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By Patrick O’Connor, 30 July 2012
Michael Somare and Peter O’Neil spent the previous 12 months locked in a bitter power struggle that split the military, police force and state apparatus.
By Peter Symonds, 30 July 2012
The abrupt removal of Vice Marshal Ri Yong-ho has been interpreted as a move by Kim Jong-un to tighten his grip over the country’s military.
By Alejandro López, 30 July 2012
Newly published figures show unemployment at a record high in Spain.
By Niall Green, 30 July 2012
While Washington and its allies plot how to advance their predatory interests in Syria, the country is descending into mass sectarian bloodshed.
By Niles Williamson and Nicholas Russo, 30 July 2012
In just eight days the Socialist Equality Party’s campaign to gain access to the presidential ballot in Wisconsin has garnered more than 3,000 signatures.
By Jean Shaoul, 30 July 2012
Spies Against Armageddon: Inside Israel’s Secret Wars states unequivocally that Mossad, Israel’s intelligence agency, assassinated five of Iran’s top scientists in that country’s nuclear programme.
By Jeff Lusanne and Kristina Betinis, 30 July 2012
Workers at Caterpillar’s Joliet plant have confronted not only the determination of management, but also the isolation of their struggle by the IAM and the other major unions.
By Philip Guelpa, 30 July 2012
An unofficial, leaked summary of the proposed contract with Con Ed indicates the union has agreed to significant wage and benefit concessions, including changes in pensions for new-hires.
By Athiyan Silva, 30 July 2012
The WSWS recently interviewed a former Tamil political prisoner, beaten and tortured in so-called rehabilitation centres by the Sri Lankan army and intelligence.
By Kumaran Ira, 30 July 2012
On July 26 trade unions accepted sweeping concessions proposed by the French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroën at its Sevelnord plant.