Green Left journalist’s Isaac Nellist and Chloe DS go through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.
Stories from Green Left News Podcast 21
The 50th anniversary of the 1973 military coup against Salvador Allende reminded many of the need to continue to defend democratic rights and support the struggle for democracy and socialism. Jim McIlroy reports.
Anglicare Australia’s new report says people on low incomes often end up paying more for basic goods. Isaac Nellist reports.
Kanyanatt Kalfagiannis, spokesperson for the Australian Alliance for Thai Democracy, spoke to Green Left's Peter Boyle about the recent deal done to keep the popular Move Forward party out of government, following recent elections.
While Luis Rubiales' resignation is a victory for the campaign against sexual harassment in Spanish sport, the case continues to shake up Spanish society, reports Dick Nichols.
Keynote speaker Bob Carr's sleight of hand on the Nakba angered many, including many of his supporters. Khaled Ghannam reports.
Greens MP Max Chandler-Mather used the 50th anniversary of the military coup in Chile to propose we scrutinise Australia’s role in helping the United States overthrow socialist president Salvador Allende. The major parties refused. Federico Fuentes reports.
NSW Labor announced it would stop logging in "high value" forests in the mid-north coast, but critics say logging must end across the entire proposed Great Koala National Park area. Pip Hinman reports.
From misappropriating JobKeeper funds, to illegally sacking thousands of workers, to Alan Joyce’s enormous “pay” rises, the scandals associated with Qantas are piling up. Mary Merkenich argues it should be renationalised.
Speakers denounced the United States role in the coup against the socialist government of Salvador Allende in 1973 at a rally outside the US Consulate. Chris Slee reports.
Canada's fires have already burned more than eight million hectares of land, severely impacting Indigenous communities already struggling to protect their land, reports Jeff Shantz.
Justin Tutty has been found not guilty of trespass for sitting down in an MPs office, but children are still being locked in Don Dale against expert advice and royal commission recommendations. Stephen W Enciso reports.
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