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ARCHIVE PHOTO: Women work on a production line at the mobile phone factory in Assuit, Egypt September 30, 2018. | REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Tech-Savvy Women Could Beat COVID-19 Job Blues in the Arab World

In a region where only one in four women works, experts say those who retrain could tap surging demand for digital skills.
Housemaids clean windows in an apartment in Beirut April 2, 2012. Tragic tales of domestic worker abuse in Lebanon are common. | REUTERS/Jamal Saidi

Plight of Lebanon's Migrant Maids Spurs Coronavirus Repatriation Push

The suicide of a Filipino maid has highlighted the desperate situation of thousands of foreign workers in Lebanon left jobless and stranded by the COVID-19 lockdown.
Shi'ite Muslim women wear protective face masks at Imam Ali Shrine, following an outbreak of coronavirus, in the holy city of Najaf, Iraq March 11, 2020. | REUTERS/Alaa al-Marjani

Coronavirus Seen Delaying Justice for Iraqi Women Displaced by War

Court closures add another barrier to displaced Iraqi women struggling to prove their home ownership rights.
Migrant workers arrive at the Mawa Ferry Ghat in Munshiganj district, Bangladesh April 30, 2020. | REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain

'Emergency' for Millions as Coronavirus Severs Remittance Lifeline

Strict curfews, lockdowns and travel bans enforced in the wake of COVID-19 decimate jobs and slash remittances.
Syrian refugee women stand in front of their homes at Azraq refugee camp, near Al Azraq city, Jordan, December 8, 2018. REUTERS/Muhammad Ham

'We're Even More Isolated Now': In a Syrian Refugee Camp, a Lockdown Ramadan

Cut-off from friends and community, the lockdown has made people in refugee camps nostalgic for Ramadan before the war in Syria and before COVID-19.
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