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- May 13, 2015. New laws limiting dissident speech are expected in Britain. Truthdig
- April 24, 2015. CLOC-VC, the Latin American wing of Via Campesina, holds its 6th annual congress, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Delegates march in streets and release declaration. Source: La Via Campesina
- March 6, 2015 Access to Under the Dome blocked in China New York Times
- March 2, 2015 Xi Jinping's Quotes published in Beijing China News
- March 1, 2015 Millions view "Under the Dome," a documentary about air pollution in China YouTube
- February 23, 2015. Greece: The Syriza government, after only a month in power, abandons its socialist platform and adopts a neoliberal economic policy demanded by the EU. International Marxist Tendency
- February 2015. United States: School walkouts and work stoppages planned for April 14 against police and prison racism. Preliminary meetings February 7 and 8, Atlanta. Revolution
- January 24, 2015 Shaimaa al-Sabbagh shotgunned in Cairo "Video Analysis Suggests Egyptian Officer Shot Protester, Rights Group Says"
- January 16, 2015. Miami police use actual mugshots of Black teenagers for target practice. Progressive Review Daily Mail
- January 14, 2015 Three days after massive `free speech' march, French authorities arrest comedian Dieudonné M'bala M'bala for brief pro-Muslim satirical comment. The Guardian See also commentary by Glenn Greenwald 
- January 5, 2015 Peace activists protest ‘brutal UK drone warfare’ at RAF base, 4 arrests. Russia Times
- December 29, 2014 Xi Jinping issued Directive No. 30 instructing those engaging in party work in institutions of higher learning to combat liberal democracy and civil society and build socialism with Chinese characteristics. Xinhuanet, The New York Times
- December 21, 2014. Maxim Firsov, Victor Shapinov, and Maria Muratova of the Ukrainian communist group Borotba are kidnapped in Donetsk. Borotba fears the three may fall into the hands of the security service of the Western Ukraine, the SBU. Fifth International
- November 10, 2014. Thomas Young, Iraq war critic, veteran, and author of `The Last Letter', dies at 34. Truthdig
- October 30, 2014. Iraqi pro-government forces destroy the town of Jurf al Sakhar ("Rocky Bank"), former population: 80,000 Sunnis. The Independent
- September 2, 2014. Via Campesina will request the EU to buffer European farmers from the effect of Russia's veto of EU dairy products, which they say represents 2,200,000 tonnes of milk. In its news release, Via Campesina argues that the EU `should orient itself fundamentally towards the production of healthy and accessible foods for the European population, within the framework of food sovereignty; with a production model ... which ensures that throughout Europe thousands of small and medium-sized family farms have respectable wages, guarantees a living rural environment and generate jobs and wealth; for this reason, we propose that exports cease to be the main point of focus....' (Via Campesina)
- August 2, 2014. Garment workers in Bangladesh strike the Tuba group of factories. Tuba executives at manufacturers' federation headquarters are beseiged by 1600 workers. Eighty-six fasting workers have been hospitalized. Ninety-four percent of Bangladesh garment workplaces are not unionized. Source: Libcom (towards end of article).
- July 24, 2014. Brazilian- and Japanese-backed ProSavana commercial agricultural project continues to take land from peasants in Nampula, Zambesia, and Niassa provinces of Mozambique. Three thousand hectares taken in Monapo district of Nampula. Ten thousand families expropriated in Malema. The Triangular Conference of the Peoples, organised by civil society, labour, and social groups from Mozambique, Brazil, and Japan, to defend the rights of the peasants, met in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, on 24 July for its second conference. The Hoyohoyo and Mosaco companies are critisised. (Source: La Via Campesina   )
- May 29, 2014 Daily Mail publishes photographs of a happy-looking North Korean public 
- May 1. Happy May Day 2014.
- April 9, 2014 Maoist guerrilas kill 3 government soldiers and wound 3 in Chhattisgarh state, India. (Asian Correspondent ; background info. from Revolutionary Worker)
- April 1, 2014 Taxi fleet expands in Pyongyang (Chosen Exchange)
- March 25, 2014 Anti-communist movements in Venezuela and Cuba mirror Cuban and Venezuelan cooperation and support. (The New York Times)
- March 2, 2014 FIST (Fight Imperialism, Stand Together) anti-oppression, anti-exploitation, revolutionary group to hold conference, New York City, USA, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., 147 West 24th Street, 2nd floor. fightimperialism.org
- February 11, 2014 Cambodia denies bail to garment industry strikers despite international protests. Womens Media Center
- January 2014 Patriotic March, a leftist party in Colombia, considers disbanding due to political assassinations (Columbia Reports)
- January 21, 2014 Leaked documents reveal extensive off-shore holdings of Chinese princelings (The Guardian The International Consortium of Investigative Journalism The New York Times China Digital Times)
- January 20, 2014 Top 85 as rich as poorest 3½ billion (The Guardian Oxfam World Top Incomes Database)
- January, 2014 Flash mobs of dark-skinned C class youth assemble at Brazilian shopping malls (Portal AZ The New York Times)
- January 13, 2014 A prominent former Red Guard apologized for her role in the death of a teacher during the Cultural Revolution (Beijing News, Consensus Net, New York Times, Bloomberg News)
- January 10, 2014 Chemical leak in West Virginia, USA, cuts water to 250,000.
- January 6, 2014 American gun libertarians silence dissident member ( socialismoryourmoneyback.blogspot.ca/2014/01/gun-law.html ).
- December, 2013 Brazil is reported to be forming a close economic relationship with Cuba by hiring Cuban doctors and engaging in joint economic projects. (The New York Times)
- November 9, 2013 Immigrant workers riot in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (The New York Times)
- November 3, 2013 Cuba invites Chinese investment in special development zone at Muriel Port (Qiushi})
- November 1, 2013 Chen Quanguo, Communist Party Chief of the Tibet Autonomous Region calls in Qiushi for strict censorship. (The New York Times)
- October 31, 2013 Greenland parliament votes 15-14 to lift decades-long ban on uranium mining.
- October 13, 2013 Yangzhong builds giant statue of puffer fish (The New York Times)
- October 7, 2013 Strike at steel mill in Venezuela (The New York Times)
- September 27, 2013 The Daily Mail attacks Labour Party leader's father (The Daily Mail The Guardian The Guardian)
- September 26, 2013 World Cup infrastructure in Qatar being built with forced labor (The Guardian)
- September 23, 2013 200,000 on strike in Bangladesh (The Australian)
- September 21, 2013 Textile workers in Bangladesh demand $107 a month (The Raw Story)
- September 17, 2013 Fair Labor Standards Act extended to include direct care workers who provide personal care for the disabled and elderly in the United States (U.S. Department of Labor)
- September 16, 2013 White family lives for a month in a township in South Africa (Living in Mamelodi for a Month)
- September 14, 2013 Communist Party of Swaziland leader arrested while campaigning against bogus election in Swaziland (LINKS)
- September 14, 2013 AFL-CIO reaches out to the unorganized at its convention (AFL-CIO)
- September 14, 2013 Occupation of Zócalo by the National Education Workers Co-ordinating Committee ends (The Guardian)
- September 9, 2013 Dennis Rodman spills the beans (The Guardian)
- September 22, 2013 General election in Germany (The Guardian)
- September 4, 2013 Grey wolf killed in March 2013 in Missouri (Earth First! Journal)
- September 3, 2013 Wolves devour farmers' sheep and goats in southern France (The New York Times)
- September 1, 2013 Guest workers under H-2B visas cheated in the United States (The New York Times)
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