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Guards Continue to Attack Prison Reporter Jason Walker with Trumped up Charges

Prison writer and organizer Jason Walker reports on the continuing attempts by staff to frame him for a recent incident in which guards attacked him.

Kingston: Community Picket at Canada Post Facility

A report on a community picket at a Canada Post facility in Kingston, defying the recent back-to-work legislation brought in to break a postal workers' strike. This report first appeared on North Shore Counter Info.

Call of the Yellow Vests of the Saint-Nazaire Shipyard

Video with engl. subs: https://en.labournet.tv/call-yellow-vests-saint-nazaire-shipyard
The "yellow vests" of Saint-Nazaire who are regularly blocading the Saint-Nazaire shipyard since November 17 read a call on November 20 to mobilise for a citizen assembly in Saint-Nazaire to discuss together the existing "environmental, human and social problems" and to carry on economic blocades across France.

‘Out of control’ Home Office should have been in the dock, not us: Stansted 15 respond to guilty verdict

The Stansted 15 protesters, who stopped a government deportation flight from taking off in March last year, have today been found guilty of breaching terror laws.

“Gilets jaunes”… “communards”… “sans-culottes”… “va-nu-pieds”… “wrecked of the earth”…

Behind flowery labels stand our struggles against misery!

Network Case Suspects Go on Hunger Strike

   Andrei Chernov in court. Photo courtesy of Mediazona and OVD Info.

OVD Info
December 2, 2018

Dmitry Pchelintsev and Andrei Chernov, residents of Penza and suspects
in the so-called Network case, have gone on hunger strike, claiming
remand prison officials and FSB officers have intimidated them during
their review of their criminal case file, something to which they are
entitled by Russian law. Several Penza suspects in the case have claimed
they have been put in solitary confinement, handcuffed to radiators, and
threatened with violance.

Movie Review: 'Shoplifters' (2018)

This short review looks at the film 'Shoplifters' (2018).

Reaction on the Rise in the Russian Federation

Quiet sidewalk in front of Renova offices.

In Moscow a picket organized by the International Workers' Association (IWA-AIT) in solidarity with fired miners was banned.

Why the World Banks announcement that they are making $200 billion available to help fight climate change may not be such good news after all!

The World Bank announced this week that it is to make about $200bn available to fund action on climate change. In making the announcement, Jim Yong Kim, the president of the World Bank, stated: “This is about putting countries and communities in charge of building a safer, more climate-resilient future.” The announcement has been greeted with universal approval with many arguing that the Bank is taking a strong lead and sending a strong signal to private sector financiers.

The Yellow Vests in France

A movement of three hundred thousand, with 3,000 blockades, what is the Gilets Jaunes movement?