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DUBAI (Reuters) - When Kapil left his Nepali village for an airport job packing cargo in the United Arab Emirates, he thought he was securing a future for himself and his family.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Police in Chile broke up a fresh round of anti-government protests in one of Santiago´s central squares late on Monday, arresting 14 and citing rules against congregations intended to ward off the spread of coronavirus.
Lima (Reuters) - Peru's President Martin Vizcarra said he will seek to strengthen labour laws to take more "concrete action" against companies involved in workplace accidents after two teenaged employees died in a McDonald's Corp
Despite Malaysia’s low inflation rate, many still struggle to get by. Why is this so? The World Bank’s latest Malaysia Economic Monitor report highlights areas that may contribute to our high cost of living.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - A group of Chileans who claim to have suffered eye trauma in confrontations with the security forces rallied outside the presidential palace on Thursday to call for President Sebastian Pinera to "take responsibility" for human rights violations during the ongoing protests.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile's finance minister predicted on Thursday that as many as 300,000 jobs could be lost because of the impact of four weeks of rioting on one of Latin America's strongest economies.
PONTIAN: Pakatan Harapan candidate Karmaine Sardini is not in touch with issues faced by the people, says his challenger Wendy Subramaniam.
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnia is facing an outflow from its politically sensitive multi-ethnic armed forces (OSBiH) due to the failure of political institutions to approve adequate funding, the Balkan country's military commissioner warned on Tuesday.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile's capital Santiago has been singed by fire. In riots sparked by anger over fare hikes, masked and hooded protesters have torched buses, metro stations, supermarkets, banks and the high-rise headquarters of a major energy firm.