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Polish teachers strike shines light on country's divisions

2019-04-23

Teachers from across Poland have gathered in Warsaw to demand higher wages in a long-running dispute that is emerging as another fissure in a deeply divided society

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Fearing death, runaway Saudi sisters appeal for world's help

2019-04-17

The women, in their 20s, said they had arrived in the Georgia and needed help from the international community to find a new country to call home

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Georgia elects Salome Zurabishvili as first woman president

2018-11-29

With nearly all votes counted, the French-born ex-diplomat had 59% of the vote with rival Grigol Vashadze on 40%

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Amnesty International strips Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi of 'conscience' award over Rohingya crisis

2018-11-13

Amnesty International has withdrawn its most prestigious human rights prize from Aung San Suu Kyi, accusing the Myanmar leader of perpetuating human rights abuses...

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Global hunger increasing, UN warns

2018-09-11

The number of people suffering from hunger has increased during the past three years, after years of decline, a UN report suggests

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Save the Children report says 1.2bn children at risk

2018-05-31

The charity's second End of Childhood index says more than 1.2 billion children face these threats, with 153 million facing all three

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Nearly two-thirds of global workforce in the ‘informal’ economy

2018-05-02

More than 61 per cent of the world’s employed population – two billion people – earn their livelihoods in the informal sector, the United Nations labour agency said

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Finland is the happiest country in the world, says UN report

2018-03-16

Nordic nations take top four places in happiness rankings, with annual study also charting the decline of the US

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February 25, 1921 – Heroic Georgians who fought against Russia’s Red Army

2018-02-27

February 25 of 1921 is one of the tragic and painful dates in Georgia’s history. On this day Georgia again lost its newly gained independence that lasted less than three years

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