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By Zac Hambides, 30 April 2012
The growing numbers of deaths and injuries at the hands of police testify to the growing impunity with which they are unleashing potentially deadly force.
By Nick Beams, 30 April 2012
Since the near-default of Greece threatened to set off a meltdown late last year, the eye of the financial storm has shifted to Spain.
By John Chan, 30 April 2012
The case of Bo is so politically sensitive because it exposes the staggering levels of corruption at the top levels of the party and state apparatus.
By Chris Marsden, 30 April 2012
Accusations that the Syrian government is either wholly or mainly responsible for breaches of the United Nations’ ceasefire are meant to provide a pretext for military intervention by the imperialist powers and their proxies.
By Johannes Stern in Paris, 30 April 2012
Last week leading European officials called for a shift in European economic policies towards more “growth-oriented” measures.
By Johannes Stern, 30 April 2012
Politicians and trade union officials in France are discussing plans for a wave of mass layoffs after the May 6 second round of the presidential elections.
By Sandy English, 30 April 2012
New York City’s Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) voted last week to close 24 schools throughout New York City, the largest school district in the Untied States.
By Niall Green, 30 April 2012
Explosions in Ukraine point to mounting tensions within the country’s ruling elite.
By Martin Kreickenbaum, 30 April 2012
The Pirate Party has rapidly become a tool of Germany’s ruling elite to restrain the country’s increasingly disillusioned population within the framework of bourgeois politics.
By Carl Bronski, 30 April 2012
With the backing of the unions, the Ontario NDP has ensured passage of a Liberal austerity budget that attacks public services, jobs, worker living standards, and pensions.