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Victory Day - Europe Progressives across Europe mark 77th anniversary of victory over Nazi Germany

The Victory Day celebrations were held even as anti-communist and anti-Russian sections across Europe have been trying to undermine the role of the Soviet Union in defeating the Nazi Germany during World War II

UK’s anti-refugee immigration bill rejected in House of Lords again and other stories

Today we look at rising deaths of asylum seekers in the Mediterranean, the conviction of Burkinabe officials in the killing of Thomas Sankara, and more

Hungarian Elections Incumbent prime minister Viktor Orbán wins fourth term in Hungary 

Viktor Orbán and his conservative Fidesz party continue their dominance riding on a hyper-nationalist, homophobic and Eurosceptic campaign in Hungary

What led to the war in Ukraine?

The war in Ukraine is the latest escalation in a decades-long conflict. What brought about this situation?

Political economy of the conflict in Ukraine

A closer look at what is behind the expansion of NATO in Eastern Europe and how this has fueled a climate of war

No moral high ground while Europe pursues a policy of death at its borders

Europe’s treatment of migrants and refugees at its border is in clear contradiction to its alleged defense of human rights and against international law

European Union prefers corporate profits over the health of people across the world

By showing reluctance on the patent waiver on COVID-19-related products even after the majority of its population is vaccinated, the EU leadership has once again taken the side of Big Pharma and perpetuated vaccine apartheid

Twist in TRIPS waiver negotiations raises eyebrows

A small group of WTO members has been discussing a watered-down version of the TRIPS waiver, which would leave most of the Global South’s production capacities unused

Communists on Ukraine - Russia Conflict Communists urge for peaceful resolution of Ukraine-Russia conflict; slam US-led war mongering

The US and NATO continue to flare up tensions in the region, despite the repeated calls for restraint by the Russian and Ukrainian political leadership

Shatha Odeh trial 7 months after her arrest, Shatha Odeh’s case is emblematic of Israeli attack on Palestinian civil society

Shatha Odeh, the director of the Health Work Committees, has been in jail since July 2021 during which time she contracted COVID-19. Her case is a microcosm of Israel’s attempts to eliminate all voices critical of its discriminatory policies

At least 13 killed in US special operations forces raid in Syria and other stories

Today we look at the US special operations raid in Syria’s Idlib province, the death of 12 migrants near the Turkey-Greece border, and more

2021 sees drastic rise in migrant deaths, detentions off Libyan coast and other stories

Today we look at migrant deaths and detentions in the Mediterranean Sea, repression of Palestinian prisoners protesting Israeli violence, and more

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