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'Brexit' would 'threaten jobs', warn UK business leaders
'Brexit' would 'threaten jobs', warn UK business leaders

The bosses of more than a third of Britain's top companies urged voters to keep the country in the European Union.

'Brexit' would 'threaten jobs', warn UK business leaders
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IOC introduces reforms: from diminishing costs to anti-sexual discrimination

The IOC introduced reforms for the next Olympics Games. Kazakhstan is bidding to host the 2022 Olympics so it can be affected as well.

IOC introduces reforms: from diminishing costs to anti-sexual discrimination
Hungarians march to celebrate 'Roma Pride'
Hungarians march to celebrate 'Roma Pride'

Hundreds of Hungarians took part in a "Roma Pride" march in Budapest to celebrate the country's largest ethnic minority, a community scarred by widespread prejudice.

Hungarians march to celebrate 'Roma Pride'
Women accuse FIFA of discrimination over turf in Canada
Women accuse FIFA of discrimination over turf in Canada

Dozens of the world's top female soccer players are suing governing body FIFA for discrimination over plans to stage matches at next year's Women's World Cup.

Women accuse FIFA of discrimination over turf in Canada
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Jewish community 'forced out' of Guatemalan village

A community of 230 Orthodox Jews began leaving the Guatemalan Indian village where they have lived for six years after claims of discrimination.

Jewish community 'forced out' of Guatemalan village
'I'm not anti-Semite,' French footballer Anelka says amid row
'I'm not anti-Semite,' French footballer Anelka says amid row

French footballer Nicolas Anelka on Sunday strongly defended a controversial gesture he made during a weekend match, saying "I am neither anti-Semite nor racist", even as British football authorities mulled possible punishment.

'I'm not anti-Semite,' French footballer Anelka says amid row
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Nicaragua sex workers open office to defend rights

Nicaraguan sex workers have for the first time set up an office to assist in protection from abuse, violence and discrimination.

Nicaragua sex workers open office to defend rights
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Australian PM launches discrimination inquiry

Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick will oversee a national survey to assess the prevalence, nature and consequences of discrimination relating.

Australian PM launches discrimination inquiry
Official representative of Kazakhstan Minister of Labor and Social Protection Yernur Burakhan. Photo courtesy of flickr.com
Kazakhstan companies checked for labor discrimination

Disproportion of salaries of local and foreign employees was discovered in over 50 companies in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan companies checked for labor discrimination
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Asiana flight attendants win fight to wear trousers

Female flight attendants with South Korea's Asiana Airlines on Tuesday won a long-running battle to overturn a skirts-only dress code after the national human rights commission ruled it discriminatory.

Asiana flight attendants win fight to wear trousers
Queen to sign rights charter: palace
Queen to sign rights charter: palace

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II was on Monday to sign a charter calling for an end to discrimination across the 54 Commonwealth nations.

Queen to sign rights charter: palace
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Biden marches with US civil rights leaders in Alabama

Vice President Joe Biden marched with black civil rights leaders Sunday in Selma, Alabama to commemorate the "Bloody Sunday" beating of voting rights marchers 48 years ago.

Biden marches with US civil rights leaders in Alabama
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Beijing restaurant removes 'racist' sign after fury

A defiant Beijing restaurant manager refused to apologise Thursday despite removing a "racist" sign barring citizens of states in maritime disputes with China, along with dogs, following an international outcry.

Beijing restaurant removes 'racist' sign after fury
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France tops US in women on corporate boards: study

France has overtaken the United States in placing women on the boards of the world's 200 largest companies.

France tops US in women on corporate boards: study
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'Irresistible' Iowa woman fired for being too sexy

An "irresistible" Iowa dental assistant fired for threatening her boss's marriage -- even though she turned away his advances -- has lost her discrimination lawsuit.

'Irresistible' Iowa woman fired for being too sexy
Roma plight one of Romania's major challenges: ambassador
Roma plight one of Romania's major challenges: ambassador

Discrimination against the Roma is one of the biggest challenges facing Romania, the outgoing US ambassador has told AFP, comparing their plight to that of blacks in the American deep south of his childhood.

Roma plight one of Romania's major challenges: ambassador
Brazil eyeing public service quotas for blacks
Brazil eyeing public service quotas for blacks

President Dilma Rousseff wants to introduce public service quotas for black Brazilians as a way to repay a historic debt for centuries of slavery and discrimination.

Brazil eyeing public service quotas for blacks
EU chief urges Bosnia to abolish political discrimination
EU chief urges Bosnia to abolish political discrimination

EU president Herman Van Rompuy urged Bosnian leaders on Sunday to undertake reforms needed for the country's approach to the bloc, notably those abolishing political discrimination of Romas and Jews.

EU chief urges Bosnia to abolish political discrimination
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Foreign employees of several Astana companies earned much more than Kazakhstan personnel

Astana Prosecutor’s office discovered the facts of discrimination of Kazakhstan personnel in several companies in terms of the salaries compared to the foreign employees.

Foreign employees of several Astana companies earned much more than Kazakhstan personnel

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