November 17th: Protests in Paris were attacked by police yesterday, with marchers under the CGT banner being tear-gassed as they rallied against labour laws being introduced by the Macron government stripping away labour rights.
November 14th: Following the publication of the statement claiming responsibility for arson in a Gendarmerie barracks in Grenoble, Indymedia Grenoble and Nantes were requested by the authorities to either remove the statement, or face the possibility of the government blocking access to their websites.
November 13th: Freedom Columnist Louis Further rounds up some lesser-known happenings on the other side of the Atlantic.
November 12th: Yesterday Poland celebrated its Independence Day.
November 10th: Twenty two people were arrested yesterday during the occupation of the General Directorate of State Forests in Warsaw, Poland.
November 9th: This year Leninists worldwide have been celebrating the victory of the Bolsheviks in the October Revolution but in Russia the anarchists came out to remember the event from a different perspective, that of an opportunity stolen and a promise yet to be.
November 8th: In October, the Greek parliament passed a bill enabling citizens to determine their gender identity without having to undergo any physical or psychological examination from the age of 15.
November 7th: As the Manus Island siege enters its seventh day, with around 600 interred refugees having barricaded themselves against dangerous removal to a temporary site where they fear violence from islanders, the Rise refugee team is calling for solidarity protests today at Australian embassies.
October 31st: Today Polish junior doctors announced the end of their hunger strike.The strike lasted for 28 days and involved doctors from eight cities.