Woman holds sign, “Ukraine: not our enemies, but our brothers,” at monument to Ukrainian poet Lesya Ukrainka in Moscow Jan. 21. Bouquets, toys placed at sites in 50 cities protesting Moscow’s deadly Jan. 14 strike on Dnipro apartments show growing opposition to Putin’s war.

Ukraine fighters battle Putin’s push in Donetsk

Support Ukraine independence, Moscow out now!

Almost a year after Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine, he is intensifying efforts to bomb its people into submission. His regime, whose origins lie in the KGB political police apparatus of the former Soviet Union, aims…

Memphis cops charged with murder in killing of Tyre Nichols

ATLANTA — Five members of a Memphis police specialized “crime suppression” unit were fired and charged with second-degree murder and other felonies Jan. 26 after city authorities reviewed videos showing them brutally beating Tyre Nichols 19 days earlier. The 29-year-old…

Baluchistan protests: ‘End death penalty! For freedom!’

Protesters chanted, “No monarchy, no Supreme Leader,” at Jan. 27 action in Baluchistan, Iran.

Despite stepped-up harassment by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and Basij thugs, thousands of protesters took to the streets in Iran’s Baluchistan region Jan. 27 to call for an end to government repression. The nationwide protests for “Women, life, freedom”…


Mary-Alice Waters: Tribute to the life of Iraida Aguirrechu

The following tribute to Iraida Aguirrechu was delivered by Mary-Alice Waters during a brief ceremony on Jan. 11 at the Pantheon of Internationalist Combatants, located in the Colón Cemetery, Havana, Cuba, where Aguirrechu’s ashes are interred. Waters is the president…

Cuba and Chernobyl

This Cuban documentary produced in 2006 tells the story of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe in Ukraine and Cuba’s exemplary internationalist medical program that treated more than 25,000 victims.