UKRAINIAN anti-fascist forces began pulling back lighter military vehicles from front lines yesterday, as Kiev forces repeatedly breached a ceasefire.
Forces in the eastern Donetsk and Lughansk regions — collectively called the Donbass — said they were moving tanks and...
Monday 20th Jul 2015
posted by James Tweedie in World
FORMER Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has warned that EU-imposed austerity measures are doomed to failure.
Mr Varoufakis told the BBC over the weekend that the bailout programme will “go down in history as the greatest disaster of macroeconomic management ever.
Anti-fascists and Kiev again accuse each other
Saturday 18th Jul 2015
VENEZUELA’S parliamentary speaker has condemned a US decision to reward an NGO which aided violent anti-government protests last year.
National Assembly president Diosdado Cabello used his weekly television programme to attack the US State Department for granting the Venezuelan...
Syriza ropey after 38 MPs revolt against austerity
Friday 17th Jul 2015
CUBAN President Raul Castro called on his US counterpart Barack Obama on Wednesday to end sanctions as the two countries prepared to restore diplomatic relations.
Speaking to the Cuban parliament, Mr Castro also said that the US should hand back Guantanamo Bay, pay reparations for the...
LOYALIST rioters attacked an old people’s home on Wednesday in the third night of rioting in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
They wrecked the entrance of sheltered housing on the Woodvale Road and hurled bottles and golf balls directly at the premises instead of police because their...
Numsa expulsion and Vavi sacking endorsed
Thursday 16th Jul 2015
NEW ZEALAND trade unions warned yesterday that a secretive trade deal would raise healthcare costs for workers.
Negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership have hit crunch point, with extended talks in Hawaii scheduled for the end of the month.
Fascist paramilitaries behind Euromaidan coup ‘mobilise 10,000 fighters’ after stand-off with Ukrainian security forces
Tuesday 14th Jul 2015