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9 July 2020

Indian workers in the Gulf choosing between contract changes or repatriation without wages & compensation

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7 July 2020

Yemen: Total asked to clarify position regarding torture in gas liquefaction plant it allegedly controls

Emirati forces allegedly subjected to torture and ill-treatment a Yemeni national inside secret detention centres across the Shabwah governorate, Yemen, in 2018. The victim was detained for two weeks inside the Balhaf coalition base located inside a...

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30 June 2020

Yemen: Emirati forces accused of torture in gas liquefaction plant controlled by Total

Author: MENA Rights Group

'Yemeni national secretly detained and tortured by Emirati forces in Balhaf', June 18, 2020...

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26 June 2020

McKinsey & Company re killing of land defender Abdul-Rahim Al-Howeiti at NEOM, Saudi Arabia

Author: McKinsey & Company

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22 June 2020

EarthRights Intl. calls for increased action by U.S. State Department to protect human rights defenders in new report

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22 June 2020

Middle East & No. Africa: Uber implements COVID-19 safety precautions for drivers & riders

Author: Varun Godinho, Gulf Business

"Uber introduces enhanced COVID-19 safety precautions in the UAE," 14 Jun 2020...

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19 June 2020

Unemployed & unpaid workers still stranded in Gulf camps unable to get home, months after spread of COVID-19

Author: Miriam Jackson, The Union Journal

"Struggling migrants sidelined after coronavirus sweeps across the Gulf," 17 Jun 2020...

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17 June 2020

Gulf cos. "taking advantage" of COVID-19 to terminate workers' contracts & avoid paying overdue wages

Author: C R Abrar, The Daily Star

"Covid-19 and migrant workers: the great wage robbery," 16 Jun 2020  ...

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17 June 2020

Kenyan Govt. approving migrant worker contracts with poor labour standards, say recruitment agencies

Author: Martin Mwita, The Star (Kenya)

"State blamed for ignoring shoddy foreign employment contracts," 15 Jun 2020...

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10 June 2020

Human rights groups urge the European Union to strengthen rules on surveillance technology exports

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