While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has so far denied Israel’s plans to occupy Gaza, ministers in own cabinet have joined thousands of colonial settlers in calls to “return” to the Gaza Strip, reports Tanupriya Singh.
No matter who attacks, the Baloch people are the target on both sides, writes Farooq Tariq.
Neal Meyer is a national leader of Bread & Roses, a caucus of Marxist activists in the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA). He spoke with Green Left’s Federico Fuentes about the impact that Israel’s war on Gaza is having on US politics.
Thousands of people took to the streets in the Cusco region of southern Peru protesting the government’s move to privatise ticket sales for the famous Machu Picchu archaeological site, reports Ana Zorita.
The union representing pilots and cabin crew at budget airline Jetstar Japan began coordinated strike action ahead of Christmas, after a breakdown in collective bargaining negotiations with management, reports Clive Tillman.
Several of Israel’s allies have suspended funding to the United Nations agency for Palestine refugees (UNRWA) following allegations that 12 of its employees were involved in the October 7 attacks led by Hamas, reports Maureen Clare Murphy.
The United States and Britain claim they don't want to expand the war in the Middle East, when that is exactly what they are doing. Alex Salmon and Elizabeth Bantas report.
An abuse of process hearing has started against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for violence inflicted on Indigenous land defenders opposing construction of the Coastal GasLink fracked gas pipeline across unceded Wet’suwet’en territory, reports Jeff Shantz.
The United States and its allies bombed targets in Yemen, after the Houthi-led government hit commercial shipping to and from Israel in the Red Sea, in solidarity with the people of Gaza, report Malik Miah and Barry Sheppard.
Green Left’s Federico Fuentes spoke to Youngsu Won, a socialist and coordinator of the International Forum in South Korea, about the new tensions flaring on the Korean peninsula and their potential ramifications.
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.
In the United States, despite the mainstream media’s backing of Israel’s genocidal war in Gaza, more young people in the US are critical of the war and taking leading roles in the movement against it, write Barry Sheppard and Malik Miah.