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Argentina: Thousands of Protesters Face Violent Repression in the Fight over Pension Reform

For the past few weeks, Cambiemos — President Macri’s ruling coalition — has been trying to ram a pension reform through the House of Deputies. These efforts have unexpectedly hit a wall as mass protests outside the Congress have forced the government to put the legislation on hold.

Gloria Grinberg

December 16, 2017

Argentina: Left Front Legislator Shot, Injured During Police Repression

A worker and legislator representing the Left Front, Raúl Godoy, was hit by a rubber bullet during repression carried out by the police in the province of Neuquen and suffered a serious injury.

Juan C

December 8, 2017

Repression in Catalonia Before the Referendum

A wave of repression under orders of the Spanish government in Madrid attempted to halt the referendum on October 1.

Amelia Robles

September 25, 2017

Police Raid in Munich: Special Forces Burst into Apartment Because of a Ypg-Flag on Private Facebook Page

This morning at 6 AM, ten heavily armed special forces of German police executed a search warrant in Munich in an investigation over a picture of a flag of the Kurdish militia YPG posted on a private Facebook profile. During the raid the behavior of police was both sexist and racist.

Baran Serhad

August 17, 2017

Pepsico Argentina: After Violent Eviction, Workers Win Major Legal Battle

Just two hours after the repression on July 13, a Labor Court of Appeals ruled that PepsiCo had violated the Law and ordered the reinstatement of all workers.

Marisela Trevin

July 16, 2017