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At the 2016 Jim Connell Red Flag festival in county Meath in May, SIPTU researcher Tish Gibbons delivered a powerful message on the importance of international workers solidarity.

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The announcement in May that water charges will be suspended from the Autumn of 2016 has been greeted by most campaigners as a major victory in the struggle to prevent the privitisation of water provision.

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World

Norwegian winter soldiers
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On the 24th of October the conservative government of Norway, informed the Norwegian Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee that 330 US marines will be stationed in Norway from 2017. 

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Kevin Squires discusses the growing movement to support Palestine with Riya Hassan.

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After a strong result for the left in Portugal’s elections, the Portuguese Communist Party looks set for a decisive role in the future of its country. Áine Mannion spoke with Laura Almodôvar of the Portuguese Young Communists about the party’s work.

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Opinion

Venezuelan Elections
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Recently, Venezuela held elections for a Constituent Assembly. The constitution of Venezuela permits the calling of a Constituent Assembly for the purposes of drafting changes to the constitution. This body is drawn from those elected from the general public as well as having sectoral delegates from the trade unions, farmers,

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Bull and Bear in Frankfurt - avatars of the market's animal spirits
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Michael Noonan and Fine Gael have made it clear that they plan to sell 25% of the shares in AIB to the private market in the coming days. AIB is our bank. We bought it. It was a terrible deal when we did, but now that we’ve nursed it back

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The Government has managed to make it to one whole year in office and all anyone can talk about is what the blueshirt-independent coalition supported by Fianna Fáil has failed at. But what about its successes?

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Interviews

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Could you explain the beginning of the Rojava revolution and the historical background of the region? The region of Rojava (West Kurdistan) had been deliberately impoverished in every aspect. The Syrian regime tried to leave it without a unique identity. Kurdish people in Syria are in reality a people who

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Kevin Squires discusses the growing movement to support Palestine with Riya Hassan.

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History

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Martin McGuinness, Political Strategy and the Civil Rights Movement

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Bean na hEireann
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Constance Markievicz Rosie Hackett Elizabeth O’Farrell Margaret Skinnider Kathleen Lynn

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Eoin O’Mahony reports on a discussion with Loyalist ex-prisoners on the memory of 1916.

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Sport

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From the terraces of the League of Ireland to Bundesliga cauldrons, progressive football fans have delivered the message that refugees are welcome and xenophobia is not, reports Francis Donohoe.

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Chris Bailie and Paddy Wilson take a look at how the fans of Cliftonville football Club in North Belfast have attempted to tackle sectarianism in Irish League football and make space for a radical, inclusive style of support. The 13th April 2013 was a red letter day for Cliftonville. That

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