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Workers march in Leeds against a new contract by supermarket giant Asda

Unions say the company is threatening its workers to sign a new contract that would introduce unpaid breaks and force people to work on weekends and bank holidays.

Northern Irish residents protest gold mining in Sperrin Hills

The protesters claim that mining in the region will pollute the air and water with toxic chemicals

LGBTQ community fights prejudice on the streets of Poland

Defying the homophobic threats from the far-right, pride marches continue in Poland

norway-shooting Perpetrator of racist attack on Norway mosque to be prosecuted under anti-terror laws

The shooter, with known pro-Nazi opinions on social media, is also accused of murdering his half-sister

Hundreds march in Lisbon against neo-nazi event Hundreds march in Lisbon against neo-nazi event

Portuguese communists and the Left Bloc registered a strong protest against a conference of far-right groups, organized by the hyper-nationalist platform called New Social Order.

romania-protests Romanians hold massive anti-government rally demanding fair justice system

The march took place on the first anniversary of a violent police crackdown on anti-corruption protests in the country last year. They demanded a change in the government

Slovenian left's bid to limit brokerage fee runs into real estate opposition Slovenian left’s bid to limit brokerage fee runs into real estate opposition

The Slovenian parliament approved a proposal moved by Levica to spare tenants from the burden of having to pay commission fees to real estate brokers

Housing rights activists continue protests against Serco Housing activists continue protests against eviction of asylum seekers in Glasgow

Activists boarded a train and pasted posters condemning housing provider Serco, which is planning to evict over 300 asylum seekers after it lost a contract to provide housing

A racist party and the sway of king Leopold’s ghost

A recent ‘African-themed party’ in Brussels shows that many Belgians have not reflected on or learnt from the lessons of their horrific past as a colonial power which was one of the most brutal eras in Africa history

“Our universities must be survivable for students and staff of color”

Interview with the Goldsmiths Anti-Racist Action (GARA), a group of concerned students at Goldsmiths, University of London, that fights racism within and outside the campus.

Rescue ship-Spain Migrant rescue ship Open Arms stranded in the sea for seventh day

The ship, with 121 migrants onboard, now awaits the Spanish government’s approval to dock at a safe port after being denied permission by Malta and Italy.

Russia Protests Thousands protest biased scrutiny of nominations for Moscow local elections

Reports say that more than 1,000 protesters were detained on August 3 while opposing the rejection of the nominations of opposition candidates for the Moscow Duma elections

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