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The Labour Standards Development Authority in Sharjah (LSDA) congratulated all workers and employers in the Emirate of Sharjah and the UAE in general on the occasion of the International Workers Day, celebrated on May first each year, wishing them health and safety, and for the whole world to overcome the pandemic as soon as possible.
Welcome to the twilight of late capitalism. The shutdown has now been ongoing, erratically and incompletely, for about six weeks in the United States. In the last five weeks, around 26 million people have lost their jobs.
US job growth slowed further in August as financial assistance from the government ran out, threatening the economy’s recovery from the COVID-19 recession.
If there is one quality that sparkles before the world, it is the UAE’s spirit of resilience in the face of challenges. The mere fact that Sharjah is going ahead with hosting a book fair
Imagine this scenario: It’s been weeks since Election Day, and in one state, it’s not clear which presidential candidate won. In an initial count, the Democrat won by roughly 100 votes.
The WHO has cautioned that leaders and nations should not give in to “pandemic fatigue” and lower their guards. This is very sound advice. Granted that people across the world, are weary of restrictions like social distancing,