Belgium Pioneers EU Legislation to Combat Musculoskeletal Disorders in the Workplace

Musculoskeletal disorders, including back, shoulder, wrist, and elbow pain, are among the most prevalent work-related health issues in Belgium. These disorders often result from repetitive tasks, poor posture, and strenuous physical activities

Crackdown on Press Freedom Continues in Russia as Journalist Arrested for Social Media Reposts

Sergei Mingazov, a journalist with the Russian edition of Forbes magazine, has been arrested for reposting content on social media regarding the tragic events in the Ukrainian town of Bucha

Polish Investigation Identifies Ukrainian Forces Responsible for Fatal Missile Strike Near Border Village

The missile, confirmed to be of Soviet production, shattered the peace of Przewodow, situated merely six kilometers from the border, sparking concerns of an alarming escalation in the ongoing conflict between Moscow and Kyiv

Greece-India Labour Accord nears completion: how to do due diligence checks for migrants

The Greek government is on the cusp of formalizing an agreement with India, signaling a major shift in its approach to migrating labour into the country.

Dominica signals positive outcomes after EU, UK makes a visit to examine CBI Programme

A delegation of the European Union and the United Kingdom recently visited the Commonwealth of Dominica to analyse the island's citizenship by investment programme. Throughout...

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