FEARS are growing for missing rights campaigner Santiago Maldonado after the judge investigating his disappearance said he may have drowned.
Mr Maldonado was last seen being arrested at a demonstration for the indigenous rights of the Mapuche people on August 1, according to fellow...
Tuesday 19th Sep 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
TWENTY-TWO people were arrested yesterday for rioting after a group of right-wing thugs tried to shut down a discussion of Indonesia’s 1965-66 slaughter of millions of communists.
Jakarta police spokesman Argo Yuwono said five police officers were injured in the melee, which took...
by Felicity Collier in South London
A SACKED benefits assessor could be struck off as a paramedic after admitting a string of demeaning comments about disabled claimants.
Alan Barham faced allegations of misconduct caused by incompetence and questions over his...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Tube drivers have overwhelmingly backed strikes in their fight to make good managers’ pledges to change their working conditions.
Members of the Aslef union will walk out for 24 hours on October 5 after voting 88.4 per cent to a walkout on a 53 per cent turnout.
England boss says players are focused on tonight’s game
posted by Morning Star in Sport
PREMIERSHIP RUGBY said yesterday that it would be wrong to judge their venture into the United States on the attendance figure for Saturday’s clash between Newcastle and Saracens in Philadelphia.
A crowd of just 6,271 turned up at the 18,500-capacity Stadium Drive for a second...
Ferrari driver trails Hamilton by 28 points with six races remaining
by James Nalton at Anfield
BURNLEY had just held on stoically for a draw against Liverpool on Saturday as manager Sean Dyche was facing a number of questions regarding his side’s style, gameplan and tactics.
While his side were perceived as defensive...
Chris Searle on jazz
posted by Morning Star in Features
JOHN GREEN previews Chicago Boys, the story of how Salvador Allende’s progressive government in Chile in the 1970s was overthrown with the help of a small group of US-trained Chilean economists