On Thursday November 16, the 18th Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) ended in Beijing with the election of a new team of party leaders.
At first glance, chaos and death in Colombia seem random.
Marchers, 100,000 of them, filled the Plaza Bolivar in the Colombian capital, Bogotá.
The attack on the Communist newspaper office occurred just before the eve of the Iraqi Communist Party's 78th anniversary.
While the Congress concentrated on recommendations applying to Cuba's economy, the conference dealt mostly with Party functioning.
Hungarian right-wing nationalism has its roots in the period between the two world wars.
A general strike called by Portuguese unions against austerity measures imposed by international finance capital practically shut down Portugal last Thursday.
The government in Beijing plans to raise the minimum wage by 15 percent every year for the next five years.
A group of 50 self proclaimed, "rebel students" on September 12 attacked the Santiago offices of the Chilean Communist Party's (CP) Central Committee.
Nepal elected Maoist Baburam Bhattarai Prime Minister following the brief administration Jhalanath Khanal, who resigned after failing to advance a peace process and new constitution.