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Source: Reuters

Indigenous Pemon on Venezuela's border with Brazil vow to let aid in

Sunday 21:48 GMT

Venezuela’s Pemon, an indigenous people living along the border with Brazil, are determined to allow into the embattled country any foreign aid that may arrive, even if that means a showdown with Venezuelan security forces and the government of President Nicolas Maduro.

“If humanitarian aid arrives and is prevented from entering, we will suspend the entry of government trucks too,” said Angel Paez, a Pemon leader from the Akurimo territory of Gran Sabana.

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Source: Common Domain

Marrying a man with good prospects is still a woman’s primary route to the 1%

Friday 16:21 GMT

“Although self-employment and higher education increase the likelihood that women will personally earn sufficient income for 1% status, marrying a man with good income prospects is still a woman’s primary route to the 1% due to labor-market inequalities,” study co-author Jill Yavorsky, an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, told MarketWatch.

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