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France to stop credits for coal projects in developing ... Reuters

France to stop credits for coal projects in developing countries

Israel says foiled Hamas plans for Jerusalem attacks Reuters

Israel says foiled Hamas plans for Jerusalem attacks

Europe and Central Asia failing to curb spread of HIV - WHO Reuters

Europe and Central Asia failing to curb spread of HIV - WHO

UK Law Society scraps sharia advice, NGO says victory for women Katie Nguyen

UK Law Society scrapping of sharia advice is victory for women, NGO says

Ten dead in Kashmir's worst militant attack in over a year Reuters

Ten dead in disputed Kashmir's worst militant attack in more than a year

Rajoy denies Spain is corrupt after minister resigns in graft case Reuters

Rajoy denies Spain is corrupt after minister resigns in graft case

Portugal's ex-PM Socrates rejects "absurd" corruption charges Reuters

Portugal's detained ex-PM Socrates rejects "absurd" corruption charges

ICRC seeks record $1.7 billion for humanitarian work in 2015 Katie Nguyen

ICRC seeks record $1.7 billion for humanitarian work in 2015

Iraq finance minister urges battle against graft in military Reuters

INTERVIEW-Iraq finance minister urges battle against graft in military

Tropical fly-borne illness reported near Damascus - WHO Reuters

Tropical fly-borne illness reported near Damascus - WHO

Indonesia's graft watchdog to target energy sector in 2015 Reuters

Indonesia's graft watchdog to target energy sector in 2015

Suicide bomber attacks British embassy car in Kabul, kills five Reuters

Suicide bomber kills five in attack on British embassy car in Kabul - officials

Thai court sentences five to death in war-torn south Reuters

Thai court sentences five to death in war-torn south

Typhoon-proof homes in Vietnam build hope for disaster-prone areas Thin Lei Win

Typhoon-proof homes in Vietnam build hope for disaster-prone areas

EU urged to stop Sri Lanka trade perks if UN not given access Reuters

British lawmakers urge EU to stop Sri Lanka trade perks if UN probe not given access

Poor and besieged, Myanmar's Rakhine join Rohingya exodus Reuters

EXCLUSIVE-Poor and besieged, Myanmar's Rakhine join Rohingya exodus

Colombia general, other FARC captives may be free Saturday -Santos Reuters

Colombia general, other FARC captives may be free Saturday - Santos

Orphanages should be consigned to "cruel, fictional world"-Rowling Thomson Reuters Foundation

Orphanages should be consigned to "cruel, fictional world" - JK Rowling

China drafts first anti-domestic violence law -reports Maria Caspani

China drafts first anti-domestic violence law -reports

African states urged to double agriculture research spending Chris Arsenault

African states should double agriculture research spending, report says

United Nations says aid chief Valerie Amos plans to step down Reuters

United Nations says aid chief Valerie Amos plans to step down

Disputes over Indian land for industry on the rise - charities Thomson Reuters Foundation

Disputes over Indian land for industry on the rise, angering locals-charities

Turkey bans reporting on corruption investigation of ex-... Reuters

Turkey bans reporting on corruption investigation of ex-ministers

Save the Children under pressure, 100,000 oppose award for Blair Thomson Reuters Foundation

Save the Children under pressure, 100,000 oppose award for Tony Blair

Magnitude 6.8 quake hits off Indonesia, no tsunami warning Reuters

Magnitude 6.8 quake hits off Indonesia, no tsunami warning

Qatar runs covert desert training camp for Syrian rebels Reuters

Qatar runs covert desert training camp for Syrian rebels

Ebola discoverer Piot sees long, bumpy road to ending epidemic Reuters

Ebola discoverer Piot sees long, bumpy road to ending epidemic

W. African artists urge French-speaking nations to act on Ebola Misha Hussain

West African artists urge French-speaking nations to act on Ebola

Bangladesh farmers turn back the clock to combat climate stresses Syful Islam

Bangladesh farmers turn back the clock to combat climate stresses

Combined heat and power plant is illuminated with lights, Germany REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

The so-called "three warm brothers" of the combined heat and power plant Linden of Hanover's public utility company Enercity is illuminated with red and purple lights during the twilight hour in the central German town of Hanover November 26, 2014

Egypt opens Rafah crossing to stranded Palestinians bound for Gaza Reuters

Egypt opens Rafah crossing to stranded Palestinians bound for Gaza

Lebanese mothers say discriminatory laws hurt their children Dana Halawi

Lebanese mothers say discriminatory laws hurt their children

Militants kill four polio workers in Pakistan Reuters

Militants kill four polio workers in Pakistan

Kenyan women pay the price for slum water "mafias" Katy Migiro

FEATURE-Kenyan women pay the price for slum water "mafias"

Five killed in clashes between Houthis, Sunnis in Yemen capital Reuters

Five killed in clashes between Houthis, Sunnis in Yemen capital

China considers suing "economic fugitives" in US, says official Reuters

China considers suing "economic fugitives" in the US, official says

Germany to introduce legal quotas for women on company boards Reuters

Germany to introduce legal quotas for women on company boards

Indian sterilisation targets remain in all but name, critics say Reuters

Indian sterilisation targets remain in all but name, critics say

Female suicide bombers kill at least 44 in Nigeria's northeast Reuters

Female suicide bombers kill at least 44 in Nigeria's northeast

Syrian government air strikes kill 63 in Raqqa - monitoring group Reuters

Syrian government air strikes kill 63 in Raqqa - monitoring group

US quarantine moves hurting Ebola response in Africa -Harvard Reuters

US quarantine moves hurting Ebola response in Africa -Harvard

Colombia FARC free 2 soldiers, vow to release general by weekend Reuters

Colombia FARC free 2 soldiers, vow to release general by weekend

Brazil soy moratorium extended to protect Amazon forest Reuters

Brazil soy moratorium extended to protect Amazon forest

Egypt and UN to expand food aid in fight against child labour Chris Arsenault

Egypt and UN to expand food aid in fight against child labour

S. Sudan warns UN that sanctions could fuel confrontation Reuters

South Sudan warns UN that sanctions could fuel confrontation

Asia pledge to improve lives of 135 million "invisible" children Kieran Guilbert

Asia pledge could improve lives of 135 million "invisible" children - charity

Foreign workers pay for U.S. government jobs, trafficking feared Kieran Guilbert

Foreign workers pay for U.S. government jobs, trafficking feared-watchdog

Sierra Leone Ebola burial workers dump bodies in pay protest Reuters

Sierra Leone Ebola burial workers dump bodies in pay protest

NY battles the domestic violence that causes most murders of women Maria Caspani and Lisa Anderson

NYC battles the domestic violence that causes most murders of women

Islamic State fighters battle Iraqi forces near Baiji refinery Reuters

Islamic State fighters battle Iraqi forces near Baiji refinery

Sudan says shuts UN peacekeepers' Darfur rights office in Khartoum Reuters

Sudan says shuts UN peacekeepers' Darfur rights office in Khartoum

Pakistani man shoots niece for listening to loud music Reuters

Pakistani man shoots niece for listening to loud music

Pakistan women worst prepared in region for natural disasters-NGO Alisa Tang

Pakistan's women worst prepared in region for natural disasters - NGO

Greece acts to rescue ship carrying hundreds of migrants Reuters

Greece acts to rescue ship carrying hundreds of migrants

Kashmiri woman holds her child while waiting to cast her vote REUTERS/Danish Ismail

A Kashmiri woman holds her child while waiting to cast her vote outside a polling station during the first phase of the Jammu and Kashmir state assembly elections at Wangipora, north of Srinagar November 25, 2014

Kashmiris urge India-Pakistan cooperation to head off disasters Roshan Din Shad and Ashutosh Sharma

Kashmiris urge India-Pakistan cooperation to head off disasters

INTERVIEW-Libya's rival ruler could ban UN envoy Reuters

INTERVIEW-Libya's rival ruler could ban UN envoy, complicating peace talks

Two blasts hit Kabul, seven Afghan soldiers wounded Reuters

Two blasts hit Kabul, seven Afghan soldiers wounded

56 nations seek carbon capture incentives in next climate deal Reuters

56 countries seek carbon capture incentives in next climate deal

Second air strike hits airport in Libya's capital Reuters

Second air strike hits airport in Libya's capital

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France to stop credits for coal projects in developing countries
Israel says foiled Hamas plans for Jerusalem attacks
Europe and Central Asia failing to curb spread of HIV - WHO
UK Law Society scrapping of sharia advice is victory for women, NGO says
Ten dead in disputed Kashmir's worst militant attack in more than a year
Rajoy denies Spain is corrupt after minister resigns in graft case
Portugal's detained ex-PM Socrates rejects "absurd" corruption charges
ICRC seeks record $1.7 billion for humanitarian work in 2015
INTERVIEW-Iraq finance minister urges battle against graft in military
Tropical fly-borne illness reported near Damascus - WHO
Indonesia's graft watchdog to target energy sector in 2015
Suicide bomber kills five in attack on British embassy car in Kabul - officials
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