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Egypt-France military cooperation Egypt targeted and killed civilians using French military intelligence, new report reveals

The report has sparked anger along with multiple calls for investigations amid revelations that France was directly responsible for 19 air strikes by Egyptian authorities which killed hundreds of people and destroyed several vehicles between 2016 and 2018

Migrant death Croatia European Court of Human Rights holds Croatian authorities responsible for death of migrant child

An Afghan migrant family was forcefully pushed back from the border by the Croatian authorities in 2017. A six-year-old child in the family was later hit and killed by a train while walking on foot near the Serbian border

UK's move to ban Hamas Palestinian groups denounce UK’s decision to ban Hamas as attempt to “criminalize resistance”

Last week, UK home secretary Priti Patel announced the government’s decision to ban Hamas in totality, claiming that it can no longer differentiate between the group’s military and political wings

The struggle for vaccine equity intensifies in Italy

The European Union has been at the forefront of the opposition that rich countries have shown towards the TRIPS waiver proposal for COVID-19 medical products. However, the EU’s position in the international arena is not shared by the people of Europe, who wish to see vaccines accessible in the Global South

Polytechnic Uprising - Greece 1 Greeks mark 48th anniversary of Polytechnic uprising with massive mobilizations

The Athens Polytechnic uprising of 1973 started as a student strike which escalated into a massive demonstration of popular rejection of the US-backed right-wing military junta. The uprising was brutally suppressed on November 17

Migrants die at sea 10 migrants found dead off Libya coast after European coast guards ignore rescue calls

As many as 99 people on the boat were rescued alive. The wooden boat was found by Doctors without Borders (MSF) around 30 nautical miles from the Libyan coast

Palestine Solidarity-Denmark Danish communist youth mobilize in solidarity with Palestine and its people

The Danish Communist Youth condemned Danish universities for investing in companies that are operating in the illegal Israeli settlements in Palestinian territories

At COP26, the only person arrested and charged was a Communist.

Amid the deepening climate crisis, it has become increasingly clear that capitalism is not only the root of the problem, but it also offers no viable solutions. Police cracked down on those that bore the clarion call “socialism or extinction”

LARCO Workers Protest- Greece In Greece, LARCO workers intensify protest against government’s privatization bid

Workers of the state-owned General Mining and Metallurgical Company SA (LARCO) in Greece have been resisting the government’s bid to privatize the company for the past 22 months 

Anti-fascist rally in Madrid commemorates 14th anniversary of Carlos Palomino’s martyrdom

16-year-old Carlos Palomino Munoz was stabbed and killed on a train by Josué Estébanez de la Hija, who was on his way to attend a rally organized by the extremist National Democracy party. Carlos himself was heading to a counter-rally

YCL Protest-Glasgow 1 We fight for Socialism – the police fight for extinction: Young communists respond to repression in Glasgow

Members of the Young Communist League (YCL) of Britain, who were marching under the slogan ‘Socialism or Extinction,’ were pushed back by the police who tried to prevent them from taking part in the mobilization

Women's Protest-Poland Women in Poland demand justice for victim of anti-abortion law

Progressive sections in Poland blame the Constitutional Court’s notorious anti-abortion directive for the death of a 30-year-old woman from pregnancy-related complications in Pszczyna hospital

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