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Its Coronavirus Caseload Soaring, India Is Reopening Anyway

NEW DELHI — Its coronavirus cases are skyrocketing, placing it among the many world’s most worrisome pandemic zones in current weeks. Nonetheless, India is...

U.S. Jobless Claims Pass 40 Million: Live Business Updates

Another 2.1 million unemployment claims had been filed final week, the Labor Department reported Thursday, pushing the full previous 40 million — the equal...

For Some Italians, the Future of Work Looks Like the Past

CORCOLLE, Italy — On a small farm exterior Rome, employees crouched within the corridors of a cornfield and tended to stalks for the approaching...

Amazon Reaches Deal With French Unions in Coronavirus Safety Dispute

PARIS — ​Amazon has reached an settlement with French unions to reopen its warehouses in France after a prolonged battle over security measures to...

Eritreans Sue E.U. Over Use of Forced Labor Back Home

BRUSSELS — A Netherlands-based group of Eritreans sued the European Union on Wednesday, demanding it stop financing a mission within the east African dictatorship...

Filipino Musicians Drive Hong Kong’s Music Scene, but Gigs Have Dried Up

HONG KONG — The energetic melodies have been resounding off wooden, glass and marble because the pianist carried out jazz requirements at a swanky...

Erdogan Faces His Biggest Test of the Pandemic: The Economy

ISTANBUL — An financial disaster was looming in Turkey even earlier than the coronavirus gripped the country with unexpected ferocity. Since then, President Recep...

As Workers Fall Ill, U.S. Presses Mexico to Keep American-Owned Plants Open

MEXICO CITY — The Trump administration and main U.S. producers have pressured Mexico to maintain factories that offer the United States working in the...

Millions Had Risen Out of Poverty. The Coronavirus Is Pulling Them Back.

Like 1000's of girls throughout South Asia, Shahida Khatun dropped out of faculty to work within the garment factories that had been arising in...

Economic Freeze Cuts Remittances, a Lifeline for Migrants’ Families

ÁPORO, Mexico — The cash would arrive like clockwork: $300 each couple of weeks, despatched by her husband, a day laborer and undocumented immigrant...

‘My Last Stand’: In South Korea, a Protester’s Lone Fight Against Samsung

It took prosecutors greater than six years of investigation and trial to win the uncommon convictions. Top Samsung executives, like different chaebol leaders, have...

The Coronavirus in America: The Year Ahead

Until a vaccine or one other protecting measure emerges, there isn't any situation, epidemiologists agreed, wherein it's secure for that many individuals to abruptly...

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Passengers wait to disembark the aircraft on their arrival at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, on April 23, 2020.Chandan Khanna | AFP |...