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BURKINA FASO: A reactionary coup!

"The handsome Blaise" (Compaoré), as global diplomats called him, is not coming back; neither are his lieutenants. His old Praetorian guard, the RSP (Regiment...

Solidarity Protest against Morocco’s Colonialism

By Peter Adejobi A solidarity protest for the decolonization of Western Sahara (the last colony in Africa) was held on 1st of June 2015. The...

Tories Get Re-elected but Face Major Protests

by Drew Povey Socialists in Britain were shocked when the Tories, the party of the bosses, managed to get re-elected in May. They have now...

State of Emergency in Ferguson

Another poor black shot; the fire this time by Akpan Edet One year after the killing of 18-years old Michael Brown, Ferguson, Missouri erupted once again...

Class Struggle Deepens in Greece

by Baba Aye For the sixth time in eight years, Greeks will be going to the polls as snap parliamentary elections have been scheduled for...

Workers in Greece defy bankers’ blackmail

by Dave Sewell The Greek referendum result is a blow to every politician, banker and boss who wants to impose austerity on workers. Working class people...

No to blackmail and compromise with austerity in Greece

The Greek government, led by the left party Syriza, has called a referendum on the austerity agreement that the European Central Bank (ECB), the European...

Why did the Tories get re-elected in Britain?

by Drew Povey Socialists in Britain were shocked when the Tories, the party of the bosses, managed to get re-elected.  They have now formed a...

Ghastly Massacre in Garissa

al-Shabab and Boko Haram; two monsters of the system by Baba Aye The militant Jihadist group, al-Shabab killed 148 students of the Garissa University College, Kenya,...

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Arrest of TIB National Coordinator Will Not Stop #WeAreHungry June 12...

The arrest of Juwon Sanyaolu, National Coordinator of the Take It Back (TIB) movement will not stop the #WeAreHungry nationwide protest from taking place...

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The 1989 Anti-SAP Revolt

In 1989, thousands rose in protest against the IMF and World Bank-inspired Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP). This supported the lavish lifestyles of corrupt government...