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Cameroon food stocks low as Boko Haram violence disrupts farming Magdalena Mis

Cameroon food stocks dwindle as Boko Haram violence disrupts farming

Haiti struggles to stem cholera as rains come early Anastasia Moloney

Haiti struggles to stem cholera as rains come early

Guyana president seeks to fight graft, ease racial tensions Reuters

INTERVIEW-Guyana president seeks to fight graft, ease racial tensions

Film takes viewers on virtual tour of Nepal quake destruction Nita Bhalla

Virtual reality film aims to raise funds by giving Nepal quake experience

"Chaotic picture" as funding gap threatens WHO operations in Iraq Magda Mis

"Chaotic picture" as funding gap threatens WHO operations in Iraq

Explosion shakes Burundi capital, deadly protests continue Reuters

Explosion shakes Burundi capital, deadly protests continue

S.Africa sets tough entry rules for minors to curb trafficking Reuters

S.Africa brings in tough entry rules for children to curb trafficking

Fighting in northern Mali forces tens of thousands to flee - UN Kieran Guilbert

Fighting in northern Mali forces tens of thousands to flee - UN

Croatia passes law to compensate war rape victims Reuters

Croatia passes law to compensate war rape victims

FGM campaigners: Nigeria ban welcome, but work not over Joseph D'Urso

FGM campaigners: Nigeria ban welcome, but work not over

After 50 years, stateless Shona still trapped in Kenya's shadows Maina Waruru

After 50 years, stateless Shona still trapped in Kenya's shadows

New Nigerian president seeks to crush "godless" Boko Haram Reuters

New Nigerian president seeks to crush "godless" Boko Haram

Myanmar releases census data, but excludes Rohingya minority Reuters

Myanmar releases census data, but excludes Rohingya minority

Indian city shows way to beat the heat as 1,786 killed in heatwave Nita Bhalla

Indian city offers way to beat the heat as 1,786 killed in heat wave

SE Asia vows to rescue "boat people"; Myanmar seizes migrant... Reuters

SE Asia vows to rescue "boat people"; Myanmar seizes migrant ship

EXCLUSIVE-Fraud and deceit at the heart of Uganda adoptions to US Tom Esslemont and Katy Migiro

EXCLUSIVE-Fraud and deceit at the heart of Uganda adoptions to United States

Ugandan woman's agony as granddaughter 'sold' to Americans Katy Migiro and Tom Esslemont

Ugandan woman's agony as granddaughter 'sold' to Americans

Dream of adopting African child becomes nightmare for US couple Tom Esslemont

Dream of adopting child from Africa becomes nightmare for U.S. couple

Women still worse off as grim job market greets U.S. graduates Leslie Gevirtz

Women still worse off as grim job market greets U.S. graduates

London Orthodox Jewish leaders say women shouldn't drive Maria Caspani

London Orthodox Jewish leaders say women shouldn't drive - paper

Outgoing UN aid chief paints harrowing portrait of Syria war Reuters

Outgoing UN aid chief paints harrowing portrait of Syria war

Nigeria minister wins African Development Bank presidency Reuters

Nigeria agriculture minister wins African Development Bank presidency

U.N. council has first-ever briefing on rights in Myanmar Reuters

U.N. council has first-ever briefing on rights in Myanmar

Women footballers make first appearance in FIFA 16 video game Joseph D'Urso

Women footballers make first appearance in FIFA 16 video game

Blatter defies calls to quit as FIFA scandal widens Reuters

Blatter defies calls to quit as FIFA scandal widens

Fight against Boko Haram requires regional might - UN Reuters

Fight against Boko Haram requires regional might - UN

Blast wounds 3 peacekeepers in U.N. Mali commander's convoy Reuters

Blast wounds 3 peacekeepers in U.N. Mali commander's convoy

Financial markets ignore climate impacts at their peril - experts Megan Rowling

Financial markets ignore climate impacts at their peril - experts

Libya on verge of economic collapse, U.N. envoy warns Reuters

Libya on verge of economic collapse, U.N. envoy warns

Kenyan minister to be charged with abuse of office Reuters

Kenyan minister to be charged with abuse of office

Corruption is leading indicator for political unrest, study finds Stella Dawson

Corruption is leading indicator for political unrest, study finds

Fugitive ex-Chinese official detained in U.S. for graft Reuters

Fugitive ex-Chinese official, investigated for graft, detained in U.S.

Canada rights body to review birth certificate gender complaint Maria Caspani

Canada rights body to review complaint over birth certificate gender markers

African migrants risk all in Sahara to reach Europe Reuters

African migrants risk all in Sahara to reach Europe

Yemen may never emerge intact from civil war Reuters

Yemen may never emerge intact from civil war

Asia's migrant crisis meeting unlikely to yield solutions Reuters

Asia's migrant crisis meeting unlikely to yield solutions

Western women joining Islamic State defy "jihadi bride" stereotype Reuters

Western women who join Islamic State defy "jihadi bride" stereotype-report

French foreign minister to visit Israel, Palestinian territories Reuters

French foreign minister to visit Israel, Palestinian territories as part of efforts to revive peace talks

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

Member of Colombian rebel peace team killed in aerial bombing Reuters

Member of Colombian rebel peace team killed in aerial bombing

Exxon, Chevron holders say 'no' to adding climate experts to board Reuters

Exxon, Chevron holders say 'no' to adding climate experts to boards

Palestinian boys standing behind fence watch people REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinian boys standing behind a fence watch people as they enjoy the warm weather on Gaza City beach along the Mediterranean Sea

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

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

Latest Photos

Cameroon food stocks dwindle as Boko Haram violence disrupts farming
Haiti struggles to stem cholera as rains come early
INTERVIEW-Guyana president seeks to fight graft, ease racial tensions
Virtual reality film aims to raise funds by giving Nepal quake experience
"Chaotic picture" as funding gap threatens WHO operations in Iraq
Explosion shakes Burundi capital, deadly protests continue
S.Africa brings in tough entry rules for children to curb trafficking
Fighting in northern Mali forces tens of thousands to flee - UN
Croatia passes law to compensate war rape victims
FGM campaigners: Nigeria ban welcome, but work not over
After 50 years, stateless Shona still trapped in Kenya's shadows
New Nigerian president seeks to crush "godless" Boko Haram
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