As the western French city of Bordeaux struggles to accommodate its growing migrant population, more and more squats have popped up to keep the city’s legal and illegal migrants off the streets. However, since the region appointed Fabienne Buccio as its prefect, an aggressive evacuation campaign has been set in motion; with over 70 squats having been shut down in the past 6 months alone.Continue reading ‘Living from day to day’ in #Bordeaux’s migrant squats
Below we publish two statements, translated from Spanish, following the release of Indigenous prisoner in struggle, Juan de la Cruz Ruiz. One comes from Juan himself, and another from the imprisoned Indigenous organizing groups, La Voz de Indígenas en Resistencia and La Voz Verdadera del Amate.Continue reading Indigenous Prisoner in Struggle, Juan de la Cruz Ruiz, Released After Spending Over 12 Years in Prison
Press release from Team Humanity Denmark
It’s happened again! Danish emergency worker Salam Aldeen has been arrested in Greece on charges of “public threat” because he works as a humanitarian emergency worker in Lesbos, where there is currently 20,000 refugees. Salam Aldeen has been detained and will be imprisoned until he is deported from Greece.Continue reading Danish emergency worker Salam Aldeen has been arrested in #Greece
The social center El Palaciu of Ronzón, Asturias, which was squatted last April is facing threat of eviction.Continue reading #Ronzón (Spanish State): Social center El Palaciu under threat
The Iraqi government is made up of all bourgeois factions in Iraq, and it is accepted by regional forces and the world bourgeoisie, but the proletariat tried to bring it down…Continue reading “From #Baghdad to #Beirut, no Shia and no Sunni, let’s continue the struggle”
What follows is a call for a demonstration in Wuppertal (German territory) after the deadly police gunshots on December 7: Police violence affects us all!Continue reading Demonstration: After the Deadly Gunshots in #Wuppertal – Police Violence Affects Us All!
In the month of October 2019, there have been events in Latin America and in the world that mark a time of people in the streets and struggle. Let’s start by analyzing the scenario in the Middle East.Continue reading Analysis of the conjuncture: Latin America and the world move
Here is a short report from last weekend in Athens, where a lot of things happened. On one hand the ultimatum of the government ended, according to which all squatters should leave the buildings until December 5th, and on December 6th the anniversary of the death of Alexis, who was shot by a cop in Exarchia in 2008 at the age of 15.Continue reading #Athens: Over 10,000 on Demo to Commemorate #Alexis – Tear Gas and Police Brutality in #Exarcheia
San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas . Words from prisoners in struggle demanding the freedom of Juan de la Cruz Ruiz.Continue reading #Chiapas: Prisoners in Struggle Demand the Freedom of Juan de la Cruz Ruiz
The Hambi Bleibt Mastodon account published the following words, spoken by Angela from Chile, during a Fridays For Future press conference at the COP 25 in Madrid. The transscript might contain some errors but we include the full video of the press conference so you can hear what she exactly said by yourself (at the bottom of the page). We also included a few other speakers of the press conference.Continue reading Angela from #Chile, during a #FridaysForFuture press conference at the #COP25.