The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP), on Wednesday, said it had concluded plans to stage a nationwide protest over what it described as government’s insensitivity to its lingering strike. 281 more words
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by Don Franks
In a week of sickly sentiment coated militarism, TV One’s Tuesday movie Field Punishment No 1 rocked the boat wonderfully. The Archibald Baxter book We shall not Cease, on which the film was largely based is one I read in my early twenties. 477 more words
Some Context: This is a piece I wrote on the presidential inauguration of PRI candidate Enrique Peña Nieto in December 1, 2012. This reflection was a product of the political youth attitudes of that year, which were particularly agitated and mobilized as a result of the… 822 more words
Over 2,000 coal miners in Lugansk region have been on strike for the second day running, demanding higher wages and refusing to accept a pay cut to fund the restoration of Kiev, which suffered damage during the coup that overthrew the government.Some 80 percent of miners from five coal mines belonging to “Krasnodonugol” enterprise in the city of Krasnodon have not shown up to work. 77 more words
Protesta estudiantil, Santiago de Chile.
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