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New York, Jumada II 9, 1435, Apr 9, 2014, SPA -- Medecins Sans Frontieres severely criticized the United Nations on Wednesday, saying its mission in South Sudan refused to improve conditions in a compound housing 21,000 displaced people before the upcoming rainy season, according to dpa.
Summary: An EU-funded project to improve conditions in women's prisons was launched Tuesday by head of the EU delegation to Lebanon, ambassador Angelina Eichhorst and Gen.
The researchers claim that intimidation, exhaustion and labour rights violations 'remain the norm' for thousands of Chinese iPhone workers, despite Apple redoubling efforts to improve conditions.
We are now engaging with the supplier to improve conditions in the factory," noted a spokesman for CAFOD, a British Catholic charity that benefits from the sale of the wristbands, which have been worn by thousands, including British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Military Training: Better Planning and Funding Priority Needed to Improve Conditions of Military Training Ranges, GAO-05-534, June 10, 2005
We told you about his mercy mission to Bottom Hospital in Malawi, about his team who were trying to improve conditions in the penniless clinic.
In reply, Nike, which has acknowledged its use of sweatshop labor in the past and is now trying to improve conditions at its plants, said it could reject any word it "simply [did] not want to place on our products.
The city is seeking to condemn the Terminal Market lease in order to implement the recommendations of the Bronx Center Plan issued last month and to improve conditions for the predominantly Latino merchants who remain at the market.