Europe

Activists attempted to occupy an an open pit coal mine in Garzweiler in the German State of North-Rhine Westphalia as part of a protest called by Ende Gelände to end Europe’s dependency on fossil fuels.

steel workers strike -Greece

The employees of the company, Sidenor, had their salaries and benefits cut during the economic crisis. However, even after the company returned to profitability, it refused to revisit their contracts

UK court ruling on arms deal with Saudi Arabia

A British court ruled that arms sales to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen are unlawful. Meanwhile, the US senate blocked arms sales to Saudi Arabia and its allies.

The survivors, the relatives of the victims, as well as members of the local community are enraged at the delay in progress of the official inquiry into the 2017 fire

Womens strike switzerland

The condition of women in Swiss workplaces is substandard compared to its neighboring European states as a wage gap of 8% persists between men and women with equal qualifications.

The RMT is celebrating a victory as offshore workers will finally be covered by the National Minimum Wage Act and gain rights and protections

Bologna Protests

Members of the Unione Sindacale di Base (USB) also helped relocating almost 140 inhabitants of the center, who faced the risk of being sent to Sicily. The order to close the center came from minister of internal affairs, Matteo Salvini

Moldovan parliamentary elections

The Democratic Party of Moldova is said to be plotting a civil war in the country as its supporters are trying to violently disrupt the functioning of state institutions in order to destabilize the new coalition government

Trade union demo Denmark

The unions demand that the new dispensation discontinue the austerity policies of its predecessor and incorporate the aspirations of the working class in the ongoing inter-party dialogue in Copenhagen to form a new government.

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