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Peruvian women haunted by forced sterilisation seek state apology Anastasia Moloney

Peruvian women haunted by forced sterilisation seek state apology

External review to probe how U.N. handled abuse charges in Africa Reuters

External review to probe how U.N. handled abuse charges in Africa

El Nino to cut Africa, E Asia harvests, scientists say Chris Arsenault

El Nino to disrupt rains, cut Africa, E Asia harvests, scientists say

Burundi says considers delaying elections amid prolonged protests Reuters

Burundi says considers delaying elections amid prolonged protests

Nigeria to step up military role in Boko Haram fight - ... Reuters

Nigeria to step up military role in Boko Haram fight - Buhari

Honduras president: firms linked to graft helped fund campaign Reuters

Honduras president: firms linked to graft scandal helped fund my campaign

Hurricane Blanca grows off Mexico coast Reuters

Hurricane Blanca grows off Mexico coast, headed for tourist hub

INTERVIEW:Transgender boxing promoter in biggest fight of her life Kieran Guilbert

INTERVIEW: Transgender boxing promoter in biggest fight of her life

Ukraine forces, separatists fight first serious battles in months Reuters

Ukraine forces, separatists fight first serious battles in months

Gates Foundation to double spending on hunger to $776 million Joseph D'Urso

Gates Foundation to double spending on hunger to $776 million over 6 years

Islamic State militants use water as weapon in western Iraq Reuters

Islamic State militants use water as weapon in western Iraq

Libyan unity talks resume as UN warns that time is running out Reuters

Libyan unity talks resume as UN warns that time is running out

Kashmir battles to restore mobile services after militant attacks Reuters

Kashmir battles to restore mobile services after militant attacks

Air strikes kill 20 Houthi fighters in Yemen's Aden -militia Reuters

Air strikes kill 20 Houthi fighters in Yemen's Aden -militia

India launches "Lost and Found" website to find missing children Nita Bhalla

India launches "Lost and Found" website to find missing children

Thai army general denies human trafficking charges - police Reuters

Thai army general denies human trafficking charges - police

Syrian troops battle to repel Islamic State attack on city Reuters

Syrian troops battle to repel Islamic State attack on city

FBI to investigate Russia, Qatar World Cup bids Reuters

FBI to investigate Russia, Qatar World Cup bids

Pulp and paper giant stops cutting Indonesia's rainforests Reuters

Pulp and paper giant stops cutting Indonesia's rainforests

Toting panels on donkeys, Maasai women lead a solar revolution Leopold Obi

Toting panels on donkeys, Maasai women lead a solar revolution

Rich states can't meet 2020 climate aid goal alone - researchers Megan Rowling

Rich states can't meet 2020 climate aid goal alone - researchers

For green activists, Arctic drilling could be the next big thing Reuters

INSIGHT-For green activists, Arctic drilling could be the next big thing

Myanmar lands 700 migrants, US says Rohingya should be citizens Reuters

Myanmar lands 700 migrants, U.S. says Rohingya should be citizens

Logging companies plundering Congo's rainforest - report Reuters

Logging companies plundering Congo's rainforest - report

Top aide to Guatemala president steps down amid corruption row Reuters

Top aide to Guatemala president steps down amid corruption row

Modi's income insurance idea may not win over angry Indian farmers Reuters

Modi's income insurance idea may not win over angry Indian farmers

Rohingya huddled in Bangladesh camps fear plan to move them on Reuters

Rohingya huddled in Bangladesh camps fear plan to move them on

Morocco expels two French women after topless gay rights protest Reuters

Morocco expels two French women after topless gay rights protest

Palestinian NGO denies Hamas ties, threatens Israel with lawsuit Reuters

Palestinian NGO denies Hamas ties, threatens Israel with lawsuit

"Radical transition" needed to curb climate change: study Reuters

"Radical transition" of economy needed to curb climate change - study

Global CO2 pricing not seen to be big part of Paris climate deal Reuters

Global CO2 pricing seen unlikely to be big part of Paris climate deal

Syrian insurgent advances put Assad under pressure Reuters

Syrian insurgent advances put Assad under pressure

Scottish leader, unlike UK government, welcomes EU refugee plan Joseph D'Urso

Scottish leader, unlike UK government, welcomes EU refugee plan

Bomb blast hits market in Nigeria's Maiduguri, 50 killed -... Reuters

Bomb blast hits market in Nigeria's Maiduguri, 50 killed -medics

Sudan's Bashir says wants dialogue with West as new term starts Reuters

Sudan's Bashir says wants dialogue with West as new term starts

Indian acid producers responsible for "vile" attacks on women Nita Bhalla

Indian acid producers responsible for "vile" attacks - women's leader

India blames climate change for deadly heatwave, weak monsoon Reuters

India minister blames climate change for deadly heatwave, weak monsoon

Migrants' working conditions at Thai tuna factories improve Alisa Tang

Migrants' working conditions at Thai tuna factories improve - activists

South Sudan says won't reverse move to expel U.N. official Reuters

South Sudan says won't reverse move to expel U.N. official

"Brutal, grotesque" violence overshadows progress on LGBT equality Kieran Guilbert

"Brutal, grotesque" violence overshadows progress on LGBT equality - UN

Myanmar escorting boat crammed with migrants to 'safe' area Reuters

Myanmar escorting boat crammed with migrants to 'safe' area

Niger meningitis epidemic has peaked, 545 dead - WHO says Reuters

Niger meningitis epidemic has peaked, 545 dead - WHO says

Teen and transgender dad find their way to U.S. family TV Reuters

FEATURE-Teen and transgender dad find their way to U.S. family TV

Wanted Thai general turns himself in on human trafficking charges Reuters

Wanted Thai general turns himself in on human trafficking charges

Zimbabwe 'solar pirates' create own jobs with laptop, solar panel Jeffrey Gogo

Zimbabwe's 'solar pirates' create own jobs with laptop, solar panel

Tanzanian politicians warned off witch craft ahead of election Kizito Makoye

Tanzanian politicians warned off witch craft ahead of election

Militants kill nine Afghan aid workers in night time attack Reuters

Militants kill nine Afghan aid workers in night time attack

Child abuse costs E Asia, Pacific $209 bn a year - U.N. report Alex Whiting

Child abuse costs E Asia, Pacific $209 billion a year - U.N. report

Corporations deprive Africa of $11 billion yearly in taxes - Oxfam Stella Dawson

Corporations deprive Africa of $11 billion yearly in taxes - Oxfam

Who's more corrupt: politicians, police or local bureaucrats? Stella Dawson

Global poll asks are politicians more corrupt than police, local bureaucrats?

Ebola threat to Guinea Bissau rises as border zone heats up Reuters

Ebola threat to Guinea Bissau rises as border zone heats up

Apollo plan on cheaper green energy seeks global backing Reuters

Apollo plan on cheaper green energy seeks global backing

Obama says Myanmar needs to end Rohingya discrimination to succed Reuters

Obama says Myanmar needs to end discrimination of Rohingya to succeed

Indian state eases compensation rules for heat wave deaths Reuters

Indian state eases compensation rules for heat wave deaths

Israel says U.N. grants Hamas-linked group NGO status Reuters

Israel says U.N. grants Hamas-linked group NGO status

Thai general suspended after warrant issued for human trafficking Reuters

Thai general suspended after warrant issued for human trafficking

New global development goals must address modern slavery-Satyarthi Nita Bhalla

INTERVIEW -New global development goals must address modern slavery - Satyarthi

Nepal urges Qatar to end controversial migrant sponsorship scheme Gopal Sharma

Nepal urges Qatar to end controversial migrant sponsorship scheme

Migrant children face labour, sex exploitation in Italy Tom Esslemont

EXCLUSIVE-Migrant children fleeing poverty face labour, sex exploitation in Italy

France suggests world leaders at start, not end, of climate summit Reuters

France suggests world leaders at start, not end, of climate summit

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Peruvian women haunted by forced sterilisation seek state apology
External review to probe how U.N. handled abuse charges in Africa
El Nino to disrupt rains, cut Africa, E Asia harvests, scientists say
Burundi says considers delaying elections amid prolonged protests
Nigeria to step up military role in Boko Haram fight - Buhari
Honduras president: firms linked to graft scandal helped fund my campaign
Hurricane Blanca grows off Mexico coast, headed for tourist hub
INTERVIEW: Transgender boxing promoter in biggest fight of her life
Ukraine forces, separatists fight first serious battles in months
Gates Foundation to double spending on hunger to $776 million over 6 years
Islamic State militants use water as weapon in western Iraq
Libyan unity talks resume as UN warns that time is running out
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