Thursday, October 4, 2012

October 4 News Update

Each Monday-Friday, by 9AM Central, we’ll post links to news stories and analytical articles of interest to working people. Sometimes they will be accompanied by editorial commentary. Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

‘Law and Justice’ on Strikers’ Side, Nursing Home CEO Finds
Spanish State 25S: The Salvaging of Democracy

New Findings on Methane Highlight Urgency of Climate Action

More than 2 million workers strike in Indonesia

Wildcat miners' strikes in South Africa spread to iron ore firm

Mexican labor reform signals battles ahead for Pena Nieto

Union activities being punished by Meadowlands hospital

Board denies Station appeal of labor practice-breach ruling

Duquesne Adjunct Faculty Vote for Union Voice

Violence Rises against Bangladeshi Garment Workers

Walmart Warehouse Strike Bolstered by Big Rally

Foxconn Riot Flashes a Glimpse of China’s Slow-burning Labor Crisis

‘The greatest environmentalist of the 20th century’

As Arctic Melts, Polar and Grizzly Bears Mate

XL Foods didn't follow some safety procedures, agency says

Students protest imposed teacher legislation

Strike paralyses Belgian railways

Land acquired over past decade could have produced food for a billion people
Drought Leaves Cracks in Way of Life
Undocumented Life Is a Hurdle as Immigrants Seek a Reprieve

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