Spurning free air tickets, accommodation and higher pay, millions of migrant workers who fled India's cities when coronavirus hit are too scared to return, with grim implications for the already crumbling economy.
Indian firms struggle to lure migrant workers back
A sterilization program that ran in the US state of North Carolina from 1929 to 1974 was explicitly designed to "breed out" black citizens and met the UN definition of genocide, a study said.
US eugenics program tried to 'breed out' black people: Study
Veronica Atieno remembers feeling her way through the dark alleys between the shacks that make up Nairobi’s slums, picking her way past raw sewage and rusty, razor-sharp metal roofing with trepidation.
Pregnant women at risk of death in Kenya’s coronavirus curfew
The only refugee camp in Athens is barely a mile southwest of the Acropolis as the crow flies. Officials speak of Elaionas as a model reception center, one that has blended decent living conditions with clockwork efficiency.
'How can I find a home?' Promise of Athens turns to despair for refugees
Licensed hospitals, doctors and nurses in China will be able to use a digital license in their practices which can be kept and transmitted via digital devices, China's health authority said on Wednesday.
Licenses for China’s hospitals, medical staff to go digital: Health authority
More South Korean universities are positively responding to the demand for partial tuition refunds to compensate students for disrupted learning due to the coronavirus pandemic.
More South Korean universities endorse case for tuition refunds for classes disrupted by pandemic
Promises by the British government ministers to revitalize high streets with a new breed of shops should be abandoned in favor of turning town centers into residential hubs, creating at least 800,000 homes, according to a report that aims to influence a Downing Street review of planning laws.
UK high streets could be turned into housing, says think tank
An inspection at water purifying facilities across South Korea found bugs at seven of them following multiple reports of people discovering worm-like organisms in their bathrooms, the Ministry of Environment said on Tuesday.
Bugs found at seven water-purifying plants across South Korea: Ministry
After almost four months of treating coronavirus patients in the western Romanian city of Timisoara, doctor Virgil Musta is not only facing a surge in new daily cases, but also a string of conspiracy theories.
Romanian doctors fight surge in virus cases, conspiracy theories

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