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BR Welcome to Brazil, where Venezuelan migrants looking for jobs are becoming slaves through its resettlement program. 👉

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AF As foreign forces withdraw from Afghanistan, there are fears the Taliban will roll back women's rights, from education and work, to freedom of movement.

A shift to a greener economy should bring social benefits, especially for the poorest, or 'the politics will end up against us’, says @topnigel , Britain's high-level climate action champion for #COP26 .

KH Crippled by the pandemic, struggling cyclo drivers are paid a small wage to deliver food, water and other essentials to Phnom Penh's most vulnerable people.

From heat-reflecting roofs to waterways that fight flooding, climate-smart ideas bring lots of side benefits.

London holds its first UK #ReclaimPride  as marchers demand return to Pride's radical roots

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Hundreds of Indian women, including many widows of farmers who were believed to have killed themselves over debt, joined a protest against government reforms

The next wave of locusts is on its way in East Africa - and it could be 20 times bigger than the first.

People gathered at Clapham Common Bandstand in south London this afternoon to pay tribute to Sarah Everard

By now you've probably heard that #Bitcoin  mining is bad for the environment. @elonmusk  even Tweeted about it yesterday 🪙. But why does mining use so much energy? And how big is the impact anyway? 🧵

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Amazon has a “shadow workforce” in Mexico. In a 6-month investigation into Amazon's labour practices in the country, 15 former contract workers we spoke to alleged mistreatment and unfair dismissal after being recruited through labour agencies. Here's what we learned 🧵

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🎶 When songs become hits, it’s often due to TikTok dances made by Black choreographers. 💡 Yet they rarely get the credit they deserve. 🗣️ That's why Black creators are staging a #BlackTikTokStrike . Here’s why you should take notice.👇🧵

A new investigation by @TRF_Stories  & @newhumanitarian  found that 22 women have accused aid workers of sexual abuse These claims include rape and unwanted pregnancies, and took place in Butembo during Democratic Republic of Congo's biggest Ebola outbreak

"I come from a family of farmers myself and understand what they are going through. So it is important for me to raise these issues" @ihansraj  was tweeting about the wh #FarmersProtestsn  his account was blocked at the request of the government

We spoke to @ihansraj  whose account was among dozens blocked after he started tweeting his support for the #FarmersProtests 

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