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Malaysia says only one body per grave found at trafficking camps Reuters

Malaysia says only one body per grave found at trafficking camps

Britain's tied visa rules fuel abuse of live-in maids, nannies Katie Nguyen

Britain's tied visa rules fuel abuse of live-in maids, nannies

New laws mean Latin America's domestic workers fare better Anastasia Moloney

New laws mean Latin America's domestic workers fare better than most

Questions arise about banks' role in FIFA bribery case Reuters

Questions arise about banks' role in FIFA bribery case

Peru rejects bill to allow pregnant rape victims an abortion Anastasia Moloney

Peru lawmakers reject bill to allow pregnant rape victims an abortion

Saudi women defy driving ban and hit the road - in a videogame Kieran Guilbert

Saudi women defy driving ban and take to the roads - in a videogame

Finance to protect forests must meet local needs - experts Megan Rowling

Finance to protect forests must meet local needs - experts

Member of Colombian rebel peace team killed in aerial bombing Reuters

Member of Colombian rebel peace team killed in aerial bombing

Is fast fashion worth the cost to workers, environment, asks film Belinda Goldsmith

Is fast fashion worth the cost to workers, environment, asks film

Syrians lose hope in face of shocking carnage, devastation -UN Reuters

Syrians lose hope in face of shocking carnage, devastation -UN

South Sudan hunger at its worst since independence in 2011-experts Katy Migiro

South Sudan hunger at its worst since independence in 2011-experts

Yemen faces catastrophe without vital supplies - Red Cross Reuters

INTERVIEW-Yemen faces catastrophe without vital supplies - Red Cross

Number of starving worldwide drops below 800 mln - U.N. Chris Arsenault

Number of starving worldwide drops below 800 mln - U.N.

Desperate migrant pays for baby to be drugged, smuggled to Myanmar Alisa Tang

Desperate migrant pays for baby to be drugged, smuggled to Myanmar - researchers

Woman accused of witchcraft axed to death in PNG - missionary Alisa Tang

Woman accused of witchcraft axed to death in PNG - missionary

India doctors' leave cancelled as heat wave kills 1,100 Reuters

India doctors' leave cancelled as heat wave kills 1,100

Air strikes kill at least 80 in deadliest bombings of Yemen war Reuters

Air strikes kill at least 80 in deadliest bombings of Yemen war

Over 2,500 migrants still adrift, UN says ahead of SE Asia meeting Reuters

Over 2,500 migrants still adrift, UN says ahead of SE Asia meeting

Niger says arrested over 600 people for Boko Haram links since Feb Reuters

Niger says arrested more than 600 people for Boko Haram links since February

Iraq rebrands military campaign over fears of sectarianism Reuters

Iraq rebrands military campaign against Islamic State over fears of sectarianism

Malaysia detains 12 police in people-smuggling camps probe Reuters

Malaysia detains 12 police in people-smuggling camps probe

Flattened by erratic rain, Pakistani farmers ditch crop farming Saleem Shaikh and Sughra Tunio

Flattened by erratic rain, Pakistani farmers ditch crop farming

Hundreds rally in Myanmar over "boat people" crisis Reuters

Hundreds rally in Myanmar over "boat people" crisis

Israel, Palestinians pull back after Gaza exchange of fire Reuters

Israel, Palestinians pull back after Gaza exchange of fire

Shareholders press for board voice on climate at Exxon, Chevron Reuters

Shareholders press for board voice on climate at Exxon, Chevron

Deal to phase out rich-world coal export subsidies elusive Reuters

Deal to phase out rich-world coal export subsidies elusive

Irish gay marriage vote "defeat for humanity" - Vatican official Reuters

Irish gay marriage vote "defeat for humanity", Vatican official says

Spain's Valencia CF kicks into UN campaign for women's rights Maria Caspani

Spanish football club Valencia kicks into U.N. campaign for women's equality

Zanzibar police beef up fight against sexual, physical abuse Kizito Makoye

Zanzibar police beef up fight against sexual, physical abuse of women

Amnesty International: Hamas committed war crimes in Gaza Reuters

Amnesty International: Hamas committed war crimes against Gaza civilians

World soccer rocked by U.S., Swiss arrests of officials for ... Reuters

World soccer rocked by U.S., Swiss arrests of officials for graft

Desperate Kenyan maids abused in Middle East despite ban Katy Migiro

Desperate Kenyan maids abused in Middle East despite ban

FEATURE-Singapore's foreign maids exploited by agents, employers Astrid Zweynert

FEATURE-Singapore's foreign maids exploited by agents, employers

Before Myanmar seized migrant boat, Rohingya whisked away Reuters

EXCLUSIVE-Before Myanmar seized migrant boat, Rohingya whisked away

C. African Republic needs more money to end "massive displacement" Maria Caspani

C. African Republic needs more money to end "massive displacement" - aid group

Former Petrobras executive sentenced to five years jail Reuters

Former Petrobras executive sentenced to five years jail

Fear silences human trafficking victims - Mexico prosecutor Anastasia Moloney

Fear silences human trafficking victims - Mexico prosecutor

El Nino to bring drought to Brazil's north, heavy rains to south Reuters

El Nino seen bringing drought to Brazil's north, heavy rains to south

UNHCR slashes Burundi refugee figure from earlier "guesstimate" Reuters

UNHCR slashes Burundi refugee figure from earlier "guesstimate"

Failed migrants return home to Senegal after Libya ordeal Reuters

Failed migrants return home to Senegal after Libya ordeal

Only new refugees to benefit from EU quotas in migrant crisis Reuters

Only new refugees to benefit from EU quotas in migrant crisis - draft

SE Asia must help farmers adapt to mounting disasters - Oxfam Alisa Tang

SE Asia must help farmers adapt in face of mounting disasters - Oxfam

East African leaders to hold summit on Burundi violence Reuters

East African leaders to hold summit on Burundi violence

Modi urges farmers to boost output, skirts issue of rural distress Reuters

India's Modi urges farmers to boost output, skirts issue of rural distress

World has no choice but to decarbonise - UN climate chief Megan Rowling

World has no choice but to decarbonise - UN climate chief

Video appears to show foreign fighters in Nigeria's Boko Haram Reuters

EXCLUSIVE-Captured video appears to show foreign fighters in Nigeria's Boko Haram

Charities unsure Modi's first year brought "good days" for India Nita Bhalla

Charities unsure Modi's first year brought "good days" for India

Ebola set to persist in 2015, but funds for aid are lacking -WHO Reuters

Ebola set to persist in 2015, but funds for aid are lacking -WHO

Fighting hits planting near South Sudan's Leer, ICRC resumes aid Alex Whiting

Fighting hits planting near South Sudan's Leer town, ICRC resumes aid

U.N. agency urges truce in Syria fighting during harvesting Thomson Reuters Foundation

U.N. agency urges truce in Syria fighting during harvesting

Iraq Shi'ite militia lead campaign to reverse Islamic State gains Reuters

Iraq Shi'ite militia take lead in campaign to reverse Islamic State gains

Nepal moves to protect children from traffickers after quake Reuters

Nepal moves to protect children from traffickers after quake

Global schemes to price emissions worth almost $50 bln: World Bank Reuters

Global schemes to price CO2 emissions worth almost $50 bln – World Bank

In Malaysian trafficking camp, evidence of abuse and fear Reuters

In Malaysian trafficking camp, evidence of abuse and fear

Netanyahu offers to resume peace talks with settlement focus Reuters

Netanyahu offers to resume peace talks with settlement focus, official says

African leaders to hold summit on Burundi as violence continues Reuters

African leaders to hold summit on Burundi as violence continues

Fabius hopes Paris climate talks can reverse Copenhagen failure Reuters

INTERVIEW-Fabius hopes Paris climate talks can reverse Copenhagen failure

World's least-polluting nations aim to set Paris climate bar high Megan Rowling

World's least-polluting nations aim to set Paris climate bar high

Somali militants attack Kenyan police, at least one dead Reuters

Somali militants attack Kenyan police, at least one dead

Zimbabweans go hungry as drought hammers southern Africa Reuters

Zimbabweans go hungry as drought hammers southern Africa

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Malaysia says only one body per grave found at trafficking camps
Britain's tied visa rules fuel abuse of live-in maids, nannies
New laws mean Latin America's domestic workers fare better than most
Questions arise about banks' role in FIFA bribery case
Peru lawmakers reject bill to allow pregnant rape victims an abortion
Saudi women defy driving ban and take to the roads - in a videogame
Finance to protect forests must meet local needs - experts
Member of Colombian rebel peace team killed in aerial bombing
Is fast fashion worth the cost to workers, environment, asks film
Syrians lose hope in face of shocking carnage, devastation -UN
South Sudan hunger at its worst since independence in 2011-experts
INTERVIEW-Yemen faces catastrophe without vital supplies - Red Cross
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