World Economy Heads Towards Recession as Coronavirus Declared Pandemic

Photo: Pedestrians in New York City pass under headlines in Times Square related to the coronavirus outbreak. Read Tribune of the People’s response to this article here. By the Incendiary Editorial Board Last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared that the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) that originated in Wuhan, China has become a pandemic, meaning that it has spread worldwide. The economic impact on … Continue reading World Economy Heads Towards Recession as Coronavirus Declared Pandemic

BRAZIL: Favela Residents Fight Police to Resist Displacement

Photo: Residents of the Rio das Pedras favelas block the street leading into their neighborhood with burning barricades By Thomas Lambert On the morning of March 10 in west Rio de Janeiro, residents of the Rio das Pedras favela barricaded streets and fought police in defense of their homes and businesses. Just five days earlier, the city government instituted a “Zero Tolerance” program, which targets … Continue reading BRAZIL: Favela Residents Fight Police to Resist Displacement

HISTORIA PROLETARIA: Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora

Foto: Marcha del Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora en Petrogrado, Rusia, 1917 Este artículo es una traducción. Por Audrey Hellenbrecht El 27 de febrero de 1917 (el 8 de marzo en el calendario moderno), miles de trabajadoras de fábricas salieron a las calles de Petrogrado, Rusia, en el Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora (IWWD, por su sigla en ingles) para atacar las severas … Continue reading HISTORIA PROLETARIA: Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora

INDIA: Comunistas Toman Medidas Contra Hotel de Turismo Sexual

Foto: Daños en un hotel de turismo sexual en Kerala causados por el Ejército Guerrillero de Liberación Popular Este artículo es una traducción. Por Kannan Krishnan Por la mañana del 15 de enero, miembros del Ejército Guerrillero de Liberación Popular (EGLP) atacaron un complejo hotelero conocido por su turismo sexual en Attamala, situado en el distrito de Wayanad en el estado indio de Kerala. Los … Continue reading INDIA: Comunistas Toman Medidas Contra Hotel de Turismo Sexual

CANADÁ: Los Imperialistas Pierden la Paciencia Con los Bloqueos de Wet’suwet’en, Toman Daños Económicos

Foto: Un bloqueo ferroviario en Toronto el 8 de febrero Este artículo es una traducción. Por Lois Boite, con contribuciones de Felix Weber y David Martinez El 24 de febrero, los manifestantes en Vancouver que apoyaban la resistencia indígena de Wet’su’ten contra la tubería Coastal GasLink bloquearon una ruta de acceso de vehículos al puerto, mientras que otros bloquearon un puente en una línea de … Continue reading CANADÁ: Los Imperialistas Pierden la Paciencia Con los Bloqueos de Wet’suwet’en, Toman Daños Económicos

COLOMBIA: Students Rebel Against Police and Politicians in Support of Education Strike

Photo: Student protesters march under a banner reading, “It is Right to Rebel!” By Thomas Lambert Throughout the past several weeks, students across Colombia have taken to the streets in support of striking teachers, clashing with riot police known as the Mobile Anti-Disturbance Squadron (ESMAD) in a continuation of the two-day education strike that began on February 20. In Soacha, an industrial working-class suburb of … Continue reading COLOMBIA: Students Rebel Against Police and Politicians in Support of Education Strike

PERU: Attack on Police in Ayacucho

The following is an unofficial translation of the article “Angriff auf die Polizeikräfte in Ayacucho” from German revolutionary news source Dem Volke Dienen. On Wednesday March 4, several National Police patrols were ambushed in the area of Apurimac and Mantaro Rivers, in the province of Ayacucho, Peru. The incident took place when the security forces were on duty in the center of Santa Rosa, Canayre … Continue reading PERU: Attack on Police in Ayacucho

AFGHANISTAN: US, Taliban Officials Agree to ‘Peace’ Plan as Fighting Resumes

Photo: US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad (left) and Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar (right) By Sherman Cox and Ben Robinson On Monday, reports emerged that fighting between the Taliban and Afghan security forces resumed, just two days after the US government signed a ‘peace’ deal with the Taliban, aiming for a near-total US withdrawal and a cessation of hostilities. US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad … Continue reading AFGHANISTAN: US, Taliban Officials Agree to ‘Peace’ Plan as Fighting Resumes

CHILE: Mass Rebellion Delays Latin America’s Largest Music Festival, Injures Police

Photo: Protesters behind a burning vehicle in Viña del Mar By Thomas Lambert This year’s opening of the annual Viña del Mar International Song Festival was met by hundreds of militant protesters who delayed its start with combative street battles that damaged property and injured police officers, showing that the mass rebellion in Chile persists months after metro fare hikes in the capital of Santiago … Continue reading CHILE: Mass Rebellion Delays Latin America’s Largest Music Festival, Injures Police

FRANCE: Homage to Pierre Overney

Photo: Revolutionaries honor Pierre Overnay with red flags at his memorial 48 years after his death By Mike Talavera Coverage in French from Cause Du Peuple French revolutionary news organization Cause du Peuple and youth organization Jeunes Révolutionnaires organized a memorial for revolutionary Pierre Overney on February 23, 48 years after his death, paying homage at his tomb with speeches, flowers, and songs. Known affectionately … Continue reading FRANCE: Homage to Pierre Overney