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Central African Republic government says rejects ceasefire deal Reuters

Central African Republic government says rejects ceasefire deal

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

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

Sri Lanka's new government plans fresh war crimes probe

MSF in Sudan to pull out of war-torn Blue Nile, parts of Darfur Reuters

MSF in Sudan to pull out of war-torn Blue Nile, parts of Darfur

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

UK development agencies under fire for "wasteful" policies

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

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

Rohingya refugees say traffickers in Malaysia abuse and kill Reuters

Rohingya refugees say traffickers in Malaysia abuse and kill

U.S. EPA chief seeks Vatican support on climate protection Reuters

U.S. EPA chief seeks Vatican support on climate protection

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

Suicide attack kills at least five people in north Mali-... Reuters

Suicide attack kills at least five people in north Mali-sources

Indonesian president's advisers urge him to drop police chief pick Reuters

Indonesian president's advisers urge him to drop police chief pick

U.S. provides more aid to Ukraine, threatens to step up sanctions Reuters

U.S. provides more aid to Ukraine, threatens to step up sanctions on Russia

Mozambique says death toll rises after heavy flooding Reuters

Mozambique says death toll rises after heavy flooding

Australia court rules detention of Sri Lanka asylum seekers lawful Reuters

Australian court rules detention of Sri Lanka asylum seekers at sea lawful

As blizzard skips New York, meteorologists ponder forecasts' power Reuters

As blizzard skips New York, meteorologists ponder forecasts' power

Boy covers face as health worker fumigates against chikungunya REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

A boy covers his face while a Health Ministry worker fumigates against mosquitoes that carry the chikungunya virus in Managua

At least three killed after UN troops in Mali fire at ... Reuters

At least three killed after UN troops in Mali fire at protest

Tears, chants as rebel child soldiers are freed in South Sudan Katy Migiro

Tears, chants as rebel child soldiers are freed in South Sudan

Improve poor farming practice with behavioural science, Bank says Chris Arsenault

Improve poor farming practice with behavioural science, Bank says

Dominican Republic moves to ease abortion ban, challenges remain Anastasia Moloney

Dominican Republic moves to ease abortion ban, challenges remain - rights group

Food crisis in southern Iraq worsening, UN agency says Thomson Reuters Foundation

Food crisis in southern Iraq worsening, UN agency says

Child ritual killings spread alarm, anger in Ivory Coast Reuters

Child ritual killings spread alarm, anger in Ivory Coast

New-generation solar panels cheaper, more efficient-scientists Magdalena Mis

New-generation solar panels far cheaper, more efficient - scientists

Gates, UK take lead in $7.5 bln pledge for children's ... Reuters

Gates, UK take lead in $7.5 bln pledge for children's vaccines

UN secures pledge to free 3,000 South Sudan child soldiers Reuters

U.N. secures pledge to free 3,000 South Sudan child soldiers

Plague cases rise in Madagascar, fear of more epidemics - ... Reuters

Plague cases rise in Madagascar, fear of more epidemics - WHO

Nations will succeed only if women succeed, Obama tells India Nita Bhalla

Nations will only succeed if women are successful, Obama tells India

Climate stresses push Kashmir's poor into militancy - experts Roshan Din Shad

Climate stresses push Kashmir's poor into militancy, Pakistan experts warn

Scientists ask if Ebola immunises as well as kills Reuters

Scientists ask if Ebola immunises as well as kills

Local vendors, not supermarkets, key to Africa food security Chris Arsenault

Local vendors, not supermarkets, key to Africa food security - research

On climate change, some US Republicans seek sharper message Reuters

INSIGHT-On climate change, "not a scientist" not enough for some US Republicans

Herder kills himself in Inner Mongolia over land grab Reuters

Herder kills himself in Inner Mongolia over land grab

US suspends aid contractor for funding 'misconduct' Reuters

U.S. suspends aid contractor for funding 'misconduct'

Post-Ebola plan needed to avert "double disaster" in West Africa Magdalena Mis

Post-Ebola plan needed to avert "double disaster" in West Africa - Oxfam

Australia temperatures rising faster than rest of the world Reuters

Australia temperatures rising faster than rest of the world - official report

Single new case can reignite Ebola outbreak if vigilance lost Magda Mis

Single new case can reignite Ebola outbreak if vigilance lost, says MSF

Nigeria fights to recapture northeast town, 5,000 flee Reuters

Nigeria fights to recapture northeast town, 5,000 flee

Niger lifts refugee camp ban as record numbers flee Boko Haram Misha Hussain

Niger lifts refugee camp ban as record numbers flee Boko Haram

Ukraine rebels move to encircle government troops in new advance Reuters

Ukraine rebels move to encircle government troops in new advance

Severe La Nina weather events in Pacific may double due to warming Reuters

Severe La Nina weather events in Pacific may double due to warming

Kurds push Islamic State out of Kobani after four-month battle Reuters

Kurds push Islamic State out of Kobani after four-month battle

World needs to find alternatives to putting children in jail Astrid Zweynert

INTERVIEW-World needs to find alternatives to putting children in jail

Corruption protest in Kenya's Maasai Mara region turns violent Reuters

Corruption protest in Kenya's Maasai Mara region turns violent

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Central African Republic government says rejects ceasefire deal
Malawi floods expose need to step up disaster prevention
Egypt, Syria, Iraq used 2014 turmoil to abuse rights - report
UNICEF makes record appeal to help 60 million children in crisis
Sri Lanka's new government plans fresh war crimes probe
MSF in Sudan to pull out of war-torn Blue Nile, parts of Darfur
UK development agencies under fire for "wasteful" policies
Build better roads in developing world to bolster food supplies -study
Rohingya refugees say traffickers in Malaysia abuse and kill
U.S. EPA chief seeks Vatican support on climate protection
Devastating floods kill dozens, displace 170,000 in Malawi
Nigerian farmers face eviction by foreign mega-plantation
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