After only a few days, the sham of the Iraqi ‘elections’ became evident as Iraq was shaken by a renewed wave of bombings and violent attacks on government officials and the occupation forces. As each […]
The Orthodox Church, sexual abuse, drug dealers and spies
The 2005 Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) conference was held last weekend, following Tommy Sheridan’s resignation as party leader in November 2004.
King Gyanendra’s coup in Nepal, on 1 February, is "likely to strengthen the Maoist insurgents and make Nepal’s civil war even more intensive", according to the International Crisis Group, a Brussels think-tank.
On Saturday 12 February, nearly 300 demonstrations took place in 77 regions across the whole of Russia, at the same time.
The Northern Bank robbery in Belfast, Robert McCartney’s killing and the attempt to cover it up, and then the allegations about the multi-million pound criminal empire run by the IRA have put the leadership of […]
A struggle for basic union rights
US v EU power and profits conflict
The G8 (Group of Eight) is comprised of the leaders of eight of the richest nations in the world: USA, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Canada and, from 1998, Russia.