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Thousands protest in London’s King’s Cross on October 1.

Hundreds of thousands rallied across Britain calling on the government to address the cost of living crisis. Susan Price reports.

Tsunami

An inflationary tsunami is passing through the world economy, creating economic disorder — in some cases acute political crisis — in every country it touches, writes John Ross.

Lieutenant General Amir Niazi signs the document surrendering to Indian and Bangladeshi forces

The expansion of capitalism, through globalisation and imperialism, has caused social exclusion, poverty and environmental degradation in Bangladesh, writes Sabrina Syed.

At the United Nations General Assembly, Bolivian President Luis Arce outlined his ambitious vision for changing the global capitalist system. Ben Norton reports.

Anthony Albanese, Free Julian Assange

The turnout for the October 8 "human chain" around British Parliament to demand the release WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, exceeded organisers’ expectations, reports Susan Price.

Data privacy

The wholesale, indiscriminate retention of telecommunications data continues to excite legislators and law enforcement in Europe and elsewhere, despite legal challenges, reports Binoy Kampmark.

Fora Bolsonaro

The stronger-than-expected showing for far-right president Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil's first round election has caused much consternation among the Latin American left. Venezuelan socialist Stalin Perez Borges discusses the situation.

Peoples Democratic Party - HDP

People’s Democratic Party (HDP) Foreign Affairs Commission co-spokesperson Hişyar Özsoy discusses Turkey’s growing international presence, domestic politics, and how the party is preparing for next June’s elections.

Renewable energy

The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act constitutes the boldest climate action so far by the US government, writes Richard Heinberg. However, this doesn't mean the US or the world is on track to a safe climate future.

Lula Da Silva

It is vital that the social forces in Brazil combine to secure a victory for Luiz Inacio "Lula" Da Silva in the second round of elections on October 30, and to face the challenges ahead, writes Michael Lowy.

Saharawi refugee camp

Australian fertiliser company Incitec Pivot has confirmed that it is expecting delivery of phosphate rock exported by Morocco from occupied Western Sahara, reports Kerry Smith.

teheran-iran_hair

The uprising in Iran sparked by the murder of Mahsa (Jina) Amini continues to spread across the country and international support for the Iranian people's resistance to the regime is growing, reports Kerry Smith.

Clean up after Hurricane Ian in Cuba

Cuba's world-leading disaster management system sprang into action when  Hurricane Ian struck the country’s western province of Pinar del Río, on September 27, report Vijay Prashad and Manolo De Los Santos.

Women Kabul

Following a blast in a predominantly Hazara majority area, which killed 43 and injured 82, women from the ethnic minority community demonstrated against the attacks, demanding the genocide end, reports Peoples Dispatch.

US-China Pacific

If ever there was a blatant statement of realpolitik masquerading as friendliness, the latest United States-Pacific Island declaration must count as one of them, writes Binoy Kampmark.

Giorgia Meloni

The European far right are seeking to capitalise on the crises resulting from Russia's war on Ukraine to mobilise support, argue Malik Miah and Barry Sheppard.

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