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Poverty of aging Japanese population fueling ‘silver crime’ wave
Nearly one in four elderly Japanese convicts is reoffending and ending up back behind bars within two years of being released, according to new government figures.
Argentine groups demand food emergency law to fight poverty
In a country with the third largest economy in Latin America, over 11 million Argentine residents live in poverty.
Ticking timebomb of German poverty
Here's a thought: Suppose your income falls away because you get so sick that you can no longer work. Disability insurance was too expensive and disability pension was out of the question. Another case: The retirement age is reached, but the state pension is so low that you cannot survive on it and you have no private pension to fall back on.
Breaking the cycle of poverty in Nigeria
In Lagos, a social enterprise trains struggling women in slums to become financially independent micro entrepreneurs.
Million more UK children threatened with poverty
The UK government policy has created an austerity generation, threatening to send one million more children into poverty, a new report warned.
South African poverty debate must include black middle
October 17 marked the 25th anniversary of the declaration of the international day for the eradication of poverty by the UN General Assembly.
Poverty rate in US rising at same pace of population
As US communities face challenges with crime, education and hunger, a new study is putting these issues into perspective.
World Bank: 22% of Brazilians live under poverty line
The World Bank said that 22 percent of the Brazilians live under the poverty line, local media reported.
High growth, strong civil society must to end poverty
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said higher growth and a vibrant civil society are necessary to alleviate poverty.
High growth, strong civil society must to end poverty
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said higher growth and a vibrant civil society are necessary to alleviate poverty.
China eyes rural tourism for poverty alleviation
China wants to develop tourism in rural areas to help lift more people out of poverty as the government has identified poverty eradication as the key task in the building of a moderately prosperous society by 2020.
Poverty linked to children in care
The more deprived the area a child lives in, the greater their chances of being taken into care, with poverty and domestic abuse ‘key drivers’ of demand for child protection services.
Millions return to poverty in Brazil
When Leticia Miranda had a job selling newspapers on the streets, she earned about $160 a month, just enough to pay for a tiny apartment she shared with her 8-year-old son in a poor neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro.
Over a quarter of elderly at risk of poverty
More than a quarter of those aged 65 and over are at risk of poverty or social exclusion, the highest in a decade, fresh data showed.
China steps up war on poverty
Wang Qin, 59, collects scrap at a demolished residential district on the outskirts of Beijing, working 15 hours a day and struggling on her own to pay for her granddaughter's education.

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