Campaign group "Justice for Colombia" reports on the latest in an ongoing campaign of state-sponsored killings targeting Colombia's trade unionists.
James Suggett on the recent meeting between Hugo ChÃ¡vez and Dimitri Medvedev.
Demetrius Notice argues that BA's new Airtrack railway project will benefit commuters.
Austria's governing coalition has collapsed - will this lead to the rise of the far-right Freedom Party?
Hussein Al-Alak looks back on the murderous sanctions regime imposed upon Iraq prior to the overt aggression of 2003.
Samuele Mazzolini examines recent developments in the Argentinian Senate, where the right have rallied to block progressive tax reforms.
As Britain's National Health Service celebrates another milestone anniversary, Barbara Humphries reviews sixty years of struggle against encroaching privatisation.
Sven Eric Balabanoff on America's greatest protest singer.
As a new curfew is scheme is tried out in Cornwall, Matt Genner argues that such policies will only ostracise young people and perpetuate a culture of fear and isolation.
James Suggett on how Venezuela is taking a lead in strengthening economic links between Latin America and the Caribbean.