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Three months of struggle in Chile

For months, hundreds of thousands of Chileans have been standing firm in their demand for a new inclusive constitution through a National Constituent Assembly, enduring brutal state repression

Gustavo Pedraza: “The legacy that Carlos leaves us is of unrelenting struggle”

Five years have passed since social leader Carlos Alberto Pedraza Salcedo was forcibly disappeared and assassinated, and the struggle for truth and justice continues

Five activists arrested in police raid in Swaziland have been released

According to police, the documents calling for democracy that were confiscated in the raids may be considered treasonous

Two months of Chilean resistance

Enduring heavy police and military repression for two months, Chileans stand firm in their demand for a new inclusive constitution

Indian students unite in solidarity against police brutality

After the police crackdown wherein over 100 students were injured, students from across the country are rising up in protest against the police brutality

National protest in Colombia against Duque’s tax reform

The tax reform, promoted by President Iván Duque, gives significant tax benefits to the wealthiest sectors which critics claim will deepen inequality

Dignity on the streets of Colombia

The people of Colombia have been mobilizing on the streets for the past three weeks against the government despite brutal state repression

Colombian national strike continues

Since November 21, hundreds of thousands have been mobilizing across Colombia to reject President Iván Duque’s anti-people and neoliberal policies

Colombia’s historic national strike set to continue for third day

Hundreds of thousands of people in Colombia having been taking to the streets in towns, cities, and municipalities to express their rejection of the government of Ivan Duque and his policies of neoliberalism, war and violence.

Anti-government protests in Chile enter a third week

Chileans are demanding the resignation of President Sebastián Piñera, the establishment of a National Constituent Assembly and punishment for state officials, responsible for human rights violations during the protests.

Yellow Vests France Yellow Vests plan future course of action ahead of first anniversary

The Yellow Vests movement, which started in France on November 17, 2018, is set to observe its first anniversary. Since its inception, the movement has conducted weekly protests on Saturday

Chile continues to resist!

Despite militarized cities and brutal repression, the people of Chile have continued their brave mobilizations against the neoliberal and anti-people government of President Sebastián Piñera

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