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João Pedro Stedile: “Lula’s victory is a political and social victory not just electoral”

In part one of this two-part interview, Stedile discussed the major challenges facing the incoming Lula government, the Bolsonarista blockades, and Lula’s priorities for foreign relations.

Alaa Abdel Fattah’s life hangs in balance as al-Sisi govt. remains stubborn

Concerns remain about the life of Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel Fattah who had escalated his hunger strike 10 days ago. His family on Monday received a letter indicating he was alive

West’s militaristic agenda has hijacked G20

Independent journalist Siddharthya Roy and NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talk about the questions that are being raised about the relevance of G20 ahead of its summit in Bali

Mapping Faultlines: Israel’s Extremist Path, Chance for Peace in Ethiopia

NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha analyzes the recent elections in Israel which has brought Benjamin Netanyahu back to power. He also talks about the peace agreement in Ethiopia

Bolsonaro supporters refuse to accept election results

Supporters of incumbent Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro took to the streets across the country denouncing the victory of Lula da Silva in the presidential elections held on Oct 30

Israeli armed forces kill six Palestinians in night raids in Nablus

Snipers from the force occupied the rooftops of buildings surrounding the Nablus city center and fired at people. The UN has described 2022 as the deadliest year for Palestinians since 2006.

Fascism haunts Europe again

Journalist Aunindyo Chakravarty talks about the rise of Nazism and explains how whenever capitalism is in crisis, capitalists always back anti-people, anti-democratic forces to stop any form of socialism

Mapping Faultlines: The rise and (very rapid) fall of Liz Truss

In this episode of Mapping Faultlines, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the resignation of Liz Truss, the crisis of capitalism in Europe, and how the Ukraine war is accelerating such trends

“Meta/Facebook is unlikely to reform voluntarily and would have to be regulated”

Facebook whistleblower Sophie Zhang talks about why she did not depose before an Indian parliamentary committee and why it’s unlikely that the digital giant will change its behavior

Haitian people continue protests against foreign intervention

In the capital Port-au-Prince, thousands marched to the US embassy to demand an end to the US intervention but before reaching the embassy, they were repressed by the police with tear gas.

Exclusive: What Made Sophie Zhang a Whistleblower

In the first part of an interview with NewsClick, Facebook whistleblower Sophie Zhang talks about what motivated her to reveal details about the corporation’s multiple failures

Mapping Faultlines; Did We Learn Anything from Cuban Missile Crisis?

In this episode, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the Cuban Missile Crisis and the lessons that were learnt and those that were ignored