Almost 60,000 older drivers in Japan showed signs of dementia, according to a new report, underlining the country’s struggle to address the rising number of people living with the condition.
Nearly 60,000 Japanese drivers showed signs of dementia
Facebook, the world's largest social media company, struck agreements that allowed phone and other device makers access to vast amounts of its users’ personal information, according a report.
Facebook gave device makers access to data on users and friends: Report
The Ugandan government has imposed taxes on social media to raise money for the country and to avoid donor aid, a lawmaker told CNN.
People in Uganda have to pay tax to use social media
Claiming Social Security early may mean receiving income sooner in life, but also seeing less when you’re older and may need it more.
Claiming Social Security early could lead to poverty later in life
The professional ethos of law firms discourages men from taking parental leave, a new Finnish-Canadian study shows. Carried out by the University of Eastern Finland and TÉLUQ University in Quebec, the study found that the professional culture in law firms rests on traditional masculine ideology, with men regarded as the providers for their families.
Law firms do not encourage men to take parental leaves
Two out of five parents who went back to work after their baby died said no-one talked to them about their loss, a charity said.
Bereaved parents 'let down at work by lack of support'
Factory growth in Asia’s major manufacturing hubs showed signs of cooling last month as they braced for a rocky ride from rising global trade tensions, while the region’s key emerging markets grappled with accelerating inflation and a strong dollar.
Global trade friction puts Asian factories at risk
"More than half the world's children start their lives held back because they are a girl, because they are poor or because they are growing up in a warzone," the report said.
Half of world's children at risk of war, poverty, discrimination
Thousands of ‘pinball kids’ in the UK are being shifted around the care system and between schools, putting them at risk of being excluded, groomed and recruited into gangs, the children’s commissioner for England has said.
UK Children in care being 'pinged' around schools, homes

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