North America

A new migrant caravan consisting of around 1,100 people started its journey towards the US from San Pedro Sula in Honduras.

Yemen war

Both the houses of Congress had passed resolutions seeking an end to the war in Yemen which has claimed thousands of lives.

The activists were arrested after the police forcibly evacuated the protest camp of the Indigenous communities against the laying of pipelines by Coastal GasLink

Nearly 3,000 teachers and support staff from California’s Sacramento City Unified School District, under the banner of the Sacramento City Teachers Association, staged a protest on April 11 over the school district’s failure to abide by the terms of a 2017 agreement

With new information coming to light on what caused the Ethiopian Airlines plane to crash on March 10, it has become even more evident that Boeing and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the US share most of the blame for the accident.

Julian Assange

Assange was arrested from the Ecuadorian embassy after the country withdrew the political asylum it had granted him in 2012. Assange, along with former US soldier and whistleblower Chelsea Elizabeth Manning, exposed American war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan

Rutgers Strike

The faculty union has called on the university board to immediately consider their demands, failing which they will go on the first ever university strike in the history of Rutgers.

The Highlander Research and Education Center was founded in 1932 and has played a pivotal role in working-class, revolutionary movements in the south and across the US

The media has been hailing the victory of Lori Lightfoot, who is a black woman and openly gay, as a historic moment. However, activists point out that she has a history of working against the interests of the very communities whose interests she claims to champion

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