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MAY DAY USA. “Teachers say education fight is a ‘turning point’”

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This year we have seen sweeping, rolling statewide strikes by teachers that began in West Virginia and spread to Oklahoma, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Arizona, with stirrings in other states

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USA TAX CUTS: Bloated billionaires get a tax cut while millions go hungry

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The corporate tax cut bill that bulldozed through Congress late in 2017 was yet another crushing burden that “the 1 percent” loaded onto the backs of the American people

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Dos muertos en Ixmiquilpan y uno en Veracruz en marchas por alza a gasolina

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Post Views: 92 Policías desalojaron ayer a manifestantes que obstruían los accesos a los centros de almacenamiento de Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) en Monclova, Coahuila, y en la capital de Chihuahua; asimismo, los agentes se enfrentaron en dos ocasiones a pobladores

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Italian Bank Bailout and Ireland

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Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy has said reports that the proposed bank bailout in Italy will see the burning of bondholders

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Money Talks To Itself, now, in Ireland…

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The Ulster Bank, on May 25th, announced that is about to sell €875 million of its “troubled mortgages belonging to uncooperative customers

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TTIP ‘WAR ON DEMOCRACY’

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We can see now that many sectors within civil society in Europe have been working in the past year to develop awareness of and resistance to this Agreement

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Campesinos prepare blockade on 17 March

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Peasant organisations say the next strike will only be “to warm up” before the demonstrations they are preparing for the remaining part of this year

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H&M and Next admit Syrian kids found working in Turkish factories

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It’s not the first time underage children are found working in factories in Turkey providing clothes to multinational brands

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DUNNES’ STAFF ON STRIKE SACKED

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Post Views: 60 DUNNES STORES workers who joined pickets on Good Friday have been dismissed, had their hours cut and faced demotions in what Mandate Trade Union has described as a “despicable” move by the the retailer’s management. In a

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La lunga marcia per uscire dalla crisi

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Al 31 gennaio 2015 i disoccupati nello stato spagnolo erano 4.525.691, ovvero il 23,7% della popolazione attiva.

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