Developing countries and younger workers have been the hardest hit by the economic slowdown caused by the coronavirus crisis, says Guy Rider, director-general of the International Labour Organization.
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Thousands of tons of waste are dumped in Poland every year, much of it from Germany. But Poland also has problems with its own waste disposal and its environment is suffering as a result.
The economic schism between the US and China is likely to widen, despite a potential improvement in relations under Joe Biden, a new study says. The US-China "decoupling" would throw European firms into uncharted waters.
London has declared a "major incident," saying hospitals in the British capital could soon be overwhelmed. Elsewhere, Germany has registered a new record daily death toll. DW has the latest from around the world.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says Britain's lockdown could last until the end of March in some places. His comments came as the country recorded more than 60,000 cases and over 1,000 deaths. Stay up to date with DW.
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