Whether it's dangerous conditions at meat processing plants in Germany or cramped dormitories in Singapore, the coronavirus pandemic has shed light on the lives of workers whose stories rarely get told. This is a tale of nectarine pickers in Spain.
Days after schools in one German state re-opened their doors, hundreds of students have been sent home once again. Isolated COVID-19 cases are to blame.
After major coronavirus outbreaks at several businesses, German lawmakers are finally considering cracking down on the exploitation of foreign workers.
Mayors are sounding the alarm in southern Italy: reception centers for refugees are overcrowded, and there is growing resentment in the population. Other Mediterranean states also report rising numbers of refugees.
Germany has declared Antwerp in northern Belgium a high-risk area amid an increase in coronavirus cases. The province has recorded more coronavirus cases than any other region in Belgium.
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