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Indonesian military dismisses Suharto's son-in-law

By Peter Symonds, 30 August 1998

Airline pilots strike Northwest

By Cory Johnson, 30 August 1998

Workers struggles around the world: 29 August 1998

By Jerry White, 29 August 1998

Workers struggles around the world

Rodchenko's art and fate: the experiment continues

By David Walsh, 29 August 1998

The first comprehensive US retrospective of the remarkable Russian and Soviet artist Aleksandr Rodchenko (1891-1956) is currently on display in New York City. The exhibit will subsequently travel to Germany and Sweden.

Security Council rejects appeal from Sudan over US missile attack

By Martin McLaughlin, 29 August 1998

Some interesting films on US television, August 29-September 4

By David Walsh, 29 August 1998


The "Diana" phenomenon re-examined

By Julie Hyland, 29 August 1998


Impending pilots' strike at Northwest Airlines

By Jerry White, 29 August 1998


Resignation of American arms inspector sparks new demands for US military action against Iraq

By Barry Grey, 29 August 1998

Readers write in about the US bombings in Sudan and Afghanistan

By , 28 August 1998

"Shouts from the Wall," an exhibit of Spanish Civil War posters - Fascinating artifacts from a momentous struggle, and crude apologetics for Stalinism

By Lonnie Sommers, 28 August 1998

Legal battle over rights of disabled students in Australia

By Frank Gaglioti, 28 August 1998

Northwest Airlines prepares for strike

By Jerry White, 28 August 1998

"This is a test case to try any child as an adult"

By Tim Nichols, 28 August 1998

Reader explains conditions of Mexican workers

By , 28 August 1998

Korean unions accept Hyundai job cuts

By Richard Phillips, 28 August 1998

Faction fight in New Zealand teachers union

By a New Zealand correspondent, 28 August 1998

US explanation of Sudanese missile attack unravels

By Martin McLaughlin, 28 August 1998

International market turmoil: A sea-change in world economy

By Nick Beams, 28 August 1998

World markets went into a tailspin on Thursday, as panic spread over the global implications of the Russian meltdown and the deepening crisis in Asia.

British Labour government to use unemployed as substitute for teachers

By Liz Smith, 28 August 1998

Mass graves begin to reveal scale of atrocities in Indonesia

By Mike Head, 28 August 1998

German federal elections: Partei für Soziale Gleichheit runs candidates in six states

By our reporter, 27 August 1998

Professional sports, drugs and profits

By Martin McLaughlin, 27 August 1998

Britain: Labour's arts policy is a disaster in the making

By Elaine Gorton, 27 August 1998

The Blair government is proposing the most far-reaching changes to arts funding in half a century

Intensive campaigning begins in German national election

By Peter Schwarz, 27 August 1998

Escalating war in the Congo threatens to destabilise sub-Saharan Africa

By Chris Talbot, 27 August 1998

Blair uses Omagh bombing to sanction erosion of democratic rights

By Chris Marsden, 27 August 1998

German TV exposes CIA, Mossad links to 1986 Berlin disco bombing

By a German correspondent, 27 August 1998

Northwest Airlines, pilots union in talks as strike deadline approaches

By Shannon Jones, 27 August 1998

Japan: deepening social crisis underlies political turmoil

By Peter Symonds, 27 August 1998

LTTE fails to reply to International Red Cross inquiry into arrest of Sri Lankan socialists

By Editorial Board, 26 August 1998

Food poisoning deaths inquiry shields British meat industry

By Jean Shaoul, 26 August 1998

Indonesian hospitals head toward breakdown

By Carolyn Divjak, 26 August 1998

Marketable despair

By David Walsh, 26 August 1998

What are the real reasons for the US missile strikes?

By Editorial Board, 26 August 1998

Risking a nuclear war

By Martin McLaughlin, 26 August 1998

Another coal mine closes in Australia

By Peter Stavropoulos, 26 August 1998

US West hardens stand against striking telephone workers

By Paul Scherrer, 26 August 1998

Gingrich to Clinton: message received

By Jerry White, 26 August 1998

On the gulf between "high" and "low" in music

By , 25 August 1998

Science v. Religion: The history and significance of the 1925 Scopes trial

By Ken Derstine, 25 August 1998

Landscape and artistic development in new worlds

By Sue Phillips, 25 August 1998

Secret Timor documents implicate former Whitlam government in Australia

By Mike Head, 25 August 1998

NATO plans attacks in Kosovo

By Justus Leicht, 25 August 1998

Ringmasters of political pornography

By Editorial Board, 25 August 1998

Portrait of an Australian by-election

By our reporters, 25 August 1998

Russian crisis shakes global markets

By Nick Beames, 25 August 1998

The announcement by the Russian government that it was devaluing the rouble, suspending trading in the short-term Treasury bill market and imposing a 90-day moratorium on international debt repayments resulted with the largest one-day fall on the London stock exchange since October 1987

The Sudan-Afghanistan attack: Clinton uses cruise missiles to placate political opponents

By Editorial Board, 22 August 1998

Police and union officials mount frame-up of dissident textile workers in India

By our reporter, 22 August 1998

Some interesting films on US television, August 22-28

By David Walsh, 22 August 1998

German court reopens case over arson attack on refugees

By Verena Nees, 22 August 1998

Strikes in three Ontario school districts

By Keith Jones, 22 August 1998

Workers Struggles Around the World - 22 August 1998

By , 22 August 1998

Flood disaster spreads in China

By James Conachy, 21 August 1998

Glasgow workers strike against Labour council budget cuts

By Steve James, 21 August 1998

Sri Lankan SEP holds protest to demand release of Tamil socialists

By , 21 August 1998

Blair government in crisis over welfare

By Mike Ingram, 21 August 1998

Australian communication workers face new impasse

By Terry Cook, 21 August 1998

The press and US militarism -- a lesson from history

By Shannon Jones, 21 August 1998

New talks in US West strike

By Cory Johnson, 21 August 1998

An unstable minority government in New Zealand

By Peter Symonds, 20 August 1998

Omagh bombing used to push through draconian security measures

By Chris Marsden, 20 August 1998

Australian tax package marks a fundamental shift

By Mike Head, 20 August 1998

Death on the US-Mexico border

By Bill Vann, 20 August 1998

Sri Lankan SEP defends Tamil plantation workers

By K. Ratnayake, 20 August 1998

The last days of the Heidelberg Project

By E. Galen, 20 August 1998

Drug companies profiteering at the expense of the National Health Service

By Jean Shaoul, 19 August 1998

Sharp tensions between Malaysia and Singapore

By Peter Symonds, 19 August 1998

Striking auto workers, police clash in Korea

By Jerry White, 19 August 1998

Human trials of HIV vaccine to begin

By Perla Astudillo, 19 August 1998

Clinton speech signals intensification of Washington political warfare

By Editorial Board, 19 August 1998

LTTE communiqué threatens Tamil socialists with execution

By , 19 August 1998

Telephone workers strike US West

By Jerry White, 18 August 1998

Outrage--and silence--over concentration camps for immigrants

By Linda Tenenbaum, 18 August 1998

Concentration camp measures advocated by the French fascists were actually implemented in Australia.

Pesan-pesan dari Rusia, AS, Australia menuntut pembebasan bagi sosialis-sosialis Tamil

By Oleh Dewan Redaksi, 18 August 1998

The Omagh bombing and the dead-end of nationalism

By Chris Marsden, 18 August 1998

How the UAW promotes anti-Mexican chauvinism

By Jerry White, 18 August 1998

Russian question hangs over international markets

By Nick Beams, 18 August 1998

The Nairobi terror-bombing: some issues not considered in the American media

By Martin McLaughlin, 15 August 1998

If one 600-pound bomb can kill so many, how many would be killed by US bombing of Baghdad or Teheran?

Ontario teachers threaten to resume strike

By Keith Jones, 15 August 1998

Ruling New Zealand coalition disintegrates

By Peter Symonds, 15 August 1998

Prosecutors, media distorted case against Chicago boys charged with murder

By Helen Halyard, 15 August 1998

The death of an 11-year-old girl has been used to fuel a law-and-order campaign directed against children.

Messages from Russia, US, Australia demand release of Tamil socialists

By Editorial Board, 15 August 1998

Workers struggles around the world: 15 August 1998

By , 15 August 1998

Boeing pushes ahead with huge job cuts

By our reporter, 15 August 1998

The aircraft giant is to cut 28,000 jobs over the next 18 months.

Some interesting films on US television, August 15-21

By David Walsh, 15 August 1998

UK police to mount nationwide roadblocks

By Julie Hyland, 15 August 1998

British motorists will be stopped at random by police, then questioned by officials from immigration, customs and welfare agencies.

Australian miner runs for right-wing One Nation party

By our reporter, 15 August 1998

Blair brings yet another businessman into government

By Steve James, 14 August 1998

Australian tax plan to hit working people

By Mike Head, 14 August 1998

India: BJP coalition partner indicted for organizing communal riots

By Keith Jones, 14 August 1998

Signs of recession in high tech, agriculture

By Martin McLaughlin, 14 August 1998

The collapse of demand in Asia for US exports is beginning to take its toll.

Campaign to free Tamil socialists reaches Indian, Sri Lankan immigrant audiences

By Editorial Board, 14 August 1998

Questions mount in Kenya, Tanzania bombings

By Martin McLaughlin, 13 August 1998

Reports about the circumstances of the East Africa embassy bombings suggest they may be linked to US covert operations.

Former British MI5 agent alleges plot to assassinate Gaddafi

By Chris Marsden, 13 August 1998

The British government has been unable to suppress revelations about murder plots by the spy agency.

International campaign demands release of Sri Lankan socialists

By Editorial Board, 13 August 1998

Massive job losses hit British industry

By Chris Talbot, 13 August 1998

Jane Campion's The Piano: A sensitive touch to a fairly selfish theme

By David Walsh, 13 August 1998

A noteworthy shift in media coverage of Starr investigation

By Barry Grey, 13 August 1998

Ken Loach's Land and Freedom: The Spanish revolution betrayed

By , 13 August 1998