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· September, 2009

Stories about Labor from September, 2009

Egypt: Another journalist to be deported

"Your name [is] on the computer." With those words Cairo-based Swedish journalist and blogger Per Bjorklund is being turned away from the Cairo Airport, where he landed a few hours...

Israel: Cafes Discourage Digital Workers

Bangladesh: The Importance Of Learning A Foreign Language

ILO Mission to the Philippines

Bermuda: race and income

Qatar: Country's woes not expat labor's fault

Comments ranged from scornful to incredulous upon the release of a government study blaming underskilled expat laborers for Qatar's falling productivity rate. Shabina Khatri taps into the discussion and brings...

USA: Latinos on the passing of Ted Kennedy

Senator Edward "Ted" Kennedy’s passing on August 25, 2009 has stirred a flurry of blog posts among the Latino community in the United States, since the late Kennedy was a...

Malaysia: Complaint vs telemarketers

Ukraine: Prices, Earnings and iPods

Myanmar: A Childhood Spent Scavenging

Bermuda: Labour Day

Bahrain: We Have Our Own Idiots

Brunei: Holiday allowances for doctors

South Africa: Taxis Defiant of New Bus System for World Cup

A new public transit bus system launched in time for the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa is being met with vociferous protests from drivers of taxis (mini busses)....

Japan: New map of politics

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