Cases of fraudulent receipts of subsidies designed to support small businesses and self-employed people hit hard by the pandemic are increasingly being found across Japan.
Many in Japan receiving coronavirus subsidies illegally
About 250 human rights activists protested in the northern French port of Calais against a local ban on distributing food to migrants in the city center.
Activists protest ban on distributing food to migrants in French port
Tens of thousands of people infected with coronavirus were incorrectly given the all-clear by England’s Lighthouse laboratories, a British High Court trial will be told next week.
Tens of thousands with coronavirus ‘wrongly given’ all clear by British labs
Farmers in India blocked roads and railway tracks on Friday in a protest against new legislation that they say could pave the way for the government to stop buying grain at guaranteed prices, leaving them at the mercy of private buyers.
Indian farmers block roads, railways over farm bills
Roma and Travellers living in several Western European countries face severe inequality and discrimination, according to a report issued on Wednesday by the EU's Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA).
Roma face 'vicious cycle' of poverty in Western Europe
The world is becoming less tolerant of migrants, according to a poll released on Wednesday.
Gallup poll says world becoming less tolerant of migrants
Fresh lockdown restrictions came into force Monday in parts of Madrid and surrounding areas, drawing outrage despite a surge in COVID-19 infections.
Resignation, anger greet new Madrid lockdown
By the time 61-year-old Mexican mechanic Martin Urdiain finally decided to go to hospital to seek treatment for the coronavirus, it was already too late. He died the next day.
Fear of hospitals means some Mexicans 'prefer to die at home'
The small village, like most in France, has a cafe-restaurant, a hairdresser, a superette and a library.
Freedom, dignity in French Alzheimer's 'village'

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