A recording of the public forum "Ukraine resists! Fighting back against Russian tanks and Western banks" organised by Green Left.
West Papuans and their supporters say they have been “let down” by Melanesian Spearhead Group leaders over a decision not to admit the United Liberation Movement of West Papua as a full member, reports Susan Price.
Thousands of Berliners took to the streets on bicycles on August 25 to protest the dominance of motor vehicles in the city, discriminatory road traffic laws and car-centric urban planning, reports Ben Radford.
A large crowd of protesters gathered in Suva, Fiji on August 25 to march and voice their collective opposition to Japan’s nuclear waste water disposal strategy, reports Rowena Acraman.
An eight-member fact-finding team, comprising leftists, lawyers, Dalit and women’s rights activists from across India, visited affected villages and relief camps across the northeastern state of Manipur from August 10‒14, reports Susan Price.
Ukrainian state-backed project, “I Want to Live”, says it plans to start exchanging Russian prisoners of war (POWs) for anti-war political prisoners jailed in Russia, reports Federico Fuentes.
A Moscow court has rejected an appeal by Ukrainian human rights activist Maksym Butkevych against his 13-year jail sentence, reports Federico Fuentes.
Extreme right libertarian candidate Javier Milei won just over 30% of the vote in Argentina’s August 13 primary elections. Federico Fuentes looks behind the result and what this could mean for October's presidential election.
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.
Powerful interests are still pushing Kyiv in the direction of fossil fuels and nuclear energy, writes Simon Pirani.
In Montana, in the United States, a court has found in favour of 16 young people, aged from 5 to 22, who argued that their constitutional right to a clean and healthful environment was violated by permitting fossil fuel projects, reports Binoy Kampmark.
Centre-left candidate Bernardo Arévalo de León from the Movimiento Semilla (Seed Movement) won a decisive victory in Guatemala's presidential run-off election on August 20 against the “pact of the corrupt”, reports Laura Salome Canteros.