posted by Morning Star in World
Colombian radical and friend of Fidel Castro exemplified magical realism in literature
posted by Morning Star in Arts
A new play movingly evokes the loss of community and tradition in WWI, says SUSAN DARLINGTON
posted by Rory MacKinnon in Britain
Trade unionists at the STUC Congress pay tribute to Nelson Mandela.
Greenhouse gas emissions must fall — but rose to 'unprecedented levels' in the last decade
JOHN GREEN recommends Robert Capa's iconic war photography
But RMT warns 500 carriages may end up in privateers' hands
posted by Ryan Fletcher in Britain
Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont urged the STUC in Dundee to not let the independence referendum 'divide our movement'
posted by Malcolm Burns in Britain
Palestinians and police clash as compound is opened to Jewish visitors
Nato ramps up military footprint to defend new client state
Every month for the past six years, since the private banking sector holed the economy below the waterline, rising prices have outstripped wages.
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
William Hague wants the world to know that the people of Britain are ready to "make sacrifices" to support the coup-installed government in Kiev.
The Tory MP for Ribble Valley, who has sat as an Independent since standing down as deputy speaker after being charged, wants anonymity for defendants in such cases.
With the remnants of Britain's coal-mining industry hanging by a financial thread, Morning Star northern reporter Peter Lazenby presents a personal view
posted by Peter Lazenby in Features
It is the US drive to expand eastwards which lies at the root of the crisis in the former Soviet republic, argues JEREMY CORBYN - and it's time we talked to Russia
posted by Morning Star in Features
Breaking with Britain is no panacea - but it would mean a chance to reshape Scotland, says CAT BOYD
'Average' player gets £100k a week to kick a ball around
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Team Scotland named a 40-strong Aquatics team for this summer's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
Funding body UK Sport cut basketball's cash to zero in February after deciding that it stood little chance of winning medals
posted by Jody Porter in Arts
An act of storytelling and witness to the civil war consuming Syria brings an anguished human dimension to the fore, says JOE GILL