The International Union of Left Publishers condemned the raid on a left book store in Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur by the Ministry of Home Affairs, reports Peoples Dispatch.
Luisa González of the left-wing Citizens Revolution Movement and Daniel Noboa of the right-wing National Democratic Action Alliance will contest a run-off election in October, following the outcome of Ecuador's August 20 general election, reports Peoples Dispatch.
A new pay scheme introduced by Blinkit, a quick-delivery grocery service in India, has sparked protests by delivery workers across several cities, reports Peoples Dispatch.
Chilean president Gabriel Boric has announced his plan to nationalise the country’s lithium industry to boost the economy and protect the environment, reports People's Dispatch.
The world’s total military expenditure surpassed $2.24 trillion last year, with Europe recording its steepest rise in the past three decades, reports Peoples Dispatch.
At least 427 people have been killed, as clashes between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces enter their ninth consecutive day. Peoples Dispatch reports.
Peru withdrew its ambassador from Colombia following statements from Colombian President Gustavo Petro in support of ousted Peruvian President Pedro Castillo, reports Peoples Dispatch.
Indian farmers held a successful march to demand crop price guarantees, land ownership rights for tribal farmers, immediate financial relief and loan waivers, reports Peoples Dispatch.
The Indian Patent Office rejected pharmaceutical company Janssen’s application for an extension of its patent on a drug used in the treatment of tuberculosis, reports Peoples Dispatch.
Hundreds of people have staged a protest outside the government headquarters in Beirut in the second consecutive day of protests against the ongoing economic crisis, reports Peoples Dispatch.
Communist Party of Swaziland activist Mvuselelo Mkhabela escaped from a hospital after being shot and tortured by the police, reports Peoples Dispatch.
The latest migrant drownings off the Tunisian coast have led to further scrutiny of Tunisia’s treatment of migrants from sub-Saharan Africa, reports Peoples Dispatch.
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