July 8th: With the votes of the coalition government of Chancellor Sebastian Kurtz’s conservative People’s Party (ÖVP) and the far-right Nationalist Liberal Party, as well as the votes of the neo-liberal opposition party NEW (New Austria), the Austrian Parliament approved the controversial law to allow 12-hour work days.
July 6th: The members of Italian far-right party Forza Nuova (FN), in coalition with Polish neo-nazi group National Radical Camp (Obóz Narodowo-Radykalny, ONR), launched beach patrols in order to “protect women and children from migrants” in the Italian town Rimini.
July 4th: As we reported last week, 69 people were arrested during the Mayday demonstration held in Yogyakarta .
July 1st: Riot police used tear gas, dogs and batons to disperse thousands of people attending the LGBTI+ pride march in Istanbul today.
July 1st: Many indigenous communities across Mexico refrained from voting in today’s national elections.
June 27th: Russian anarchist Dmitry Buchenkov received political asylum in Lithuania, the brother of the activist confirmed.
June 24th: Some worrying news reached us from Indonesia.
June 21st: On Tuesday, two people were arrested in A Coruña in relation to the events that occurred during the eviction of A Insumisa social centre.
June 20th: On January 25, 2011, the Indonesian government, represented by the State Owned Enterprise PT.