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10,000 John Deere workers begin largest US private sector strike in years

While the company has earned record profits, workers say their pay and benefits are being undercut

Indonesia parliament passes widely opposed Papua Special Autonomy law and other stories

Today we look at protests against Indonesia’s Special Autonomy law for Papua, an ongoing hunger strike by undocumented migrants in Belgium, and more

Volvo Trucks workers in US face uncertainty as company unilaterally imposes deal

Despite the third tentative agreement proposed by Volvo Trucks North America being rejected by the workers in a vote last week, the company has declared that it will unilaterally impose the deal effective on Monday

Protests spread amid severe shortages and soaring prices in Lebanon and other stories

Today we look at the crisis in Lebanon as the state cuts subsidies, the trial ordered against digital rights activist Ola Bini in Ecuador, and more

US Volvo workers strike Volvo Trucks workers on strike again in Virginia

The second wave of strike at the Volvo Trucks North America plant in Virginia, US comes after workers resoundingly rejected the second tentative deal offered by the company

US students strike Solidarity pours in for striking NYU student workers as universities across US witness labor upsurge

The graduate students’ strike at the New York University, currently in its second week, has received much support from within and outside the university. Meanwhile, labor groups have taken up similar battles in universities across the country

Students workers in US universities mobilize for better work conditions

After student workers at Columbia University went ahead with a strike action, their counterparts at Illinois State University and New York University are also planning strike votes as negotiations with university administrations have hit a wall

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