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By Will Morrow, 30 March 2011
The fifth suicide in the past seven months has cast more light on the Labor government’s inhuman treatment of asylum seekers.
By our reporter, 30 March 2011
Staff members were told that NTEU bargaining representatives had been forced to make undisclosed trade-offs in order to settle an enterprise agreement.
By Carl Bronski, 30 March 2011
Canadian Labour Congress President Ken Georgetti initially called on the social-democratic NDP to support the austerity budget the Conservatives tabled in parliament last week.
By Barry Grey, 30 March 2011
The conference on Libya held Tuesday at London's Lancaster House was a repulsive exercise in hypocrisy and cynicism.
By Tom Eley, 30 March 2011
In spite of the catastrophe in Japan and mounting evidence of dangerous conditions at American nuclear plants, the Obama administration has made clear its opposition to any change to US nuclear policy.
By Debra Watson, 30 March 2011
The government estimates that 25 percent of American children will soon be in poverty and 1.5 million children are homeless.
By Patrick O’Connor, 30 March 2011
The Fukushima plant owner, TEPCO, has reportedly admitted for the first time that core pressure containers may be damaged.
By Joseph Kishore, 30 March 2011
The initial upsurge of working class resistance in the first few months of this year has demonstrated that the basic problem confronting workers around the world is the problem of revolutionary leadership.
By Patrick Martin, 30 March 2011
The new commander of the rebel military forces is a longtime CIA collaborator named Khalifa Hifter.
By Alejandro López, 30 March 2011
The Spanish parliament voted last week in favour of Spanish military intervention in Libya with 336 in favour, just 3 against and 1 abstention.