1-Thousands of people in Haiti continue to protest against security problems, humanitarian crisis and cholera epidemic.
2- After the military coup in Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso announced in a written statement on Monday 31 July that they would accept a possible western intervention as a declaration of war. In addition, Niger banned the sale of uranium to the West.
3-Protests continue in Senegal. On 1 August Tuesday, 2 people lost their lives in the protests following the arrest of opposition leader Ousmane Sonko and the dissolution of his party PASTEF with the announcement of the Senegalese Ministry of Interior
4- In Peru, after the overthrow of Castillo and the replacement of Boluarte with the intervention of US-Canadian imperialism, the protests of the indigenous people have been going on for months
5- Musa Aşoğlu wants to be extradited to the Netherlands
The extradition trial of Musa Aşoğlu, a revolutionary imprisoned in Germany, was held.
6-7th Trial of 3 Revolutionaries From Turkey Held in Germany
The unlawful detention and trial of 3 revolutionaries from Turkey Özgül Emre, İhsan Cibelik and Serkan Küpeli, who were terrorised and arrested for their political activities, continues
7- The people reacted against the thermal power plant to be opened by AKP’s Limak Holding in Akbelen Forest in Milas district of Muğla.
8-The hunger strike, of Eda Deniz Haydaroglu, Ilgin Güler and Sevil Sevimli in front of Ministry of Justice in Berlin, is continuing
9- The House of Representatives approved an amendment on Wednesday to examine a plan to construct new US bases on Greek islands, allowing for the expansion of US military presence.