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‘7th October was a justified rebellion against the Israeli occupying force!’

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Drop Site News, a US-based publication, has recently conducted interviews with senior Hamas officials and reviewed statements from the group’s leaders. These efforts included background...

‘Up to 186,000 or even more deaths could be attributed to...

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‘IT IS NOT implausible to estimate that up to 186,000 or even more deaths could be attributable to the current conflict in Gaza,’ declares...

Iran’s President-elect Masoud Pezeshkian affirms his unwavering support for Hezbollah

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IRAN’S President-elect Masoud Pezeshkian has responded to Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah, affirming the Islamic Republic’s unwavering support to the resistance. In a letter...

Israeli occupation army commits three massacres on Monday!

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The health ministry in Gaza said on Monday that the Israeli occupation army as committed three massacres in different areas of the Gaza Strip...

Ayatollah Khamenei praises Raeisi legacy and wishes success to new president...

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LEADER of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has praised the outgoing administration of the late President Ebrahim Raeisi as ‘the government of...

‘We want no more weasel words – we want immediate recognition...

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On the fifteenth National march for Palestine over one hundred thousand workers and youth took to the streets in central London in support of...

125 union building staff are to strike at the University of...

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One hundred and twenty five union building staff at the University of Chicago Medical Centre (UCMC) are to strike next week amid protracted contract...

NATO unable to agree multi-year pledge to arm Ukraine

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NATO member countries have been unable to reach an agreement on a multi-year pledge to provide military aid to Ukraine, the DPA news agency...

Russian air defence systems strike nine Ukrainian aircraft

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Russian air defence systems have struck nine Ukrainian Air Force aircraft, including seven Su-27s, the Russian Ministry of Defence reported on Tuesday. They said: ‘Two...

Director of Al-Shifa Hospital – held by Israel for seven months...

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THE director of Gaza’s al-Shifa hospital, who had been detained by Israeli forces for more than seven months, says he was put through ‘severe...

The Israeli Cabinet approves the legalisation of settlements

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THE Israeli cabinet has approved the ‘legalisation’ of five settlement outposts in the occupied West Bank, and further sanctions on the Palestinian Authority for...

Foxconn and Apple practise discrimination against married women in their Indian...

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FOXCONN, a key manufacturer of Apple devices, has been systematically excluding married female candidates from assembly jobs at its flagship Indian smartphone plant. Despite both...

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange lands in Australia

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WIKILEAKS founder Julian Assange landed in Australia Wednesday morning, after walking free from a US court in Saipan. He hugged his wife and father at...

Occidental College student workers vote to join SEIU Local 721

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OCCIDENTAL College student workers have voted to join the SEIU union Local 721, allowing over 1,000 undergraduate workers – baristas, tutors, translators, lifeguards, and...

SAFTU is appalled ‘by the continued bungling’ of the National Student...

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The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) released a statement on Monday saying it is ‘appalled by the continued bungling’ of the National...

White House is worried that Netanyahu will use US Congress speech...

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THE WHITE House is reportedly worried that Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu could use his upcoming speech to the US Congress to publicly criticise...

The PLO condemns the ‘Gaza Civil Administration’ sought by Israel

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The Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) has condemned ongoing attempts to form parallel or alternative frameworks to the PLO and its...

Labour movement rises up in Nigeria, Ghana and Zimbabwe

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Timi Frank, the former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Nigeria, on Thursday, called on the leadership of the...

O’connor Calls For Sanctions On Israel To Stop The Genocide

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THE IRISH Trade Union Congress Executive Council member and INTO Deputy General Secretary Deirdre O’Connor delivered a speech on behalf of the workers of...

US desperate to defuse tensions between Israel and Hezbollah!

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Amos Hochstein, a senior United States diplomat, has met Israeli leaders and has also visited Lebanon as part of a push by Washington to...

Russia responds to NATO Sec General Stoltenberg’s ‘nuclear alert’ threats!

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Russia’s Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov has responded to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg’s remarks that the bloc’s members are discussing putting their nuclear arsenals...

Myanmar’s trade unions facing a brutal regime

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MYANMAR’s trade unions are facing brutal retaliation in the fight for democracy, says Khaing Zar Aung, the President of the Industrial Workers Union of Myanmar. Democratic...

SA trade unions condemn the sacking of 700 workers by Mercedes...

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The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) joined the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (NUMSA) on Friday to condemn Mercedes-Benz South Africa’s...

4,000 workers & youth mark 7th anniversary of the Grenfell Tower...

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OVER 4,000 workers youth and local residents came to Ladbroke Grove in west London on Friday to mark the 7th anniversary of the Grenfell...

Argentinian parliament narrowly passes huge cuts and privatisation plans!

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The Argentinian parliament’s upper house narrowly passed a controversial bill key to President Javier Milei’s economic cuts and privatisation plans as thousands of protesters...

Nearly 3,000 children in Gaza are at risk of dying before...

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THE United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) says nearly 3,000 children are at risk of dying before the eyes of their families as they have...

US Rights Groups file appeal that Biden, Blinken & Austin are...

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UNITED States rights groups have filed an appeal against US President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and Secretary of Defence Lloyd Austin for...

Thousands demonstrate in Santiago for Palestine!

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Thousands of people demonstrated on Sunday in the Chilean capital Santiago for the protection of children in Palestine and in support of the inhabitants...

NUMSA considering legal action against MAHLE Bher after striking worker shot...

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The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) (which is affiliated to the IndustriALL Global Union) is considering taking legal action against employers...

Britain must stop arming Israel and recognise Palestine!

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‘BRITAIN must impose sanctions and an arms embargo on Israel and recognise the state of Palestine. We demand Israel gets out of Rafah, Gaza,...

Student nurse numbers declining! –10,000 off target by 2025! – says...

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STUDENT nurse numbers are declining to the extent that the official NHS workforce plan for England will be over 10,000 off target by 2025,...

Compass Coffee workers announce union drive across America

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COMPASS Coffee workers have announced a unionisation drive across seven stores in America to end the chain’s no-tipping policy and improve benefits and working...

ANC has been warned ‘Don’t make pact with Democratic Alliance’

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IT HAS been predicted the African National Congress (ANC) will have a tough time persuading its alliance partners to get into a pact with the...

Gaza witnessing the ‘worst of the worst levels of child malnutrition!’

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‘Gaza is witnessing the worst of the worst levels of malnutrition, especially child malnutrition, and it’s entirely man-made,’ Save the Children’s Alexandra Saieh said...

US State Department falsifies report to cover up sabotage of ‘humanitarian...

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The US State Department falsified a report earlier this month to exonerate Israel from blame for obstructing humanitarian aid to Gaza, contradicting its own...

Ayatollah Khamenei praises Syria’s Assad for Syrian nation’s ‘resistance to imperialism!’

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Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Iranian Supreme Leader, received Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Thursday. Assad travelled to Tehran to offer condolences over the loss...

Hundreds of thousands of council workers being balloted for action

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HUNDREDS of thousands of council workers are to be balloted and urged to reject a ‘pitiful’ and ‘entirely inadequate’ pay offer during the next...

10,000 workers and youth besiege Downing Street demanding banning of all...

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OVER 10,000 workers, students and youth attended a protest rally outside Downing Street on Tuesday night with banners, placards and Palestinian flags. They demanded the...

Nations of the world condemn Israel’s tent camp massacre!

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The horrifying news of Sunday night’s tent attack sent shock waves throughout the globe, prompting world leaders to call for the immediate implementation of...

END THATCHERITE EXPERIMENT – scrap all anti-union laws says FBU

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IT’S TIME to end the Thatcherite experiment and scrap all the anti-union laws, the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) demanded after PM Sunak called the...

Hundreds of students walk out of Harvard University commencement ceremony after...

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Hundreds of students have walked out of Harvard University’s commencement ceremony after the school barred over a dozen pro-Palestinian seniors from receiving their degrees...

South African union NUMSA wins right to organise workers, while bosses...

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National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, NUMSA, and mining company, SASM, have vowed to fight it out in court as the company intends...

Ontario nurses win 11.5% wage increase

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THE Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) in Canada has welcomed the arbitration decision that includes the most significant wage increase for registered nurses (RNs) and...

UN reports horrific mass graves at Nasser & al-Shifa hospitals on...

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THE DISCOVERY of hundreds of mass graves at the Nasser and al-Shifa hospital complexes, where United Nations (UN) officials reported that bodies were ‘buried...

Ex-President Zuma barred from standing for SA Parliament

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South Africa’s highest court has barred former President Jacob Zuma from running for parliament in next week’s general election. The Constitutional Court ruled on Monday...