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Commemorating France’s Worst Mining Tragedy: 1099 Workers Perished to Profit the Bosses
A People’s history: The mining catastrophe on the 10 March 1906 in northern France is remembered with a number of commemorative ceremonies.
The Sorbonne in a State of Shock Following Police Assault
Last Saturday, the government forcibly evacuated students protesting the “First Job Contracts” (CPE) legislation (1) at the Sorbonne, Paris’s most prestigious university. The (...)
France: One Million Demonstrate Against “First Job Contracts” for Youths
Out on the streets: On 8 March, 160 demonstrations filled streets across the whole of France - twice as many as in similar protests on 7 February (1). High-school and (...)
Bolkestein: 50,000 Demand Withdrawal of Proposal
Strasbourg. The Euro-demonstration organised by the European Trades Union Confederation (ETUC) attracted twice the numbers predicted. The text before the European parliament (...)
Poland shifts to political right
Warsaw sees a dramatic shift to the right as the minority Polish government takes populists and the extreme right on board in a bid to avoid early (...)

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