Chicago hotel employees go on strike, demanding year-long health benefits

Among the other demands of the workers from 25 hotels are pensions, job security, sick day leaves and protection from racial discrimination and sexual harassment By Muhammed Shabeer

EU condemns Egypt’s mass death sentence

The European Union on Tuesday (Sep 11) condemned death sentences passed on 75 people in Egypt, saying there were "serious doubts" over whether the defendants had been

Brazil: New poll shows Lula with 33%, far-right Bolsonaro with 20% of voter support

Investment company conducted survey before far-right candidate was stabbed last Thursday By Rede Brasil Atual in São Paulo While Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is appealing Brazil's top electoral

Monsanto-Bayer Merger Hurst Farmers and Consumers Worldwide

By Jim Goodman – Tiffany Finck-Haynes The U.S. Department of Justice issued a stern warning in its lawsuit against the conditionally-approved mega-merger between Bayer and Monsanto in June.

India’s working masses rise up against Modi govt

By Staff Reporter   The policies pursued by successive central governments in India for the last three decades have impoverished vast sections of the working class, leading

UN lambasts Botswana over law blocking community radio broadcasts

A top United Nations (UN) human rights official released a preliminary report last week condemning the Botswana Communications Regulatory Act (BOCRA) for potentially violating human rights on

Venezuela To Send Note of Protest After Quito Migration Meeting

By Ramzy Baroud President Nicolás Maduro ordered his foreign minister to send a note of protest after the meeting held by 11 countries on Venezuelan migration. The vice president