A study finds that workers in countries with greater income and societal inequality are more likely to see disruptive technologies like AI in negative terms.
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The main health workers union of South Africa plans to challenge the government in court on Tuesday over shortages of protective gear for frontline staff where the country has 1,749 confirmed Covid-19 cases and 13 deaths.
The young post-war generation says Bosnia's political leaders are failing to offer hope or a future to them and it's the country' educated and most skilled people who chose to leave which is damaging the country's 3.5 million population.
The war has also exacted a heavy toll on the country's economy, forcing millions out of jobs. For journalists, it's been particularly hard as the space to report on the conflict and other issues affecting Yemen shrinks.
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