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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

Lee Camp on censoring anti-war voices

As the world moves dangerously close to global violent conflict, anti-war journalists have been banned and censored in Europe and the US. One of these banned voices, Lee Camp, discusses the development and why it is so dangerous

Algirdas Paleckis - Lithuania Justice delayed or justice denied? Lithuanian court postpones hearing on Algirdas Paleckis’ appeal

The hearing on the appeal of socialist leader and ex-diplomat Algirdas Paleckis has been postponed for the second time. He has been convicted on charges of ‘espionage on behalf of Russia’

Red Army Monument-Latvia Latvian socialists condemn desecration of Soviet monument in Jekabpils

The monument in Jekabpils, Latvia, installed on the grave of three Soviet soldiers  who died in combat during World War II, was vandalized on February 24

Finnish communist youth slam proposal to remove friendship memorials 

A Conservative MP in Finland has proposed the removal of the Hakaniemi World Peace Statue in Helsinki and the Friendship of Peoples Monument in Itäkeskus, both symbolic of friendship with the people of Russia

Interview Temur Pipia-Georgia “Georgia should return to the socialist path of development”

Temur Pipia, leader of the Unified Communist Party of Georgia, talks on the legal proceedings against him, the campaign against the left in the country and the challenges before communists

Lithuanian socialist leader Algirdas Paleckis released from jail, to serve house arrest

Socialist leader Algirdas Paleckis has been incarcerated since October 2018 for allegedly “intending to kidnap prosecutors” and being a Russian spy. Critics believe that the former diplomat has been targeted by the right-wing Lithuanian government for his socialist ideology

Poland elections The far right regains power in Poland riding on social conservatism, Euro-skepticism

The ruling conservative Law and Justice Party (PiS) secured a simple majority in the 460-member lower house of the parliament, the Sejm by winning 235 seats

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