Without fair working conditions in mines, Mauritania's gold will not shine

Tasiast Mauritanie, subsidiary of the Canadian company Kinross Gold, should respond to the demands of its employees, who have been on strike since May 5 to protest excess...

Waste crisis looms in Lebanon as government fails to address Ramco worker protests

The Lebanese government is responsible for assuring fair pay for foreign workers at Ramco, a major waste-management company that serves Mount Lebanon and some areas of Be...

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Without fair working conditions in mines, Mauritania's gold will not shine

Tasiast Mauritanie, subsidiary of the Canadian company Kinross Gold, should respond to the demands of its...
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Waste crisis looms in Lebanon as government fails to address Ramco wo...

The Lebanese government is responsible for assuring fair pay for foreign workers at Ramco, a major waste-management company that serves Mount Lebanon and...

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