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Five global problems to highlight on International Workers' Day

With many countries across the world today downing tools to celebrate workers and labourers, here we look at five problems that should be

With many countries across the world today downing tools to celebrate workers and labourers, here we look at five problems that should be

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Children in jobs means even worse future, says ILO

Almost 170 million children are condemned to work full-time jobs today, with no schooling and poor future prospects. The International Labour

Almost 170 million children are condemned to work full-time jobs today, with no schooling and poor future prospects. The International Labour

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Celebrations in Oslo as Nobel Peace Prize winners officially receive the award

This year's Nobel Peace Prize winners, Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousufsay, made an appearance on Wednesday night in front of adoring crowds carrying candles in Oslo.

This year's Nobel Peace Prize winners, Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousufsay, made an appearance on Wednesday night in front of adoring crowds carrying candles in Oslo.

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Mexican police rescue 458 children from a rat infested refuge

Shock and disbelief have been reactions in Mexico to the revelations that over 450 children have been discovered living in a vermin infested refuge

Shock and disbelief have been reactions in Mexico to the revelations that over 450 children have been discovered living in a vermin infested refuge

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Bolivia to vote on child labour law

Bolivia’s Senate is to vote on a new code that could lower the working age for children. Currently they can enter the workforce at 14 but some

Bolivia’s Senate is to vote on a new code that could lower the working age for children. Currently they can enter the workforce at 14 but some

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Bangladesh factories agree to pay rise but protests continue

Police forces used tear gas and rubber bullets to break up new protests by workers in Bangladesh who are calling for a bigger increase in their

Police forces used tear gas and rubber bullets to break up new protests by workers in Bangladesh who are calling for a bigger increase in their