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LEBANON-CRISIS/BRAIN DRAIN
RTX7KX38
July 21, 2020
A woman wearing a face mask embraces a man before she heads to board a plane at Beirut International...
Beirut, Lebanon
A woman wearing a face mask embraces a man before she heads to board a plane at Beirut International...
A woman wearing a face mask embraces a man before she heads to board a plane at Beirut International airport, Lebanon July 17, 2020. Picture taken July 17, 2020. REUTERS/Aziz Taher
LEBANON-CRISIS/BRAIN DRAIN
RTX7KX0X
July 21, 2020
Charlotte Karam, gestures during an interview with Reuters, at American University of Beirut (AUB), in...
Beirut, Lebanon
Charlotte Karam, gestures during an interview with Reuters, at American University of Beirut (AUB), in...
Charlotte Karam, gestures during an interview with Reuters, at American University of Beirut (AUB), in Beirut, Lebanon July 17, 2020. Picture taken July 17, 2020. REUTERS/Aziz Taher
LEBANON-CRISIS/BRAIN DRAIN
RTX7KX0W
July 21, 2020
Charlotte Karam, associate professor at the American University of Beirut is pictured at American University...
Beirut, Lebanon
Charlotte Karam, associate professor at the American University of Beirut is pictured at American University...
Charlotte Karam, associate professor at the American University of Beirut is pictured at American University of Beirut (AUB), in Beirut, Lebanon July 17, 2020. Picture taken July 17, 2020. REUTERS/Aziz Taher
LEBANON-CRISIS/BRAIN DRAIN
RTX7KX0V
July 21, 2020
People push trollies, as they head to board a plane at Beirut International airport, Lebanon July 17,...
Beirut, Lebanon
People push trollies, as they head to board a plane at Beirut International airport
People push trollies, as they head to board a plane at Beirut International airport, Lebanon July 17, 2020. Picture taken July 17, 2020. REUTERS/Aziz Taher
LEBANON-CRISIS/BRAIN DRAIN
RTX7KX0O
July 21, 2020
Charlotte Karam, associate professor at the American University of Beirut is pictured at American University...
Beirut, Lebanon
Charlotte Karam, associate professor at the American University of Beirut is pictured at American University...
Charlotte Karam, associate professor at the American University of Beirut is pictured at American University of Beirut (AUB), in Beirut, Lebanon July 17, 2020. Picture taken July 17, 2020. REUTERS/Aziz Taher
BRITAIN-LONDON/BANKING C
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January 26, 2016
BRITAIN-LONDON/BANKING - Graphic showing how London's sky-high rents put the City at risk of financial...
BRITAIN-LONDON/BANKING C
BRITAIN-LONDON/BANKING - Graphic showing how London's sky-high rents put the City at risk of financial brain drain. (SIN06)
RUSSIA-INVESTMENT/
RTR4P8IK
February 12, 2015
People walk past the windows of business premises put up for rent in Moscow, February 11, 2015. With...
Moscow, Russia
People walk past the windows of business premises put up for rent in Moscow
People walk past the windows of business premises put up for rent in Moscow, February 11, 2015. With Russia battered by international sanctions and weak oil prices, an accelerating capital flight is turning into a brain drain of entrepreneurs that threatens to hurt the economy's long term health. Immigration lawyers, estate agents and bankers in Europe are reporting a jump in interest from middle class business owners planning to move their ventures and families outside Russia. Picture taken February 11, 2015. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
RUSSIA-INVESTMENT/
RTR4P8II
February 12, 2015
A man walks past business premises put up for rent in Moscow, February 11, 2015. With Russia battered...
Moscow, Russia
A man walks past business premises put up for rent in Moscow
A man walks past business premises put up for rent in Moscow, February 11, 2015. With Russia battered by international sanctions and weak oil prices, an accelerating capital flight is turning into a brain drain of entrepreneurs that threatens to hurt the economy's long term health. Immigration lawyers, estate agents and bankers in Europe are reporting a jump in interest from middle class business owners planning to move their ventures and families outside Russia. Picture taken February 11, 2015. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
RUSSIA-INVESTMENT/
RTR4P8I8
February 12, 2015
A woman walks past a man, holding a sign asking for money to get home to the city of Orenburg or to buy...
Moscow, Russia
A woman walks past a man, holding a sign asking for money outside business premises put up for rent in...
A woman walks past a man, holding a sign asking for money to get home to the city of Orenburg or to buy food, outside business premises put up for rent in Moscow, February 11, 2015. With Russia battered by international sanctions and weak oil prices, an accelerating capital flight is turning into a brain drain of entrepreneurs that threatens to hurt the economy's long term health. Immigration lawyers, estate agents and bankers in Europe are reporting a jump in interest from middle class business owners planning to move their ventures and families outside Russia. Picture taken February 11, 2015. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTX10PNW
June 16, 2013
People carry a banner and balloons during a protest against austerity measures of EU in Barcelona June...
Barcelona, Spain
People carry a banner and balloons during a protest against austerity measures of EU in Barcelona
People carry a banner and balloons during a protest against austerity measures of EU in Barcelona June 16, 2013. Words on banner reads, "Brain Drain". REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
ALGERIA/
RTR29STC
February 03, 2010
A medical staff holds a sign while riot police stand guard during a strike at University Hospital Mustapha...
Algiers, Algeria
A medical staff holds a sign while riot police stand guard during a strike at University Hospital Mustapha...
A medical staff holds a sign while riot police stand guard during a strike at University Hospital Mustapha Bacha in Algiers February 3, 2010 .The medical staff staged the protest to demand for better terms of employment. Their leaders said they planned to march towards the presidential administration, but police, acting on the basis of a law banning protest marches in Algeria, prevented them from leaving the grounds of the hospital. The placard reads, "all exports excluding hydrocarbons = public health sector specialist doctors", referring to a brain drain. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RTR296AZ
October 01, 2008
HEALTH-BRAINDRAIN/ - Map of the world locating regions worst affected by the global brain drain of health...
HEALTH-BRAINDRAIN/ T
HEALTH-BRAINDRAIN/ - Map of the world locating regions worst affected by the global brain drain of health workers from developing nations, with chart detailing poll findings on their motivations for moving to the West in selected African nations. Accompanies Reuters feature HEALTH-BRAINDRAIN/. RNGS. (SIN05)
TAIWAN-ECONOMY/JOBS
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March 16, 2008
A man looks out of a window at an office building in Taipei March 7, 2008. Managers are finding it tough...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match feature TAIWAN-ECONOMY/JOBS
A man looks out of a window at an office building in Taipei March 7, 2008. Managers are finding it tough to get the right talent as Taiwan suffers from a brain drain to other more global economies, such as the United States, Hong Kong and China, where job prospects are better and pay packages are more attractive. Picture taken March 7, 2008. To match feature TAIWAN-ECONOMY/JOBS. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
AFRICA NGOS BRAINDRAIN
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October 08, 2005
Private Philip Dee conducts an English class at St. Mary's High School, Bushrod island, Monrovia October...
Bushrod Island, Liberia
To accompany feature Africa NGOS Braindrain
Private Philip Dee conducts an English class at St. Mary's High School, Bushrod island, Monrovia October 8, 2005. Fat salaries offered by international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and United Nations agencies have drained the West African country's public sector of skilled health and education professionals, leaving thousands of patients without care and students without teachers. The "brain drain" complicates the task of rebuilding once-prosperous Liberia after 14 years of an on-off civil war that ended with a peace deal in 2003. Picture taken October 8, 2005. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE AFRICA NGOS BRAINDRAIN REUTERS/Tim A Hetherington
AFRICA NGOS BRAINDRAIN
RTR19E2Z
October 08, 2005
Private Philip Dee conducts an English class at St. Mary's High School, Bushrod island, Monrovia October...
Bushrod Island, Liberia
To accompany feature Africa NGOS Braindrain
Private Philip Dee conducts an English class at St. Mary's High School, Bushrod island, Monrovia October 8, 2005. Fat salaries offered by international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and United Nations agencies have drained the West African country's public sector of skilled health and education professionals, leaving thousands of patients without care and students without teachers. The "brain drain" complicates the task of rebuilding once-prosperous Liberia after 14 years of an on-off civil war that ended with a peace deal in 2003. Picture taken October 8, 2005. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE AFRICA NGOS BRAINDRAIN REUTERS/Tim A Hetherington
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