Independent and progressive candidates won more than a two-thirds majority in the Constitutional Convention, which will draft Chile’s new constitution, reports Tanya Wadhwa.
Rihab Charida, Antony Loewenstein and Abe Quadan discuss Israel's latest assault on Palestine and what makes this moment historic on the latest episode of the Green Left Show.
Kerry Smith reports that thousands of school students and supporters took to the streets around Australia on May 21 to demand: "Fund our future not gas".
Refugees are the target of new inhumane laws passed by the Coalition and Labor, reports Sue Bolton.
Despite reports of US President Joe Biden pressuring for a ceasefire, the US has thrown its full support behind Israel’s murderous war against the Palestinians, writes Barry Sheppard.
Unions, peace and aid groups are condemning Israel's air strikes and calling on the Australian government to demand Israel cease fire. Isaac Nellist reports.
Dockworkers in Livorno have mobilised to protest the arrival of a cargo ship loaded with rockets destined for the Israeli Defense Forces amid Israel’s war against the Palestinian people, writes Giacomo Turci.
The show trial of 108 leaders, elected representatives and activists from the Peoples’ Democratic Party was resumed after being delayed by a 17-day COVID-19 lockdown in Turkey, reports Peter Boyle.
India's response to COVID-19's second wave must prioritise the needs of the most marginalised, says Sion Kongari.
The Norwegian Refugee Council has confirmed that 11 of the more than 60 children killed by Israeli air strikes in Gaza over the past week were participating in its program to deal with trauma.
The insistence on Israel’s “right to exist” is really a demand for the maintenance of a supremacist “Jewish’’ state, in which Palestinians are second-class citizens, argues Sam Wainwright.
With negotiations over forming a Catalan government bogged down and a repeat election looming, pro-independence forces have reached an unexpected agreement, reports Dick Nichols.
Ian Angus presents seven new books about capitalist environmental destruction and the fight to save the Earth.
Barry Healy reviews Son of the South, the true story of Bob Zellner, a white student in Alabama who broke from the prevailing Jim Crow apartheid and nearly lost his life in the anti-racist struggle.
Activist Stephen Langford is refusing to pay a fine for using liquid chalk to make a statement about the treatment of refugees, reports Kerry Smith.
Commuters in Sydney’s eastern suburbs are angry with the New South Wales government’s plan to cut 25 bus routes in the south-eastern suburbs, reports Jim McIlroy.