Le Minh Tuan has curled up in the bed of his deceased son every night since the young man suffocated in a truck in Britain alongside dozens of other Vietnamese migrants one year ago.
'I don't blame anyone': Vietnam truck tragedy families speak out one year on
China aims to test more than nine million residents of the port city of Qingdao within five days following a minor coronavirus outbreak, health officials said Monday, the first mass testing in months.
China to test entire city in 'five days' after six coronavirus cases
More than 1,000 migrants from Africa have arrived in the Spanish Canary Islands since Thursday, the Red Cross said.
Spain's Canary Islands see new influx of African migrants
A bus heading to a Buddhist temple collided with a train in central Thailand on Sunday, killing at least 20 people and injuring 30, authorities said.
20 killed on temple trip in Thailand as bus, train collide
Coronavirus border closures and restrictions have stranded nearly three million migrants around the world who want to return home but cannot, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said, adding some had been “warehoused” in unhygienic settings.
Nearly 3m migrants stranded by COVID-19: UN report
The arrest of 13 men in a plot to kidnap the governor of Michigan and "instigate a civil war" placed a fresh spotlight on the growth of armed, right-wing extremist "militias" under the administration of US President Donald Trump.
Michigan plot: US right-wing militias a growing threat
Over 400,000 workers on Indian tea plantations that supply the world’s largest tea companies have gone on strike over the government’s failure to implement a promised daily wage increase from £1.70 to £3.70 a day.
India's tea workers strike as government fails to deliver wage increase
DR Congo said it would launch an inquiry into accusations that international workers in an anti-Ebola campaign had sexually abused local women.
DR Congo to probe allegations of abuse by Ebola health workers
Fighting between rival gangs in the Rohingya refugee settlements in Bangladesh has forced hundreds of people to leave their shelters in a week where at least seven have died.
Gang violence erupts in Bangladesh Rohingya camps forcing families to flee
Bomb explosions, shootings and even kidnapping of children: Drug trafficking around Antwerp in northern Belgium is generating increasingly violent crime, which the authorities are struggling to tackle.
Illicit drug trade at Belgian port fuels crime wave

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