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The scandal, named after the mineral in bricks that caused walls to crack and crumble across Ireland, is estimated to have affected over 20,000 homes.
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The homeless have been one of the groups most exposed to the virus in Spain, with limited access to face masks and hygiene. Vaccinating them has posed many challenges for health authorities. The Janssen vaccine which requires only one shot has made things easier.
UK policy to deport EU rough sleepers condemned as 'inhumane'
The Home Office has published guidance on how to implement new immigration rules that could see non-UK nationals sleeping rough lose permission to remain in the country
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Prime Minister Jean Castex has promised support for farmers and residents whose land was devastated.
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High infection rates and social marginalisation haunts Paris' homeless
Christophe Robert from the Abbé Pierre Foundation says “The crisis is like a ticking time bomb for all those that see their resources diminish and risk no longer being able to pay their rent.
COVID helped cut homelessness in Europe. But what about post-pandemic?
“Many people have not been evicted because of eviction moratoria, but, at some point, that will be lifted and it will create a spike in homelessness.”
More than 3 million affected by flooding in Bangladesh
Monsoon flooding has left millions homeless, with lost crops and livelihoods. More than 7.5 million more are at risk of flooding according to the National Need Assessment Working Group.
Meet the EU nationals left homeless and hungry by London's lockdown
"They are living hand to mouth because they were fired straight away and were not put on unpaid leave or furloughed and that's a scandal."
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For people with mental health problems, the challenges of COVID-19 are compounded by the disruption of services, barriers in accessing mental health care and a higher risk of falling victim to violence and discrimination.
France opens homeless self-isolation centres amid coronavirus pandemic
Sanitary isolation centres will open in Paris on Friday and in Toulouse as soon as Wednesday night, French authorities have announced.
Housing crisis is key Irish election issue after homeless man injured
He was hospitalised after authorities removed his tent from near a Dublin canal while he was sleeping inside it.
Q: How do you solve a problem like homelessness? A: Speak to Finland
As governments around Europe grapple with how to tackle rising homelessness, one country stands head and shoulders above the rest.
Viral Tetris Challenge extends beyond Europe's emergency workers
The Tetris challenge, which overtook the social media pages of emergency workers across Europe last month, has now spread among other organisations, with community centres and even the clergy among those taking part.
Watch: Homeless woman sings Puccini aria on LA subway platform
The video was shared by the Los Angeles Police Department last week.
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Homelessness makes us uncomfortable - it challenges our assumptions about global inequality, as well as the viability of our own welfare states and governance, when we see large numbers of our fellow citizens living in conditions akin to refugee camps abroad.
France must do more for its homeless, says UN housing expert
Laws meant to protect the most vulnerable people in France have failed, says the UN's special rapporteur on housing.
Homelessness in Europe - a hidden figure
The official number of homeless people in Europe is not known, their lives a hidden figure. The invisibility of this crisis in the EU flags up policy failures after years of austerity, stagnating wages and increase in house prices. We take a look behind the numbers.
Charity gives Irish flag sleeping bags to homeless veterans
Irish military veterans are taking to the streets in tricolour sleeping bags to highlight homelessness.
Watch: Bono and The Edge busk to raise money for homeless in Dublin
Musicians Bono and The Edge busked in Dublin on Christmas Eve, asking people to donate to a homeless charity.
'Total evil': Campaigners slam Hungary's homeless ban
While Finland has won accolades for ending homelessness, Hungary has sparked concern by sweeping it under the carpet.
Scottish locals are leaving jackets on lamp posts for homeless people
A group has started a spontaneous project to collect jackets for homeless people.
Russia's homeless use buses to escape winter chill
Local businesses have been donating old buses to Russia's homeless population as a way to escape winter temperatures
Celebrities serve Thanksgiving dinner to homeless people in LA
Kevin Hart, Pharrell Williams and Minnie Driver were among the celebrities who turned out Wednesday to serve Thanksgiving dinner to the homeless in downtown Los Angeles.
Homeless people face prison in Hungary after tough new law is passed
At least three homeless people were arrested last week in Hungary after a law criminalising rough sleeping came into effect.
Man removed 'anti-homeless' devices from benches and ended in court
Hippolyte says the authorities, not him, should have been in the dock.
Paris to open town hall doors to homeless people this winter
The measure is part of a plan to create some 3,000 emergency night shelter places.