December 4th: Two imprisoned Russian antifascist started a hunger strike at the end of last week, protesting their imprisonment and treatment during the investigation they are subjected to, and attempts to force confessions out of them.
December 3rd: The occupation of Lithuania’s Ministry of Education headquarters in Vilnius is entering its second week and has been marked by a number of protests over the last few days.
December 2nd: Students have been walking out of schools across Australia, highlighting Government failure to act in the face of potentially catastrophic climate breakdown.
November 28th: Athens was brought to standstill today after Greek trade union GSEE called for general strike, inviting all workers, pensioners, students and unemployed to participate.
November 26th: Open Arms, Mediterranea, and Sea-Watch 3 will return to sea to continue their search-and-rescue operations, the three NGO rescue ships announced.
November 20th: Indonesian police and military troops arrested hundreds of Papuans on Monday in order to prevent them protesting in demand of the release of political prisoners and for the support of Asian, Caribbean and Pacific states self-determination.
November 18th: 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.
November 12th: Fifteen workers of the Heavy Equipment Production Company (HEPCO) were sentenced to prison and flogging in Iran.
November 10th: Tens of thousands of nationalists and fascists from all over Europe plan to march tomorrow in Warsaw to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Polish state independence.