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Taliban declares general ‘amnesty’ as evacuations resume in Kabul and other stories

Today we look at the evacuations in Afghanistan and remarks by EU countries regarding possible refugees, ongoing rescue efforts after the earthquake in Haiti, and more

Workers at BHP-owned Escondida mine in Chile set to go on strike and other stories

Today we look at an upcoming strike by workers at Chile’s Escondida mine, the dispute between unions and employers amid wage talks in South Africa, and more

Five years after the crime at Mariana, those affected remain homeless

Bento Rodrigues and Paracatu de Baixo are experiencing construction delays; in Gesteira they haven’t even begun

Social movements denounce Bolsonaro’s plan for the mining sector

Social movements that work with those affected by the sector’s activities believe the plan threatens indigenous people and weakens laws

Samarco dam disaster in Brazil surpasses 1,100-day mark; miners remain unassisted

After the worst environmental crime in Brazil’s history, workers are left with no livelihoods

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