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Ireland backs gay marriage in historic vote, ministers say Reuters

Ireland backs gay marriage in historic vote, ministers say

Activists damage habitat in Seattle bay during Shell oil ... Reuters

Activists damage habitat in Seattle bay during Shell oil protests

West, Africa trade barbs on UN appeal against illicit small ... Reuters

West, Africa trade barbs on UN appeal against illicit small arms

UN investigates attack on S.Sudan peacekeeping site that killed 8 Reuters

U.N. investigates attack on South Sudan peacekeeping site that killed 8

Rape on U.S. university campuses reaches "epidemic" levels - study Maria Caspani

Rape on U.S. university campuses reaches "epidemic" levels - study

Sri Lanka probe finds proof of sex bribes in women's cricket team Shihar Aneez

Sri Lanka probe finds evidence of sex bribes in women's cricket team

Netherlands plans to ban full-face veil in public places Reuters

Netherlands plans to ban full-face veil in public places

South Sudanese shot and drown in the bush as they flee fighting Katy Migiro

South Sudanese shot and drown in the bush as they flee fighting

Colombia's FARC rebels suspend unilateral ceasefire Reuters

Colombia's FARC rebels suspend unilateral ceasefire

EU and Ukraine plan joint anti-corruption team Reuters

EU and Ukraine plan joint anti-corruption team

Refugee crises will hinder resettlement of "boat people" - UNHCR Alisa Tang

INTERVIEW-Global refugee crises will hinder resettlement of Asian "boat people" - UNHCR

High turnout seen favouring Yes in Irish gay marriage vote Reuters

High turnout seen favouring Yes in Irish gay marriage vote

EU to propose relocating 40,000 refugees from Italy, Greece Reuters

EU to propose relocating 40,000 refugees from Italy, Greece

"My parents tried to marry me off as a child" - Indian ... Emma Batha

"My parents tried to marry me off as a child" - Indian activist

Yemen struggles with food shortages as shipments stay slow Reuters

Yemen struggles with food shortages as shipments stay slow

INSIGHT-Islamic State expands its "state" Reuters

INSIGHT-Islamic State expands its "state"

Nepalis return to quake epicentre to rebuild stone by stone Reuters

Nepalis return to quake epicentre to rebuild stone by stone

Large French supermarkets barred from throwing away food Reuters

Large French supermarkets barred from throwing away food

Stretched Afghan army falls back on militias to help defend Kunduz Reuters

INSIGHT-Stretched Afghan army falls back on militias to help defend Kunduz

Beijing promises coal-free power by 2017 to fight pollution Reuters

Beijing promises coal-free power by 2017 to fight pollution

Myanmar state denies persecution at root of migrant crisis Reuters

Myanmar's Rakhine State denies persecution at root of migrant crisis

Somalia's al Shabaab fighters attack village in Kenya Reuters

Somalia's al Shabaab fighters attack village in Kenya

Civilians killed amid clashes near Mali flashpoint town Reuters

Civilians killed amid clashes near Mali flashpoint town

In China, firms flash green credentials as regulators loom Reuters

In China, firms flash green credentials as regulators loom

Ireland looks set to back gay marriage in landmark referendum Reuters

Ireland looks set to back gay marriage in landmark referendum

Islamic State says it has full control of Syria's Palmyra Reuters

Islamic State says it has full control of Syria's Palmyra

Guatemala president shakes up cabinet as corruption scandals... Reuters

Guatemala president shakes up cabinet as corruption scandals bite

Antarctic glaciers once thought stable now thawing fast - study Reuters

Antarctic glaciers once thought stable now thawing fast - study

FEATURE-Morocco looks set to ease but not scrap ban on abortion Emma Batha

FEATURE-Morocco looks set to ease but not scrap ban on abortion

UN climate fund gears up to deploy cash after Japan inks pledge Megan Rowling

UN climate fund gears up to deploy cash after Japan inks pledge

Top EU companies urge drastic cuts in greenhouse gas emissions Reuters

Top EU companies urge drastic cuts in greenhouse gas emissions

New app aims to create gender-inclusive online community Maria Caspani

New app aims to create gender-inclusive online community

Singer Akon launches academy to help Africans harness the sunshine Joseph D'Urso

Singer Akon launches academy to help Africans harness the sunshine

Cambodia takes refugees from Australia in aid-for-refugees deal Thomson Reuters Foundation

Cambodia takes first refugees from Australia in aid-for-refugees deal

Killing of 14-year-old girl alerts Argentina to femicides Anastasia Moloney

Killing of 14-year-old girl alerts Argentina to femicides - rights group

Top German court wants higher sentence in Rwanda genocide case Reuters

Top German court wants higher sentence in Rwanda genocide case

West Africa's health systems need rebuilding post-Ebola - WHO Reuters

West Africa's health systems need rebuilding post-Ebola - WHO

App aims to help trafficking victims break the language barrier Kieran Guilbert

App aims to help trafficking victims break the language barrier

ICRC steps up aid in Lake Chad area as Boko Haram conflict goes on Reuters

ICRC steps up aid in Lake Chad area as Boko Haram conflict goes on

Tanzanian leader says aid conditions degrading Reuters

Tanzanian leader says aid conditions degrading

Ukraine reports fresh casualties in east, OSCE sees more violence Reuters

Ukraine reports fresh casualties in east, OSCE sees violence spreading

Sex camps, ceremonies prepare girls to marry in Zambia, Mozambiqe Emma Batha

Forced sex camps, initiation ceremonies prepare girls for child marriage in Zambia and Mozambique

Malala urges world leaders to give all girls 12 years at school Joseph D'Urso

Nobel laureate Malala urges world leaders to give all girls 12 years at school

Aid groups raise fears of escalating violence in South Sudan Katy Migiro

Aid groups raise fears of escalating violence in South Sudan

Greenpeace staff to work for free after India blocks funds Reuters

Greenpeace staff to work for free after India blocks funds

Islamic State takes control of Syria's Palmyra in westward advance Reuters

Islamic State takes control of Syria's Palmyra in westward advance

Activists want removal of Argentine judges over paedophile case Anastasia Moloney

Activists call for impeachment of Argentine judges over paedophile case

Italy says over 900 migrants rescued at sea, one dead Reuters

Italy says over 900 migrants rescued at sea, one dead

Rich world should help emerging countries cut pollution: Glencore Reuters

Rich world should help emerging countries cut pollution-Glencore chairman

Saudi shells hit Yemen aid office, killing five refugees -official Reuters

Saudi shells hit Yemen aid office, killing five refugees -local official

Two killed in running street battles in Burundi's capital Reuters

Two killed in running street battles in Burundi's capital

Gusts of opposition hit Kenyan wind farm project Maina Waruru

Gusts of opposition hit Kenyan wind farm project

Palestinians play volleyball near damaged buildings, Gaza REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinians play volleyball near residential buildings, that witnesses said were heavily damaged by Israeli shelling during a 50-day war last summer, in Beit Lahiya town in the northern Gaza Strip May 20, 2015

South Korea confirms third case of MERS virus; 64 isolated Reuters

South Korea confirms third case of MERS virus; 64 isolated

Malaysia orders rescue of migrant boats, Thailand says no to camps Reuters

Malaysia orders rescue of migrant boats, Thailand says no to shelters

Turmoil in Thailand delayed crackdown on trafficking gangs -police Reuters

Turmoil in Thailand delayed crackdown on trafficking gangs - police

Thailand could stop thousands of HIV deaths with tests, treatment Alisa Tang

Thailand could stop thousands of HIV deaths with more tests and treatment -experts

Activists alarmed about Indian laws curbing free speech Maria Caspani

Activists alarmed about Indian laws curbing free speech amid charity crackdown

Beaten and starving, some Rohingya flee boats, return to camps Reuters

Beaten and starving, some Rohingya flee boats, return to  camps

Tackling traffickers, UK hotels learn to combat "faceless" crime Kieran Guilbert

Tackling the traffickers, UK hotels learn how to combat "faceless" crime

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Ireland backs gay marriage in historic vote, ministers say
Activists damage habitat in Seattle bay during Shell oil protests
West, Africa trade barbs on UN appeal against illicit small arms
U.N. investigates attack on South Sudan peacekeeping site that killed 8
Rape on U.S. university campuses reaches "epidemic" levels - study
Sri Lanka probe finds evidence of sex bribes in women's cricket team
Netherlands plans to ban full-face veil in public places
South Sudanese shot and drown in the bush as they flee fighting
Colombia's FARC rebels suspend unilateral ceasefire
EU and Ukraine plan joint anti-corruption team
INTERVIEW-Global refugee crises will hinder resettlement of Asian "boat people" - UNHCR
High turnout seen favouring Yes in Irish gay marriage vote
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