Covid Derails Latin America’s Bid for Middle-Class Prosperity

LIMA, Peru—The pandemic has devastated hundreds of thousands of businesses across Latin America, setting back the clock on the social

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Bone-Dry Australia Faces Backlash Against Dam Projects: ‘Dams Don’t Make It Rain’

WYANGALA, Australia—To indigenous Australians Isabel and George Coe, the hills near a 280-foot-tall dam here are part of a sacred

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Pandemic Crushes Garment Industry, the Developing World’s Path Out of Poverty

Many of Asia’s developing countries have long relied on factories producing T-shirts, trousers and shoes that employ millions of people

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Google’s Marian Croak Aimed for the Top. She Couldn’t Escape Racism.

Two years ago, Marian Croak was hiding in her office at Google’s YouTube offices, convinced the police would enter and

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South Korean Panel Recommends Suspending Probe Into Samsung Leader

A panel of civilian experts dealt a blow to South Korean prosecutors investigating Samsung Electronics Co.’s de facto leader Lee

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