The court has permitted the DSS to hold the journalist and activist in custody for 45 days on the basis of the Terrorism Act.
The agreement between a section of the DFCF and the military junta does not assure the dissolution of militias and grants immunity to government members
Tens of thousands of people are set to take to the streets for the third successive day demanding justice for the four children and one activist who were killed by militiamen in the city of El Obeid
The military junta is seeking immunity for its members through the constitutional declaration, the negotiations over which have resumed today.
Four were killed and several were injured when Sudanese security forces shot at protesters in the city of Al-Abyad
Peoples Dispatch takes a look at the protests in Colombia in response to recent murders of activists, a teachers’ strike in Zimbabwe, and a mass resignation of textile workers in southern India.
Despite repeated police harassment and physical attacks on the union’s president, members of ARTUZ will carry their struggle forward
The tragedy, the biggest of its kind this year, has intensified the UN refugee agency’s calls to open safe pathways for refugees who otherwise take perilous journeys to escape poverty and war.
In this episode, we report on protests in Rodrigues Island, the demolition of a Palestinian village by Israel, and the struggle in Peru against a mining project.
The strike was called off by the unions after South Africa Police Service assures the union that the call center workers’ employment will be shifted from Public Service Act to Police Act, which would raise their pay and provide additional benefits.
The uncovering of a treasure on the coast of Rodrigues has sparked a debate around the island’s autonomy and the struggle for independence from its colonial occupier Mauritius
Protesters are concerned that justice for those who were attacked during the protests is impossible unless the military lays down power