The escalation in fighting between Myanmar's military and ethnic Rakhine rebels in recent months has triggered a surge in violence against children and left some villagers facing starvation.
More children getting 'killed, maimed' in Myanmar conflict
Delhi police have been accused of filing false and politically-motivated charges against pro-democracy activists to blame them for the Delhi riots — while not arresting any ruling party figures and police officers for their role in the violence.
Delhi police accused of filing false charges over February riots
Staff at luxury hotels in Delhi are to start welcoming guests not with traditional garlands but with a medical gown.
Delhi to transform 25 luxury hotels into COVID-19 care centers
Lower-income households are more likely to have been forced into debt during the coronavirus crisis while wealthier families have been able to fall back on or even boost their savings, a new study suggests.
Lockdown increasing UK's wealth divide, report warns
Eight children drowned in a river in southwestern China after one fell in and the others jumped in to help, state media said Monday.
Eight young children drown in river in Chinese city
African countries have pulled together to set up a one-stop shop to give the continent a fairer chance in the international scramble for COVID-19 test kits, protective equipment and any vaccines that emerge.
Africa unites to lower cost of COVID-19 tests, PPE
The Internet shutdown in Myanmar's conflict-ridden northwest, described by rights groups as the world's longest, entered a second year on Sunday with locals and campaigners appealing for an end to the blackout as coronavirus fears grip the region.
Internet blackout in Myanmar's Rakhine enters second year
Dozens gathered in Nathan Phillips Square in downtown Toronto for a peaceful rally on Saturday to demand that the federal government let asylum seekers stay permanently in Canada as the pandemic continues.
Dozens gather in Toronto to demand permanent status for refugees amid COVID-19
Black people are detained significantly longer than white people inside the UK’s immigration detention system, prompting fresh claims of “institutional racism.”
UK Home Office 'uses racial bias' when detaining immigrants
The reverberating economic shock of the coronavirus crisis has delivered a massive setback for women because so many work in the badly exposed services sector, experts say.
Women bear the brunt of virus fallout in workplace

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