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Peace on the agenda at the Rosa Luxemburg Conference

Socialists and communists gathered in Berlin, Germany to discuss war, crisis, and mobilization for the year ahead

Eurozone - Croatia Leftists slam Croatia’s Eurozone entry amid soaring inflation

Croatians are now facing increased inflation due to conversion of the country’s currency to the euro, in addition to the ongoing cost of living crisis with rising food and energy prices across Europe

Stepan Bandera - Ukraine Ukraine’s glorification of Stepan Bandera draws criticism even from key ally

Since 2014, the post-Maidan regime in Ukraine and its far-right militias have been glorifying the far-right, hyper-nationalist legacy of World War II Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera

Struggle for liberation of Western Sahara intensifies

Fighting between the Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army and Moroccan occupying forces has intensified in recent days

Greek Protests Greek workers protest government’s anti-labor policies and inaction on inflation

The Greek working class has been facing persecution by the employers amid an acute cost of living crisis, marked by soaring energy and food prices

Workers Protest - Europe 1 With winter coming, European workers seek concrete steps to address cost of living crisis

The ongoing cost of living crisis and fuel shortages and the failure of governments to handle the issue has raised concern among workers and the poor across Europe

Iran nuclear deal Iran at crossroads of history

The US expectation is that Iran’s and Russia’s interests as oil-exporting countries will inevitably collide as they scramble for markets

Ukraine is a wake-up call for Europe

It is becoming clear that US neoconservatives have succeeded in creating a warmongering, anti-Russian mood in Europe through an unprecedented information war.

Wildfires - Europe Protests swell as heat wave and wildfires rage across Europe

While the climate crisis wreaks havoc in the form of heatwaves, forest fires, floods and other extreme events, neoliberal governments continue to put profits before the people and climate

Bid to ‘normalize’ relations with Bulgaria sparks protest in North Macedonia

Lured by the prospective EU membership, the North Macedonian government continues to negotiate unpopular agreements with neighboring countries

Why is monkeypox in the news?

From 1970 onwards, sporadic monkeypox outbreaks have occurred in Central and West Africa which have been constantly ignored by Western countries as well as mainstream media.

Workers Protest - Belgium Massive workers’ demonstration in Brussels seeks wage increase amid worsening cost of living crisis

Over 80,000 people marched in Brussels demanding that the government repeal the 1996 Wage Margin Act that acts as an obstacle to negotiating a maximum average wage increase