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2 June 2020
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Westfleisch, a meat processing plant in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) was forced to close after more than 150 out of 200 tested employees were positive for COVID-19, the majority of whom were from Romania and Bulgaria. The case follows a...

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1 June 2020
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Story
29 May 2020
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In May 2020, 500 South Asian oil and gas workers in Ruwais, Nepalis and Indians among them, went on strike alleging that their employer had not paid their salaries for two months in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. During this time most of the...

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27 May 2020
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Autor/in: Ch Sushil Rao, Times of India

"Lockdown effect: 99 Indian workers from Telangana without work and accommodation forced to live under trees in Sharjah and Dubai," 26 May 2020...

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Story
25 May 2020
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In a press release dated 29 April 2020, Leilani Farha, the UN Special Rapporteur on adequate housing, accused corporate property owner Akelius Residential of allegedly breaching human rights standards on the right to adequate housing in the UK, Canada...

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Antwort
22 May 2020
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Autor/in: Akelius

Akelius business idea is to give a better living in major metropolitan cities. This means that the company acquires old buildings, which very often have a significant maintenance need....

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Artikel
21 May 2020
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Autor/in: Samir Salama, Gulf News

"'98% of labour accommodation in Bahrain area fertile land for COVID-19," 19 May 2020...

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21 May 2020
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20 May 2020
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Autor/in: Juliana Nnoko-Mewanu, Mail & Guardian (South Africa)

‘After seven years, displaced Zambian villagers might get land’ 19 May 2020...

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Artikel
19 May 2020
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Autor/in: Brasil de Fato

“Agricultores sofrem ameaças e têm produção destruída no Porto de Suape, em Pernambuco. Famílias acusam complexo portuário por violações de direitos e ameaças que não pararam nem durante pandemia de covid-19”, 15 de Maio de 2020  ...

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