About 8,761 people "died by suicide due to unemployment, bankruptcy or indebtedness in the year 2020," junior home minister Nityanand Rai informs Parliament.
The UN's International Labour Organization has revised its previous forecast on global employment recovery from the pandemic.
India’s prime minister has experienced a slew of what were called “assassination attempts”, which ultimately helped bolster his image.
With Tunisia facing both climate and economic crises, a group of women have started cooperatives and small businesses to protect the environment and create a sustainable livelihood.
At least 220 million people expected to remain unemployed globally this year, well above 187 million recorded in 2019, a new report by International Labour Organization says.
Demonstrations mark first major unrest for Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, who took over in January 2020 after death of long-ruling Sultan Qaboos bin Said.
Israeli army and Hamas have faced each other on many occasions since the Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip in 2005. Here is a quick look at some of the major battles.
Bogota’s tax proposal has triggered anger as ordinary people feel the government has burdened them, and not the rich, with fixing the pandemic-hit economy.
Militants have briefly seized a strategic port city on the eastern African coast, pushing foreign contractors to flee and creating chaos unseen for a long time.
It has become one of the most pressing issues in the region and there's no silver bullet to fix it.
More than half of Lebanon’s population is living below the poverty line and prices have soared after the Lebanese pound lost more than 80 percent of its value.
The imbalanced power relations between Egypt and the Gulf is mirrored by the treatment Egyptians have been receiving in the region.
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