RESIDENTS of Uklana, a village in India’s Haryana state bordering New Delhi, have blocked roads and shuttered shops in protest at the rape and murder of a six-year-old girl.
The girl, from a Dalit (“untouchable” caste) family, appears to have been abducted from the...
Tuesday 12th Dec 2017
posted by Ben Chacko in World
Activists hear how country can earn some international respect
Monday 4th Dec 2017
posted by Ben Chacko in Britain
IT IS “long past time” for the “vicious, illegal and disgraceful decision to expel George Galloway from the Labour Party” to be overturned, Andrew Murray said yesterday.
The Unite chief of staff, who was a long-time chairman of the Stop the War Coalition,...
US PRESIDENT Donald Trump declared North Korea a “state sponsor of terrorism” yesterday, ramping up the threat of war.
Petro Symonenko denounces parliamentary bid to ease sale of 3,500 public enterprises
Wednesday 22nd Nov 2017
Communist Party of Ukraine general secretary PETRO SYMONENKO talks to Star editor Ben Chacko about the country’s ongoing troubles
Saturday 4th Nov 2017
posted by Ben Chacko in Features
BEN CHACKO reports from the Venezuela Solidarity Campaign AGM
Monday 9th Oct 2017
THERESA MAY was accused of the “grossest hypocrisy” by peace campaigners yesterday as she rattled sabres on the borders of Russia.
Speaking to hundreds of British soldiers stationed in the former Soviet republic of Estonia, Ms May said leaving the EU would not lessen the...
Saturday 30th Sep 2017
SCOTTISH Labour leadership hopefuls Anas Sarwar and Richard Leonard made their pitches to party conference delegates in Brighton yesterday.
Mr Leonard said Scotland needed “radical and fundamental change.”
He argued: “Labour is in third position in Scotland...
Wednesday 27th Sep 2017
Unite leader vows to ‘keep Corbyn flag flying’
Tuesday 26th Sep 2017