Susan Price

Several days before Israel’s ground invasion of Rafah, Gaza, tens of thousands took to the streets for the 17th consecutive week of protests across Australia.

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Supporters of Palestine residing on the Gold Coast are calling on Lord Mayor Tom Tate and the Gold Coast City Council to withdraw its Sister City agreement with the Israeli coastal resort town of Netanya, reports Susan Price.

Thousands marched again against Israel’s genocide in Gaza, in some cities for the 16th week in a row, and after Labor suspended aid to the Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees.

protesters, map of mining site

An Algerian court has acquitted university lecturer and scientist Kamel Aïssat on all charges related to his opposition to a lead and zinc mine on Algeria’s Mediterranean coast, following an international campaign of solidarity, reports Susan Price.

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About 200 people gathered on Queensland's Gold Coast to oppose Australia's support for Israel's genocidal war in Gaza and to demand a permanent ceasefire. Susan Price reports.

Miko Peled Palestine protest

Author and human rights activist Miko Peled says that while calls for a ceasefire are important, now is the time for demands for real political solutions for the Palestinians, reports Susan Price.

Cuba Palestine solidarity

As the Israeli state intensifies its bombing of the Gaza Strip, including targeting hospitals and civilians fleeing its genocidal attack, Cubans reaffirmed their solidarity with the Palestinian people, reports Susan Price.

Protest for Palestine Brisbane

As Israel’s bombardment of Gaza continues and its ground invasion looms, left parties from India, the Philippines and Malaysia stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people’s right to self determination and call for a political solution — not more loss of life, reports Susan Price.

Fireproof Australia climate action

Climate activist Jay Larbalestier was resentenced after police were found to have provided false information in his arrest at a climate protest in April last year. Susan Price reports.

Rojava

Turkey escalated its bombing of civilian targets in North East Syria (in the region known as Rojava) on October 5, reports Susan Price.

climate protest

The Global Ecosocialist Network brought together labour and climate justice activists from Africa, Asia, the United States and Europe, in June, to discuss how to build stronger links, reports Susan Price.

West Papua funeral

West Papuan advicates suspect that Indonesian security forces are behind the shootings of five Papuan youths, aged between 15 and 18 years old, in the Yahukimo Regency in the highlands of Indonesian-occupied West Papua, reports Susan Price.