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CITY OF SAN FERNANDO (Philippine Daily Inquirer/Asia News Network): One of the country’s more prominent “comfort women” during the Japanese occupation passed away at her home in Candaba town, Pampanga province, early this week without getting the reparation she sought
PARIS (Reuters) -Protests against COVID-19 restrictions in the French territory of Martinique intensified on Thursday and the situation is "very strained," a state official said on Friday, after rioters injured police officers, attacked journalists and set fire to the state representative's residence.
PETALING JAYA: Manufacturing companies have emerged in the crosshairs of labour rights issues with ATA IMS Bhd being the latest to have fallen to environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns after plantation and rubber glove companies recently.
They are shivering in barracks without heat, going hungry and have no money. They say their passports have been taken by their Chinese employer and that they are now stuck in a grim plainland in Serbia with no help from local authorities.
Judging panels looked through more than 1,800 submitted books for this year's National Book Award
Corporations can contribute positively to the realisation of the right to work for fair pay and achieve an adequate standard of living.
ASSISI, Italy (Reuters) - Pope Francis said on Friday that the world had become deaf to the plight of the poor and condemned those who become disproportionately rich while blaming the needy for their own fate.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, will travel to Barbados to mark the Caribbean island's transition to a republic which entails the removal of Queen Elizabeth as head of state.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Haitians honored their ancestors to mark the Day of the Dead on Tuesday in colorful voodoo rituals that offered a respite from the tough day-to-day reality of fuel shortages, gang violence and rising malnutrition.