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Under threat and homeless, displaced Iraqis return to the camps

May 16, 2018 |

Just when those displaced by the onslaught of ISIS in Iraq almost four years ago thought the worst was behind them, many are leaving camps – only to learn their homes have been flattened, there are scant resources to survive and little in the way of safety and protection – prompting scores to turn back around and return to tent life.
FOX News

A trade war is brewing inside the White House between rival camps

April 2, 2017 |

Soon after President Trump took office, an executive order was quietly drafted to suspend talks with China on an obscure but potentially far-reaching treaty about bilateral investment.

After eight years and two dozen rounds of negotiations, the treaty terms were almost in final form. Pulling out…

L.A. Times – Business


US bombs two ISIS camps in Libya

January 20, 2017 |

Video shows US B-2 bombers destroying two ISIS camps in Libya, with initial estimates that over 80 militants were killed, US officials told CNN. – RSS Channel – World

North Korea Still Expanding Its Labor Camps: Reports

November 30, 2016 |

A 2014 UN report accusing Kim Jong Un of crimes against humanity through forced labor camps apparently did nothing to deter him. In fact, North Korea has increased and expanded its camps in the years since, according to satellite images included in a Committee for Human Rights in North Korea…


Boko Haram survivors raped at ‘safe’ camps

November 2, 2016 |

Women and girls who survived Boko Haram violence were raped by government officials at camps in northern Nigeria where they sought safety, according to a new rights group report. – RSS Channel – World

Abandoned in Saudi desert camps, migrant workers won’t leave without pay

August 18, 2016 |

Saudi Labour Minister Mufrej al-Haqbani and Philippine Labour Minister Silvestre Bello speak to media in RiyadhBy Marwa Rashad and Katie Paul QADISIYA LABOUR CAMP, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) – Migrant construction workers, abandoned in their thousands by Saudi employers in filthy desert camps during the kingdom's economic slump, say they will not accept a government offer of free flights home unless they receive months of unpaid wages. The plight of the workers, stranded for months in crowded dormitories at labor camps with little money and limited access to food, water or medical care, has alarmed their home countries and drawn unwelcome attention to the conditions of some of the 10 million foreign workers on whom the Saudi economy depends. Then we will go back," said Sardar Naseer, 35, a Pakistani welder at the Qadisiya Labour Camp, which houses around 2,000 workers from construction conglomerate Saudi Oger.

Economy News Headlines – Yahoo! News