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9 September 2019

USA: Google fined $170 million for violating children's privacy law on Youtube

Author: Natasha Singer and Kate Conger, New York Times

Google agreed... to pay a record $170 million fine and make changes to protect children's privacy on YouTube... The penalty and changes were part of a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission and New York's attorney general, which had accused...

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4 September 2019

Malawi: The Salima Solar project still to address concerns of citizens argues blogger

Author: Elias Jika, International Accountability Project (Malawi)

‘Concerns Unaddressed, Communities in Malawi Continue Campaign on the Salima Solar Project’ 22 July 2019...

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3 September 2019
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Author: L'Obs avec AFP

« Pollution au plomb en Zambie 25 ans après la fermeture de mines, selon HRW », 23 août 2019...

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28 August 2019

South Sudan: Govt. to assess pollution in oil-producing areas after concerns on its impact on livelihoods & health

Author: John Adukata, The EastAfrican (Kenya)

"South Sudan to assess pollution in oil-producing areas"...

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26 August 2019

Zambia: Lead poisoning having disastrous effects on children’s heath; HRW report

Lead exposure around a former lead and zinc mine in Zambia is having disastrous effects on children’s health, according to Human Rights Watch. The Zambian government should promptly clean up the contamination and ensure proper treatment for all who...

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16 August 2019

Experts explore key challenges, opportunities & solutions in new era of business and human rights

Author: Article 30 & Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Madihol University

"Navigating a new era of business and human rights", July 2019...

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9 August 2019

Kenya: How use of mercury to refine gold negatively affects artisanal miners' health

Author: Daily Nation (Kenya)

"Despite high health risks, women reluctant to abandon trade in gold"...

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5 August 2019

Lebanon: Companies boost equality in the workplace

Lebanese law currently allows women to take up to 10 weeks paid maternity leave and men to take just three days off, but this falls far short of the recommended six months. Moreover, the paternity leave policy is reportedly neither applied nor enforced...

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30 July 2019

Zimbabwe: Highly flammable coal ashes endanger communities’ lives

Author: Simiso Mlevu, The Standard (Zimbabwe)

‘Hwange coal ashes ruin lives’...

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30 July 2019

Zimbabwe: NGO on a drive to empower small scale miners on the risks associated with mercury & cyanide

Author: Sukoluhle Ndlovu, Zimbabwe Daily

‘Zim Environmental Law Association on safe mercury use’ 27 July 2019...

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