Supporters of abortion rights in the United States are working hard and having success in overturning nefarious state bans, reports Barry Sheppard.
For Geert Wilders, the leader of Dutch far-right Freedom Party (PVV), years of patience paid off while the incumbent right-wing party gambled and lost in the country's recent elections, writes Alex De Jong.
Community First, a progressive ticket, has been formed to challenge a conservative group that dominates the Cairns Regional Council, reports Alex Bainbridge.
After two days of debate, the Spanish congress invested the second-term government led by prime minister Pedro Sánchez on November 16, following a deal between the Spanish Socialist Workers Party and Together for Catalonia (Junts), reports Dick Nichols.
Poland’s October 15 parliamentary elections have ended the eight-year rule of the incumbent right-wing political alliance, reports Szymon Martys.
The principle of “one person one vote” took a big leap forward in the City of Sydney last week with the abolition of double votes for business, writes Andrew Chuter.
Filipino community groups organised a moving commemoration, “Never Again, Never Forget, Never Again To Martial Law” to mark resistance to ongoing martial law. Tracy Cabrera reports.
Green Left's European correspondent Dick Nichols analyses the July 23 Spanish general election.
Bárbara Navarrete, newly-elected secretary general of the Communist Youth of Chile speaks to Taroa Zúñiga Silva.
The Socialist Party of Malaysia (PSM) and the Malaysian United Democracy Alliance (MUDA) have agreed on an electoral pact for the upcoming state assembly elections on August 12, reports Peter Boyle.
The International Monetary Fund approved a larger-than-expected conditional loan — worth US$3 billion — for Pakistan, on July 12, reports Farooq Tariq. But ordinary people will pay the cost.
At least 16 people were killed, hundreds injured and more than 500 arrested, following three days of protest in Senegal in early June, prompting fears of a further crackdown, reports Leo Earle.
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