Protesters occupied Greece‘s Finance Ministry in Athens today as ministers announced that negotiations with the EU, European Central Bank and the IMF over austerity measures and public asset sell-offs had been “positive”: here.
Greek workers at state companies facing privatisation under a loan deal between the government, the European Union and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will walk out today to press the administration to scrap the sell-off: here.
Greek and Spanish solidarity with Dutch striking workers: here.
Scotland: Strathclyde police released two demonstrators today after clashes with an anti-cuts protest in Glasgow ended with a sit-in outside the station where they were held: here.
Johann Hari: Serial rape a shameful tradition for the IMF: here.