Thousands marched on December 4 in Rabat against soaring prices of basic goods including food and fuel. The protest also drew attention to the attacks on freedom of expression, public services, and labor rights
Eugene Puryear of BreakThrough News talks about the state of the US economy ahead of the midterm polls and how the two parties have used the issue electorally
Protests were held in over 30 cities across Morocco on October 17 to demand an increase in wages, a reduction in prices of basic necessities, and the release of all political prisoners.
In recent weeks, the streets of Haiti have once again been occupied by large marches and roadblocks. Banks and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) – including Catholic charities – faced the wrath of the protesters who denounced US interference in Haitian affairs
Ghana has initiated talks with the International Monetary Fund to seek a potential bailout amid a major economic crisis. This has been rejected by the Socialist Movement of Ghana and trade unions who argue that this will do nothing to alleviate the structural problems in the economy
Castillo is facing criticism from left and right sectors and even went back on imposing a curfew in response to the truckers’ strike
Today we look at Pakistan’s political scenario as PM Imran Khan faces a no-confidence motion, marches in Argentina to honour the victims of the coup, and more
Today we look at the success of the Indian farmers’ struggle in pushing a repeal of 3 laws, sympathy strikes by over 40,000 Kaiser Permanente health workers in the US, and more
The state-run company is selling 8 refineries, thousands of miles of pipelines, and fuel distributors
On the second day of the protests over shortage of fuel in the country, Haitian government announced an increase in the price of diesel.
The attacks on Bulawayo on Tuesday came a day after police killed 5 protesters and injured 26 in Harare. Protests broke out on Monday following a massive fuel hike imposed by the government
The government announced a 20% increase in the price of extra premium petrol and diesel, as well as a discontinuation of over 25,000 public services in health, education and employment