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Covaxin trials: What 81% “interim efficacy” means

Bharat Biotech has claimed in a press release that its Covid-19 vaccine candidate, Covaxin, showed 81% efficacy in the “first interim analysis” of phase-3 trials.

Massive protests in Chile demanding the release of political prisoners

During the uprising than began in October 2019, thousands were arrested and many continue to face legal processes. A number of mobilizations have been organized to demand their immediate release

Haitians remain on the streets against the dictatorial rule of Jovenel Moïse

Three weeks following the breach of constitutional order, the masses in Haiti continue to demand an end to the rule of US backed president Jovenel Moïse.

Minorities and the poor are the worst affected by COVID-19 in the US

The COVID-19 death toll in the US not only outstrips the fatalities of other badly affected nations, but also outnumbers the annual death rate of the most devastating wars and epidemics of the 19th and 20th century

“It is the capitalist system that breeds no respect for workers’ rights”

The general strike called by the South African Federation of Trade Unions saw workers across the country stand up for their rights and demand an end to exploitation by the capitalist system

Trade unions celebrate UK’s Supreme Court ruling on Uber drivers

The decision follows a long running legal battle with Uber Technologies Inc. The first ruling was by the Central Employment Tribunal in 2016, followed by the Employment Appeal Tribunal in 2017 and the Court of Appeal in London

Haitians continue to resist dictatorship and imperialist forces

Protests continue in Haiti against the dictatorship of Jovenel Moïse and the neo-colonialist, imperialist forces that back him.

Indian farmers block trains in continuing protests against farm laws

On February 18, farmers across India responded to the nationwide ‘rail roko’ (stop the trains) call.

Serbian online workers protest against taxation

Online workers in Serbia are protesting a new taxation scheme which could see them paying up to 6 years of back tax

Protests demanding the release of Pablo Hasel gain momentum in Spain

Since 2011, Hasel has been accused in several cases including for allegedly ‘praising communist leaders’ and ‘terrorist groups’ in his work and tweets.

Protests in Honduras against police killing of Keyla Martínez

Protests continue days following the brutal femicide of nursing student Keyla Martínez at the hands of police in Intibucá

Crucial vote to decide unionization of Amazon workers in Alabama

Amazon workers are making history with the second-ever vote on unionization in the company’s US warehouses

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