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Rocket blasts off with NASA satellite to track climate change Reuters

Rocket blasts off with NASA satellite to track climate change

Ukraine, rebels hold fresh peace talks as fighting rages in east Reuters

Ukraine, rebels hold fresh peace talks as fighting rages in east

Palestinians in Syria cut off from aid once more - U.N. Reuters

Palestinians in Syria cut off from aid once more - U.N.

Sri Lanka president appoints top judge as chief justice Reuters

Sri Lanka president appoints top judge as chief justice

Head of Chinese bank quits after reports he faces graft probe Reuters

Head of China Minsheng Bank resigns after reports he faces corruption investigation

Deadly clash in Philippines a setback to peace with Muslim rebels Reuters

Deadly clash in Philippines a setback to peace with Muslim rebels

UN support for Congo campaign against Rwanda rebels in doubt Reuters

EXCLUSIVE-UN support for Congo campaign against Rwanda rebels in doubt over abuses

Gates Foundation awards $50 mln to Stanford vaccine discovery Reuters

Gates Foundation awards $50 million to Stanford vaccine discovery

Pivotal time for trans people as rigid notion of gender challenged Maria Caspani

CORRECTED-Pivotal time for trans people as rigid notion of gender challenged

Nigeria's Buhari vows to end graft, insecurity, inequality Reuters

Nigeria's Buhari vows to end graft, insecurity, inequality

Africa looks to extend disaster insurance to Ebola-like epidemics Reuters

Africa looks to extend new disaster insurance to Ebola-like epidemics

Help to flood-hit Malawi falls far short of needs - UN Frank Phiri

Help to flood-hit Malawi falls far short of needs - UN

City heatwaves more frequent, cold spells on decline - study Magda Mis

City heatwaves more frequent, cold spells on decline - study

Record harvests, falling oil prices bring more affordable food Chris Arsenault

Record harvests, falling oil prices bring more affordable food

Ebola likely to persist in 2015 amid resistance to aid - Red Cross Reuters

Ebola likely to persist in 2015 as communities resist aid - Red Cross

China expels top police official from Communist Party Reuters

China expels top police official from Communist Party

Thai "confidence" in anti-trafficking record belied by statistics Reuters

Thai "confidence" in anti-trafficking record belied by statistics

IMF hopes for deal soon on debt forgiveness for Ebola countries Reuters

IMF hopes for deal soon on debt forgiveness for Ebola countries

US EPA chief hopes pope will spur concern on climate change Reuters

U.S. EPA chief hopes pope will spur concern on climate change

Indian police find hundreds of child slaves making bangles - media Nita Bhalla

Indian police find hundreds of child slaves making bangles - media

Thai vigilantes take up fight against human trafficking Reuters

Thai vigilantes take up fight against human trafficking

U.S. lawmakers introduce bill promoting LGBT rights worldwide Maria Caspani

U.S. lawmakers introduce bill promoting LGBT rights worldwide

US Congress questions plan to admit Syrian refugees Reuters

U.S. Congress questions plan to admit Syrian refugees

Palestinian political stalemate is stalling Gaza rebuilding - UN Reuters

Palestinian political stalemate is stalling Gaza rebuilding -U.N. envoy

Ex-supermodel Waris Dirie says FGM can end in her lifetime Emma Batha

Former supermodel Waris Dirie says FGM can end in her lifetime

Storms like US blizzard may get stronger but less frequent-study Reuters

Storms like U.S. blizzard may get stronger but less frequent - study

Poll finds gaping chasm in views between US public, scientists Reuters

Poll finds gaping chasm in views between U.S. public, scientists

FACTBOX-Under-reported conflicts in 2015 Alex Whiting

FACTBOX-Under-reported conflicts in 2015

INTERVIEW: Red Cross steps up aid to Syria under local truces Reuters

INTERVIEW: Red Cross steps up aid to Syria under local truces - senior official

Under-reported conflicts seen affecting millions in 2015 Alex Whiting

Under-reported conflicts seen affecting millions in 2015

Central African Republic rejects militia ceasefire deal Reuters

Central African Republic rejects militia ceasefire deal

Girlfriend of Israeli soldier Dor Nini mourns next to his grave REUTERS/Nir Elias

Sahar, the girlfriend of Israeli soldier Dor Nini mourns next to his fresh grave during his funeral in a cemetery at Shtulim village near Ashdod

Hopes of return muted in devastated Syrian Kurdish town Reuters

Hopes of return muted in devastated Syrian Kurdish town

For green, comfortable homes, Mali turns to mud Thomson Reuters Foundation

For green, comfortable homes, Mali turns to mud

Millions of small farmers benefit from new type of insurance Chris Arsenault

Millions of small farmers to benefit from new type of insurance - study

Medical aid group MSF says pulls out of parts of Sudan Reuters

Medical aid group MSF says pulls out of parts of Sudan

Malawi floods expose need to step up disaster prevention Karen Sanje

Malawi floods expose need to step up disaster prevention

Egypt, Syria and Iraq used 2014 turmoil to abuse human rights Reuters

Egypt, Syria, Iraq used 2014 turmoil to abuse rights - report

UNICEF makes record appeal to help 60 million children in crisis Magdalena Mis

UNICEF makes record appeal to help 60 million children in crisis

Weekly Ebola cases below 100, WHO says endgame begins Reuters

Weekly Ebola cases below 100, WHO says endgame begins

Sri Lanka's new government plans fresh war crimes probe Reuters

Sri Lanka's new government plans fresh war crimes probe

Build better roads in developing world to cut food waste - study Reuters

Build better roads in developing world to bolster food supplies -study

UK development agencies under fire for "wasteful" policies Katie Nguyen

UK development agencies under fire for "wasteful" policies

Rohingya refugees say traffickers in Malaysia abuse and kill Reuters

Rohingya refugees say traffickers in Malaysia abuse and kill

Devastating floods kill dozens, displace 170,000 in Malawi Chris Arsenault

Devastating floods kill dozens, displace 170,000 in Malawi

Nigerian farmers face eviction by foreign mega-plantation Chris Arsenault

Nigerian farmers face eviction by foreign mega-plantation

Doctor in first UK FGM trial says practice is abhorrent Emma Batha

Doctor in first UK FGM trial says practice is abhorrent

Syria says approves UN $2.9 bln humanitarian aid plan for 2015 Reuters

Syria says approves U.N. $2.9 bln humanitarian aid plan for 2015

Graffitis are pictured at Jaquari reservoir during drought, Brazil REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio

A graffiti of a water bottle that reads "water" and a graffiti of a dead fish are pictured in part of the Jaquari reservoir, during a drought in Vargem

Consent to sex not a "grey area" in English rape cases-prosecutor Kieran Guilbert

Consent to sex not a "grey area" in English rape cases - prosecutor

Amnesty calls for UN sanctions, war crimes probe in Libya Reuters

Amnesty calls for UN sanctions, war crimes probe in Libya

Madagascar seeks international aid after tropical storm kills 68 Reuters

Madagascar seeks international aid after tropical storm kills 68

Two soldiers, UN peacekeeper killed in Israel-Hezbollah violence Reuters

Two Israeli soldiers, U.N. peacekeeper killed in Israel-Hezbollah violence

Afghan president faces new hurdles as cabinet nominees rejected Reuters

Afghan president faces new hurdles as cabinet nominees rejected

Polio immunisation rate in Syria close to pre-war level Reuters

Polio immunisation rate in Syria close to pre-war level -WHO

World can live better and curb climate change, says UK govt Megan Rowling

World can live better and curb climate change, says UK government

Aquino to legislators: Persevere on Philippine Muslim peace plan Reuters

Philippines' Aquino urges legislators to persevere on Muslim peace plan

INTERVIEW-Asia needs cash, campaigns, law changes to end HIV - UN Thin Lei Win

INTERVIEW-Asia needs more cash, campaigns, law changes to end HIV epidemic - U.N.

Sudanese rebels take six Bulgarians captive - foreign ministry Reuters

Sudanese rebels take six Bulgarians captive - Bulgarian foreign ministry

Palestinian boy at protest against decision by UN aid agency, Gaza REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinian boy stands near burning tyres during protest against decision by main U.N. aid agency to suspend payments to Palestinians for repairs to homes damaged in last summer's war, outside headquarters of UN Special Coordinator in Gaza

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Rocket blasts off with NASA satellite to track climate change
Ukraine, rebels hold fresh peace talks as fighting rages in east
Palestinians in Syria cut off from aid once more - U.N.
Sri Lanka president appoints top judge as chief justice
Head of China Minsheng Bank resigns after reports he faces corruption investigation
Deadly clash in Philippines a setback to peace with Muslim rebels
EXCLUSIVE-UN support for Congo campaign against Rwanda rebels in doubt over abuses
Gates Foundation awards $50 million to Stanford vaccine discovery
CORRECTED-Pivotal time for trans people as rigid notion of gender challenged
Nigeria's Buhari vows to end graft, insecurity, inequality
Africa looks to extend new disaster insurance to Ebola-like epidemics
Help to flood-hit Malawi falls far short of needs - UN
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