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Since the onset of the economic crisis in 2008, the working poor has emerged as a growing concern in Europe. Those who belong to this group are employed but their income isn’t high enough to maintain the typical standard of living in their society.
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A general strike and rallies take place in the Moroccan city of al-Hoceima to demand the release of anti-establishment activists.
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On the eve of the official opening of the World Economic Forum in Davos there were warnings about the growing gap between rich and poor. It’s just
Gunshots, grenades and anger in Jerusalem
Israeli police shot dead a Palestinian they said tried to stab an officer near Jerusalem's Old City on Saturday, the latest in a spate of street attacks in the occupied territories.
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The Belgian capital of Brussels came to a standstill on Wednesday as some 300 taxi drivers protested against ride-hailing service Uber. Taxi drivers
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The 32nd edition of the Jerusalem Film Festival kicked off with Hollywood glamour, as John Turturro attended the opening. The US actor, writer and
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