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Small volcanic eruption closes parts of resort near Tokyo Reuters

Small volcanic eruption closes parts of resort near Tokyo

S.Korea to cut 2030 emissions by 37 pct from BAU levels Reuters

S.Korea to cut 2030 greenhouse gas emissions by 37 pct from BAU levels

INTERVIEW-After decade of disasters, UN shifts its Asia operations Alisa Tang

INTERVIEW-After decade of disasters, UN shifts its Asia operations

U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocks Texas abortion restrictions Reuters

U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocks Texas abortion restrictions

Larry Kramer 'still has work to do' as film celebrates his life Maria Caspani

INTERVIEW-Larry Kramer 'still has work to do' as film celebrates his life

U.N. extends Darfur peacekeeping mission amid withdrawal calls Reuters

U.N. extends Darfur peacekeeping mission amid withdrawal calls

Conflicts rob 30 million children of education - Norwegian PM Reuters

Conflicts rob 30 million children of education - Norwegian PM

Kenya's running champions walk 800km to break "cycle of violence" Katy Migiro

Kenya's running champions walk 800km to break "cycle of violence"

Italy begins to recover hundreds of migrant bodies from shipwreck Reuters

Italy begins to recover hundreds of migrant bodies from shipwreck

China works for "win-win" climate plan, poised for U.N. ... Reuters

China works for "win-win" climate plan, poised for U.N. pledge

Kenya in court after botched abortion injures raped 15-year-old Katy Migiro

Kenya in court after botched abortion injures raped 15-year-old

Israel, Palestinians say to investigate Gaza warcrime accusations Reuters

Israel, Palestinians say to investigate Gaza warcrime accusations

Drop Srebrenica genocide resolution, Bosnian Serb leader urges UN Reuters

Drop Srebrenica genocide resolution, Bosnian Serb leader urges UN

Nepal tells UN to destroy bad food meant for quake survivors Gopal Sharma

Nepal tells UN to destroy low quality food meant for quake survivors

Look after fossil fuel workers in clean energy shift: union chief Megan Rowling

Look after fossil fuel workers in shift to clean energy - union chief

Boom in "voluntourism" sparks concerns over dodgy operators Gabriel Popham

Boom in "voluntourism" sparks concerns over whether the industry is doing good

India's weapon against climate change: heat-tolerant dwarf cows K. Rajendran

India's next weapon against climate change? The heat-tolerant dwarf cow

Australia hopes UNESCO won't blacklist Great Barrier Reef Reuters

WIDER IMAGE-Australia keeps fingers crossed UNESCO won't blacklist Great Barrier Reef

Turkey to take "necessary measures" on border security - PM Reuters

Turkey to take "necessary measures" on border security -PM Davutoglu

High water price hits Yemenis, shortage may become worse than war Magda Mis

Rising water price hits Yemenis, shortage may become bigger problem than war, experts say

Burundi votes in boycott-hit poll; blasts, gunfire heard Reuters

Burundi votes in boycott-hit poll; blasts, gunfire heard

Obama asks questions in interview with UK naturalist Attenborough Reuters

Obama asks the questions in interview with British naturalist Attenborough

Texas attorney general says county clerks can refuse gay couples Reuters

Texas attorney general says county clerks can refuse gay couples

Children in conflict zones need $2.3 bn to go to school - UNESCO Joseph D'Urso

Children in conflict zones need $2.3 billion to go to school - UNESCO

Americans exude joy on Gay Pride Day after court ruling Reuters

Americans exude joy on Gay Pride Day after court ruling

Inter-religious march in Rome demands action on climate change Reuters

Inter-religious march in Rome demands action on climate change

Libyan factions sit at the same table in UN peace talks Reuters

Libyan factions sit at the same table in UN peace talks

Flash floods, landslides kill 23 in southeastern Bangladesh Reuters

Flash floods, landslides kill 23 in southeastern Bangladesh

Republicans question what's next after gay marriage ruling Reuters

Conservative Republicans question what's next after gay marriage ruling

Congo's Kabila files corruption complaint against officials Reuters

Congo's Kabila files corruption complaint against officials

Islamist gunmen attack western Mali town, 12 dead Reuters

Islamist gunmen attack western Mali town, 12 dead

Kurds secure Syria's Kobani as Islamic State targets northeast Reuters

Kurds secure Syria's Kobani as Islamic State targets northeast

Thousands march in Honduras to demand resignation of president Reuters

Thousands march in Honduras to demand resignation of president

Landmark US Supreme Court ruling legalises gay marriage nationwide Reuters

Landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizes gay marriage nationwide

Brazil ministers rebut new wave of campaign funding allegations Reuters

Brazil ministers rebut new wave of campaign funding allegations

UN council told helicopter sound has Syrians 'watching for death' Reuters

UN council told sound of helicopters has Syrians 'watching for death'

Liberia president vows shake-up at state oil company - media Stella Dawson

Liberia president vows shake-up at state oil company - media

Coordinated or not, attacks show Islamic State's growing reach Reuters

Coordinated or not, attacks show Islamic State's growing reach

US proposes 6 rival South Sudan leaders for first UN sanctions Reuters

U.S. proposes 6 rival South Sudan leaders for first UN sanctions

Haiti faces "humanitarian crisis" as thousands cross border -PM Anastasia Moloney

PM says Haiti faces "humanitarian crisis" as thousands cross border

"Love Wins" as Americans celebrate gay marriage outside court Stella Dawson

"Love Wins" as Americans celebrate gay marriage outside court

Nigerian president dissolves state oil company board Reuters

Nigerian president dissolves state oil company board

Female drug users shun treatment for fear of losing children - UN Kieran Guilbert

Female drug users shun treatment for fear of losing children - U.N.

EU states agree to send migrants back home faster Reuters

EU states agree to send migrants back home faster

Hungary sounds the alarm about new front in EU's migrant crisis Reuters

Hungary sounds the alarm about new front in EU's migrant crisis

US Supreme Court landmark ruling legalizes gay marriage nationwide Reuters

U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling legalizes gay marriage nationwide

Women display fists with the message in celebration rally, US REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Cherilyn Wilson, 26, (L) and Chelsea Kane, 26, display their fists, with the message "Love Wins" written on them, as they pose at a celebration rally in West Hollywood, California, United States

Pakistan heat wave eases after more than 1,150 die Reuters

Pakistan heat wave eases after more than 1,150 die

UN urges EU states to make "concrete commitments" on refugees Reuters

UN urges EU states to make "concrete commitments" on refugees

Quake-hit Nepal faces scrutiny in distributing aid billions Reuters

Quake-hit Nepal faces scrutiny in distributing aid billions

Saudi-led jets bomb Yemen as Hadi government rejects new talks Reuters

Saudi-led jets bomb Yemen as Hadi government rejects new talks

Zimbabwe teen pregnancies fuel demand for illegal abortions Marko Phiri

Zimbabwe teen pregnancies fuel demand for illegal abortions

Flood-hit Cameroon to demolish low-lying urban homes Elias Ntungwe Ngalame

Flood-hit Cameroon to demolish low-lying urban homes

UN mediator to visit Kuwait, Riyadh in search of Yemen deal Reuters

UN mediator to visit Kuwait, Riyadh in search of Yemen deal

USAID backs how-to course to help Asia cope with climate change Alisa Tang

USAID backs how-to course to help Asia cope with climate change

Farmers to lose water access as Tanzania's hydropower runs dry Kizito Makoye

Farmers to lose water access as Tanzania's hydropower runs dry

Islamic State kills at least 145 civilians in Syria's Kobani Reuters

Islamic State kills at least 145 civilians in Syria's Kobani

Vatican signs first treaty with "State of Palestine"; Israel angry Reuters

Vatican signs first treaty with "State of Palestine"; Israel angered

Islamic State suicide bomber kills 27, wounds 227 in Kuwait ... Reuters

Islamic State suicide bomber kills 27, wounds 227 in Kuwait mosque

Kenya's lands minister charged for obstructing investigators Reuters

Kenya's lands minister charged for obstructing investigators

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Small volcanic eruption closes parts of resort near Tokyo
S.Korea to cut 2030 greenhouse gas emissions by 37 pct from BAU levels
INTERVIEW-After decade of disasters, UN shifts its Asia operations
U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocks Texas abortion restrictions
INTERVIEW-Larry Kramer 'still has work to do' as film celebrates his life
U.N. extends Darfur peacekeeping mission amid withdrawal calls
Conflicts rob 30 million children of education - Norwegian PM
Kenya's running champions walk 800km to break "cycle of violence"
Italy begins to recover hundreds of migrant bodies from shipwreck
China works for "win-win" climate plan, poised for U.N. pledge
Kenya in court after botched abortion injures raped 15-year-old
Israel, Palestinians say to investigate Gaza warcrime accusations
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