Workers from Panama’s most productive economic sector demand that the profits be distributed to workers By Zoe PC / The Dawn News / May 4, 2018 For the last 15 days, Panamanian construction workers of the Single Trade Union of Construction and Allied Workers of Panama (SUNTRACS) have been on […]
Honduran political prisoners continue to suffer in isolation while President Hernández’s fraudulent reelection is internationally recognized By Zoe PC / The Dawn News / May 3, 2018 In December 2017, a mass uprising broke out in Honduras after the reelection of President Juan Orlando Hernández (JOH) in a process most […]
Source: Telesur / The Dawn News / April 27, 2018 On Thursday, April 26, Jesus Santrich, member and leader of Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC), was transferred from La Picota, a prison in Bogotá, Colombia to a hospital in the South of Bogotá due to health issues. TeleSUR […]
Mapuche Nation: Machi Celestino Córdova temporarily suspends hunger strike awaiting State’s response.
Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / April 24, 2018 Tuesday, April 24, in the afternoon, Machi Celestino Córdova confirmed the suspension of his liquid hunger strike that lasted for more than 100 days. Mauricio Ojeda, the governor of Cautín province, was the first to indicate that the Machi […]
Various workers and teachers unions’ around the world have expressed their solidarity with movement in Tunisia. By Zoe PC / The Dawn News / April 24, 2018 Since December last year, thousands of teachers in Tunisia have been mobilizing against the government policies which threaten the public education system and […]