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World - International
11/30/2022 11:59:49 AM
Britain's government on Wednesday rejected union pay demands after ambulance workers joined nurses in voting to go on strike.

World - COP 21
11/29/2022 9:42:33 PM
Congressional leaders expressed support Tuesday for quickly ending a threatened rail workers' strike that could sow chaos in the US economy.

World - Africa
11/27/2022 10:24:05 AM
Allies of Ethiopia's federal military are looting property and carrying out mass detentions in Tigray, according to eyewitnesses and aid workers.

World - International
11/25/2022 2:32:15 PM
Nurses across most of Britain will hold the first strikes in their union's 106-year history next month, joining a host of other workers taking industrial action over pay.

World - International
11/24/2022 1:27:35 PM
Pandemic lockdowns are expanding across China, including in a city where factory workers clashed this week with police, as the number of COVID-19 cases hits a daily record.

World - International
11/24/2022 11:58:20 AM
Thousands of postal workers, university lecturers, and schoolteachers in the U.K. were going on strike on Thursday to demand better pay and working conditions amid the country's cost-of-living crisis.

World - International
11/23/2022 2:54:49 PM
Violent protests have broken out around Foxconn's vast iPhone factory in central China, as workers clashed with security personnel over pay and living conditions at the plant.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
11/22/2022 11:52:20 PM
Egypt and Greece signed on Tuesday a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on aeronautical and maritime search and rescue and an agreement on the employment of seasonal workers in the agricultural sector, their foreign ministers said.

World Cup 2022 - News
11/19/2022 10:12:14 PM
Given the level of focus on the Qatari regime, its attitudes toward human rights, immigrant workers, the LGBTQ community — and beer — the World Cup host’s soccer team has slipped under the radar.

World - International
11/18/2022 5:10:39 PM
Britain faced a fresh wave of strikes over pay on Friday, as London Heathrow airport ground staff began a three-day walkout and postal workers planned to extend industrial action.

World Cup 2022 - Features
11/18/2022 1:43:08 PM
FIFA's president promised the World Cup would be like "Disneyland" while rights groups say workers have been through hell, but one thing is certain -- there will never be another World Cup like Qatar 2022.

World - Region
11/14/2022 5:39:35 PM
The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) denied Monday any role in a deadly bomb attack in central Istanbul that killed six people, which Turkey has blamed on Kurdish militants.

World - Region
11/14/2022 3:33:15 PM
Turkey on Monday accused a Syrian woman of planting a bomb that killed six people in Istanbul, blaming the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) of carrying out the attack.

World - Africa
11/11/2022 1:57:04 PM
Ethiopia's lead negotiator in ongoing peace talks asserted Friday that 70% of the country's northern Tigray region is now under military control and aid deliveries have resumed to the area, but there is no immediate confirmation from aid workers or Tigray spokesmen.

COP27 - Focus
11/11/2022 1:38:00 PM
From a distance, the endless landscape of solar panels stretching toward the horizon can easily be mistaken for crops nearing harvest. But here in the desert in southern Egypt, workers have been cultivating another precious commodity: electricity.

World - Region
11/10/2022 9:00:36 PM
Israel is waging a "wide-scale war" on Palestinian media workers, as illustrated by the killing of Palestinian-American reporter Shireen Abu Akleh, journalism representatives told UN investigators on Thursday.

World - International
11/9/2022 3:39:31 PM
European workers squeezed by the soaring cost of living went on strike in Belgium and Greece on Wednesday, with stoppages threatening to paralyse parts of Britain, France and Spain in coming days.

World - International
11/2/2022 2:08:45 PM
Chinese authorities imposed lockdowns on 600,000 people in the area surrounding the world's largest iPhone factory on Wednesday, as workers complained of disorderly Covid controls at the facility.

World - International
10/30/2022 10:41:03 AM
Emergency workers scrambled to rescue residents trapped by floods in and around the Philippine capital on Sunday as Tropical Storm Nalgae swept out of the country after killing at least 48 people.

World - International
10/26/2022 3:31:13 PM
Bangladesh rescue workers found the bodies of four missing crew of a dredger boat, taking the death toll from Cyclone Sitrang to 28 as millions remained without power, officials said Wednesday.

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