the communist Progressive Party of Working People (AKEL) maintained their first and second positions

Polisario Front chief leaves Spain after top court rejects pleas for his arrest

The Polisario Front, which is fighting for independence of Western Sahara from Morocco, claimed that allegations of war crimes against chief Brahim Ghali are Morocco’s attempts to discredit the movement

Pensioners Protest-Spain Pensioners in Spain mobilize in defense of social security

Pensioners and other working class sections protested the privatization of pensions and proposed cuts in social security. The State Coordinator for the Defense of the Public Pension System (COESPE) also demanded an independent audit of the social security funds

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