Chilean anarchist on trial for death of fascist in Spain

September 18th: Chilean anarchist Rodrigo Lanza is facing 20 years in prison for the death of a fascist in Zaragoza, Spain.

Notes from the US

September 15th: Freedom’s long-running US correspondent Louis Further does his monthly roundup of some of the lesser-known stories that have emerged over the last few weeks.

Two, Three, Many ZADs

September 14th: A ZAD means a “zone to defend” (zone à défendre in French).

Mexico: Zapatistas launch caravan for indigenous life

September 11th: The Chiapas-based, libertarian socialist-inspired movement is marching against poverty, drug wars which have ravaged the nation, and the failure to act of “left-wing” president Obrador.

Europe is stained by the ashes of Moria refugee camp

September 10th: Yesterday morning we awoke to the news that Europe’s largest refugee camp burnt to the ground overnight.

Spain: What is behind the campaign against squatting?

August 29th: A moral panic has been emerging about the “threat” of mass squatting in Spain, but what’s the reality?

Belarus: Anarchist Prisoners

August 28th: As part of the ongoing International Week of Solidarity With Anarchist Prisoners, a correspondent rounds up the four main cases of anarchists who have been detained by the Lukashenko dictatorship.

Greece: Terra Incognita evicted

August 19th: After a 16-year run the squatted centre just off Agora Square in the port city of Thessaloniki was cleared out in an early-morning raid.

Notes from the US

August 16th: Freedom’s long-running US correspondent Louis Further does his monthly roundup of some of the lesser-known stories that have emerged over the last few weeks.

France: Prison overcrowding during heatwave sparks hunger strikes

August 14th: After an astonishing decision to crush excessive numbers of prisoners into migrant detention centre CRA Vincennes left people living four to a cell, inmates have lost patience with the situation.