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Ireland Referendum: Big Victory, Many Intersections
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Ireland Referendum: Big Victory, Many Intersections

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The referendum results will now trigger a change in Ireland’s current law, which gives equal rights to the fetus and the mother By D. Raghunandan / Source: NewsClick / The Dawn News / May 29, 2018 The results in the Irish referendum, on repealing the prevailing ban on abortions except […]

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Tens of thousands protest in France against Macron’s reforms
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Tens of thousands protest in France against Macron’s reforms

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They took to the streets against reforms targeting public sector jobs and privatization of the railways by Pavan Kulkarni/ The Dawn News/ May 28, 2018 Tens of thousands of people – including railway workers, nurses, public sector employees, students and retirees – once again took to the streets in 160 different […]

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Photo taken on March 01, 2018 Leader of the Italy's populist Five Star Movement, Luigi Di Maio (L), shakes hands with Italian lawyer Giuseppe Conte, as Di Maio presents his would-be cabinet team. Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini, the leader of the far right party League (Lega) who have reached an agreement on a joint program, have to present their choice to lead the government today on May 21, 2018 and according to the Italian medias Giuseppe Conte could be their candidate. / AFP PHOTO / Filippo MONTEFORTE
Italy News

Populists, far right set to form coalition government in Italy

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The alliance of the hitherto fierce rivals will implement a programme that is harsh on migrants and challenges EU austerity policies   By Pavan Kulkarni / The Dawn News / May 22, 2018 After the Italian elections on March 4 this year resulted in a hung assembly, the populist, anti-establishment […]

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The threat of the privatization of the State-owned Railways and the attack on the job security of its workers saw railway unions mobilize on a large scale on May 1. Credit:  AFP / GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT
France News

French workers rally against slew of anti-labour policies

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Around 200,000 took part in May Day rallies that marked a resounding challenge to President Macron’s assault on the working class By Pavan Kulkarni / The Dawn News / May 3, 2018 On May 1, French President Emmanuel Macron landed in Australia for his Pacific tour. The previous weeks had […]

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Committees in Defense of the Republic
Catalonia News Statement

Repression and criminalization in Catalonia continues

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Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / Source: Kaos en la red / April 5, 2018 The report of the Civil Guard against the CDR: No violence By Gemma Liñán The Civil Guard admits that “their [the CDRs] strategy consists of non-violent civil disobedience and resistance, both active and passive”. Judge Pablo Llarena […]

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