Factory Fire in Hwaseong Lithium Factory Kills 23

23 migrant labourers in South Korea die after factory fire.

Safaricom: Kenyan Internet Provider accused of restricting internet access during protest...

Safaricom is under fire after reported internet outages across the country, the company has come under further scrutiny after conflicting explanations for restrictions.

UAE must amend labour laws to bring Emirates in line with UDHR

The appalling treatment of migrant workers in the UAE must change, bringing labour law mechanisms in line with the UDHR is critical.


Why the privatisation of health sector is a roadblock on the way to universal health coverage

Privatisation increases discrimination towards those who cannot afford private insurance

50 migrant labourers killed in Kuwait: NBTC Accommodation Building fire sparks outrage

A fire that has killed 50 migrant labourers, injuring more, has sparked outrage at a lack of fire safety,...
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Meta faces lawsuit after “unlawful” termination of Palestinian-Americ...

Ferras Hamad was terminated for, according to The Washington Post, trying to ‘fix bugs’ which have been censoring Palestinian content. This is a historica...

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