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U.N. Secretary-General Warns World Is in Peril
The opening day of the U.N. General Assembly began with a dire warning from U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres.
Workers in Ukraine are under attack from a second front: a new regime of laws attacking labor rights and working conditions has made it's way through the Ukrainian Parliament.
This letter is the alarm bell, sounding from: