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Greek government's use of wartime emergency powers to break a week-long strike by metro transit workers in the capital city of Athens. On 25 January, riot police moved in and forced workers back to work under the threat of arrest. This is the latest
PDT 5/22/2012 by Scott Roxborough share In director Pablo Larrain's drama, being sold worldwide by Participant Media, Bernal plays an advertising executive who designs a campaign against Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet. Sony Pictures Classics have
In November 2011, the Governing Body of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) agreed to a proposal to establish a tripartite committee to review the mass dismissal of Bahraini workers referred to in the complaint concerning the Non-Observance
Zanaoen, Kazakhstan, and urges the authorities to take all necessary measures to settle the conflict peacefully. Friday in violent clashes in an oil town in western Kazakhstan where workers have been protesting for higher wages for months,
CTH and CGT, in firmly condemning the murder of the well-known journalist Luz Marina Paz Villalobos and her cameraman Delmer Canales. They were shot to death, riddled with bullets, by assassins travelling on two motorbikes. Paz Villalobos was working
Arrega was assassinated as he got into his car on the morning of 13 September.
Rafael Tobon Zea was fired during the takeover process after working for 15 years at the Frontino Gold Mines, owned by workers and pensioners. The mining company had been forced into liquidation and then illicitly handed over to transnational capital.
Guatemala's trade union, indigenous and campesino organizations in strongly condemning the massacre that took place between May 14 and 15 at the Finca Los Cocos farm in the municipality of La Libertad, in which 29 campesinos, including two women and
Originally published Thursday, March 31, 2011 at 3:03 PM Movie review 'Nostalgia for the Light': Looking at the cosmos and Chile's haunted past A movie review of "Nostalgia for the Light," Patricio Guzman's latest documentary that elegantly examines
President Sebastian Pinera, an outgoing 61-year-billionaire, has cut a splendid figure to his countrymen and millions of others round the world at the Mina San Jose: Chile had pulled off the greatest rescue since Noah's ark. Now Chile's leader is