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Malawi Child Labor: US boycotts tobacco imports over rights violation

Malawi is trying to tackle child labour on its tobacco farms, after the US imposed an import ban in November. The country is one of the largest producers of the leaf globally, and accounts for 60 per cent of export revenues. Farmers fear the ban could put off other international buyers. As TRT World's Adesewa Josh reports, it's forcing the government to take action.

US ban forces Malawi to deal with child labour | Money Talks

US ban forces Malawi to deal with child labour | Money Talks

Dozens of children in Burkina Faso forced to work

Dozens of children in Burkina Faso forced to work

DC Direct - Forgotten Children: Child Labor in the US

DC Direct - Forgotten Children: Child Labor in the US

Google, Apple, Tesla among firms sued on behalf of kids in DRC

Google, Apple, Tesla among firms sued on behalf of kids in DRC

New York attorney general accuses NRA bosses of $64M fraud | Money Talks

New York attorney general accuses NRA bosses of $64M fraud | Money Talks

New York Attorney General files lawsuit against the NRA | Money Talks

New York Attorney General files lawsuit against the NRA | Money Talks

Drones deliver supplies to COVID-19 patients in West Bank  | Money Talks

Drones deliver supplies to COVID-19 patients in West Bank | Money Talks

Resurgence of infections forces lockdowns in many countries | Money Talks

Resurgence of infections forces lockdowns in many countries | Money Talks

Eight candidates vying for top job at global trade body | Money Talks

Eight candidates vying for top job at global trade body | Money Talks

Invasive fish becomes unlikely food source in Western Cape | Money Talks

Invasive fish becomes unlikely food source in Western Cape | Money Talks

Boeing scales down production as losses mount | Money Talks

Boeing scales down production as losses mount | Money Talks

Ethiopian farmers forced to slaughter chicks as demand falls | Money Talks

Ethiopian farmers forced to slaughter chicks as demand falls | Money Talks

Kenyan fishermen blame Ethiopian mega-dam for fish depletion  | Money Talks

Kenyan fishermen blame Ethiopian mega-dam for fish depletion | Money Talks

People queue for basic goods as Sudanese economic crisis deepens | Money Talks

People queue for basic goods as Sudanese economic crisis deepens | Money Talks

Government spending boosts China's GDP growth to 3.2% in Q2 | Money Talks

Government spending boosts China's GDP growth to 3.2% in Q2 | Money Talks

Twitter accounts of high-profile users compromised | Money Talks

Twitter accounts of high-profile users compromised | Money Talks

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