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Thousands flee gun battle as Chad withdraw from CAR Reuters

Thousands flee gun battle as Chad withdraw from C.African Republic

Rise in online blackmail of Saudi women Maria Caspani

More women victims of online blackmail in Saudi Arabia – official

U.N. seeks to locate followers of slain Congo warlord Reuters

U.N. seeks to locate followers of slain Congo warlord

UN Security Council members see graphic photos of Syria dead Reuters

U.N. Security Council members view graphic photos of Syria dead

Nigeria rebels abduct schoolgirls Reuters

Nigeria rebels abduct schoolgirls, govt says will protect "African Davos"

Indian social entrepreneurs spell out wishlist for new govt Nita Bhalla

Indian social entrepreneurs spell out wishlist for new government

Communities question UK drive to prosecute FGM - UN expert Katie Nguyen

Communities question UK drive to prosecute FGM - UN expert

France arrests former Egyptian FinMin on Interpol warrant Reuters

France arrests former Egyptian finance minister on Interpol warrant

UK oil, gas, mining agrees high transparency standards Luke Balleny

UK oil, gas, mining industry agrees high transparency standards

Suspected Qaeda militants kill deputy governor in Yemen Reuters

Suspected Qaeda militants kill deputy governor in central Yemen

Governments urged to stop killings of environment defenders Megan Rowling

Governments urged to stop rising killings of environment defenders

Guinea says few new Ebola cases Reuters

Guinea says few new Ebola cases, outbreak nearly under control

Unsafe abortion toll nearly 50,000 a year, “intolerable”-NGO Lisa Anderson

Unsafe abortion kills nearly 50,000 a year, “intolerable” toll-NGO

Most climate models show El Nino's return within months: WMO Reuters

Most climate models show El Nino's return within months, UN says

Trial of Ugandan nurse accused of spreading HIV 'witch hunt' Katie Nguyen

Trial of Ugandan nurse accused of spreading HIV is 'witch hunt' -NGO

Indian voters lured by cash handouts, drugs, bootleg liquor Reuters

Indian voters lured by cash handouts, drugs, bootleg liquor

Indian top court recognises transgenders in landmark ruling Nita Bhalla

Indian top court recognises transgenders in landmark ruling

Rebels to Philippine army: use caution to uphold peace deal Reuters

Muslim rebels to Philippine military:exercise caution to uphold peace deal

Amid construction boom, Myanmar builds disaster resilience Amantha Perera

Amid construction boom, Myanmar starts to build disaster resilience

U.N. warns Nepal against amnesty for civil war crimes Reuters

U.N. warns Nepal against amnesty for civil war crimes

Child is evacuating a building damaged by a quake, Nicaragua REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

Child living in building damaged by previous earthquake in 1972 prepares to evacuate the building after Daniel Ortega's government declared it unsafe, after a recent earthquake shook Managua,

China set to elevate environment over development in new law Reuters

China set to elevate environment over development in new law

Malta legalises gay partnerships and adoption Reuters

Malta legalises gay partnerships and adoption

US court finds conflict minerals rule violates free speech Sarah N. Lynch and Lawrence Hurley

US court finds conflict minerals rule violates corporations' free speech rights

Congo militia chief "Morgan" killed in army firefight -gov't Reuters

Congo militia chief "Morgan" killed in army firefight - gov't

Sierra Leone charges 14 soldiers with mutiny Reuters

Sierra Leone charges 14 soldiers with mutiny

Austria investigates Ukrainians for money-laundering Reuters

Austria investigates Ukrainians for money-laundering

Solar lanterns replace kerosene lamps in Indian urban slums Nita Bhalla

Solar lanterns replace kerosene lamps in Indian urban slums

Indian, African social enterprises must share more new ideas Nita Bhalla

Indian, African social enterprises need to share more new services, products

City growth by almost 2 Manhattans a day said key to climate Alister Doyle

City growth by almost 2 Manhattans a day said key to climate-UN

Nigeria bus station bombing kills 71 on edge of capital Reuters

Nigeria bus station bombing kills 71 on edge of capital

Egypt bans too-cold air conditioners amid energy crunch Reuters

Egypt battles energy crunch with ban on too-cold air conditioners

Climate change mitigation must benefit the poor: aid experts Megan Rowling

Climate change mitigation must benefit the poor, aid experts say

'Intelligent' power rationing eases Indian irrigation woes Manipadma Jena

'Intelligent' power rationing eases Indian state's irrigation woes

GSK faces criminal bribery investigation in Poland Reuters

GSK faces criminal bribery investigation in Poland

Libya starts trial of ex-Gaddafi officials, sons absent Reuters

Libya starts trial of ex-Gaddafi officials, sons absent

Syria opposition claims has evidence of chlorine gas attack Reuters

Syria opposition claims has evidence of chlorine gas attack

Fresh quake hits Nicaragua, damaging some buildings Reuters

Fresh quake hits Nicaragua, damaging some buildings

Guinea-Bissau counts votes after big turnout in crucial poll Reuters

Guinea-Bissau counts votes after big turnout in crucial poll

Disaster reduction: stop "rearranging deckchairs on Titanic" Stella Dawson

New disaster risk reduction strategies needed rather than “rearranging deckchairs on Titanic” - experts

Step up action to curb global warming, or risks rise - UN Reuters

Step up action to curb global warming, or risks rise - UN

A man stands at a site hit by what is said an attack, Syria REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh

A man stands on rubble and he looks up at a site hit by what activists said was a warplanes attack by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Syria

World Bank seeks to bridge differences over healthcare Stella Dawson

World Bank seeks to bridge differences over best way to improve healthcare

More than "business as usual" needed to improve sanitation Stella Dawson

"Business as usual" not enough in world's efforts to improve sanitation

UK to ramp up fight against offshore tax evasion Reuters

UK to ramp up fight against offshore tax evasion

Equal pay bill stalled in U.S. Senate Maria Caspani

Despite Obama’s efforts, equal pay bill stalled in U.S. Senate

Domestic abuse and poverty drive kids into Bangkok streets Thin Lei Win

Domestic violence, abuse and poverty driving children into streets of Bangkok

Nigeria FM blasts illicit finance,eyes it to fund healthcare Stella Dawson

Nigeria Finance Minister blasts illicit finance, eyes it to fund healthcare

IMF, World Bank urge finance ministers to act on climate Reuters

IMF, World Bank leaders engage finance ministers to tackle climate change

Militias in CAR block Muslims exit to Cameroon - U.N. Reuters

Militias in C. African Republic block Muslims exit to Cameroon - UN

Ex-Telekom Austria bosses cleared of corruption Reuters

Ex-Telekom Austria bosses cleared of corruption

In Burkina Faso, some Mali refugees want to grow up to serve Misha Hussain

In Burkina Faso, some Mali refugees want to grow up to serve

FACTBOX-"They’re little criminals" - myths about street kids Magda Mis

FACTBOX – "They’re little criminals" and other myths about street children

Street children numbers to "go through the roof" -campaigner Magda Mis

Street children numbers to "go through the roof" as growth fuels inequality, campaigner says

Up to 50,000 children may die in S.Sudan without help - UN Megan Rowling

Up to 50,000 children may die in S. Sudan without urgent help - UN

Italy needs EU help to handle tide of refugees, UN says Reuters

Italy needs EU help to handle tide of refugees, UN says

Social enterprise takes smart products to India's rural poor Nita Bhalla

Social enterprise takes smart products to India's rural poor

Agriculture's greenhouse gas emissions on the rise - FAO UN FAO

Agriculture's greenhouse gas emissions on the rise - FAO

Citizen action can help fight graft and poverty - World Bank Stella Dawson

World Bank promotes citizen action to help fight corruption and poverty

Iraq insurgents use water as weapon after seizing dam Reuters

Iraq insurgents use water as weapon after seizing dam

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Thousands flee gun battle as Chad withdraw from C.African Republic
More women victims of online blackmail in Saudi Arabia – official
U.N. seeks to locate followers of slain Congo warlord
U.N. Security Council members view graphic photos of Syria dead
Nigeria rebels abduct schoolgirls, govt says will protect "African Davos"
Indian social entrepreneurs spell out wishlist for new government
Communities question UK drive to prosecute FGM - UN expert
France arrests former Egyptian finance minister on Interpol warrant
UK oil, gas, mining industry agrees high transparency standards
Suspected Qaeda militants kill deputy governor in central Yemen
Governments urged to stop rising killings of environment defenders
Guinea says few new Ebola cases, outbreak nearly under control
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