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Thousands march to commemorate the martyrdom of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht

Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht, founders of the Communist Party of Germany, were killed in 1919 at the instigation of the German government

Housing Rights - Berlin Berlin housing rights groups renew calls for expropriation of private realtors’ properties 

On December 15, an interim report published by a commission on the implementation of the 2021 referendum for the appropriation of private real estate in the city of Berlin stated that the State had the constitutional competence to go ahead with the move and that it was financially feasible

Cuba solidarity event Berlin Solidarity event in Berlin celebrates Cuba’s living revolution

The Fiesta de Solidaridad con Cuba in Berlin was organized by Cuba Sí, a working group from the German leftist party Die Linke, on Saturday, July 23. The gathering combined music, photography, and political activism from Cuba, Latin America, and beyond

Anti-capitalist Protest - Germany Progressives demonstrate in German tourist island of Sylt protesting social inequalities 

The ruling class and the rich in Germany continue partying in resorts while the majority of the population is reeling under an acute cost of living crisis

Fighting gentrification in Berlin – the experience of Deutsche Wohnen & CO Enteignen

Phil Butland, a member of the Right2TheCity campaign in Berlin, reflects on the historic referendum on expropriating landlords, the efforts by those in power to place obstacles and what lies ahead for the movement

Berliners win vote to expropriate housing from corporate landlords. What’s next?

Berlin’s housing referendum became possible after years of struggle to make housing in the city affordable and available to all again. To understand the issue and the movement that led to this vote, Peoples Dispatch spoke to Anisia Petcu.

Anti-fascist Protest - Germany Anti-fascist sections in Germany protest spike in police brutality 

The media has exposed private chats between police officers in Cologne supporting violence against suspects. The North Rhine-Westphalian (NRW) State authorities have initiated an investigation against six police officers involved

Police violence against protesters in Dusseldorf, Germany condemned

On Saturday, hundreds of people including journalists were injured in police action in Dusseldorf against those who were opposing a law mooted by the North Rhine-Westphalian (NRW) State government which would penalize certain kinds of protest

Frankfurt Police Special police unit in Frankfurt disbanded over links to far-right

20 active and ex-officers from the special operations unit of Frankfurt police were found sharing far-right symbols and hate messages in their group chats, once again exposing the level of far-right entrenchment in the German security forces

Frankfurt Gathering Progressive youth in Frankfurt honor memory of victims of right-wing violence

The commemoration was held on the second anniversary of the verdict in the case of the racist murders committed by the neo-nazi group, National Socialist Underground (NSU), in Germany

German Left alleges government complicity in COVID-19 outbreak at meat plant

The unsafe work conditions at a meat processing plant in Gütersloh, owned by Tönnies Holding Group, has led to a severe outbreak of COVID-19 amongst its employees

Die Linke win Germany In Germany, Die Linke’s Bodo Ramelow re-elected as Thuringian PM

The elections held on February 5 ended in political chaos when Thomas Kemmerich of the liberal Free Democratic Party declared a victory with the support of conservatives and the far-right