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· January, 2011

Stories about Labor from January, 2011

El Salvador: Court System Employees End Strike

Vietnam to expel undocumented foreign workers

South Korea's Most Retweeted Story: Newspaper Ad Against Unfair Layoff

Cambodia: Garment Worker Open University

Taiwan: Greenpeace member arrested

El Salvador: Court System Employees on Strike Demand Higher Salaries

Singapore: Salary of foreign maids

China: Mapping labor unrest

South Korea: During Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreak, A Female Official Died of Fatigue

North Korea: Drugs Rampant, Even Among Teens

North Korean insiders and defectors have testified that drugs are widespread in North Korea. Most recent reports told that drugs are popular gifts among teens and even ordinary middle-class citizens...

Taiwan: Foxconn nominated for the public eye award

Maldives: Dominance Of The Expatriates

Bangladesh, India: Human Rights Hanging On The Border Fence

Bangladeshis were shocked by widely published photographs of the dead body of a 15 year old Bangladeshi girl hanging on the India-Bangladesh border Fence. The girl named Felani was shot...

Lebanon: Bloggers Support Tunisian Protests against “Arab Pinochet”

Lebanese bloggers have joined the chorus of concern over the Tunisian riots that have thus far claimed 24 lives. Sympathy and support is extended to the Tunisian youth protesting the...

Brain drain in Malaysia

Lebanon: Fighting Drugs

Southeast Asia: Review of 2010

Here are the top stories in the Southeast Asia region in 2010 as reported by the Southeast Asia team of Global Voices.

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