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“Shadowy” development finance institutions accused of failing poor Astrid Zweynert

“Shadowy” development finance institutions accused of failing to hear voices of the poor, lend to rich country companies - report

Gaza dead reach 78 as Israelis hint at invasion Reuters

Gaza dead reach 78 as Israelis hint at invasion

Indian budget promotes solar energy and safety for women Nita Bhalla

Indian government's first budget promotes solar energy, safety for women

Kenyan police bust traffickers selling 2-week-old baby - report Katy Migiro

Kenyan police bust traffickers selling 2-week-old baby for $1,700 – report

Coastal flooding has surged in U.S., analysis finds Reuters

Coastal flooding has surged in U.S., analysis finds

Kenya launches committee to tackle human trafficking Katy Migiro

Kenya launches committee to tackle human trafficking

High Ebola recovery rate in north Guinea town puzzles experts Misha Hussain

Remarkable Ebola recovery rate in north Guinea town puzzles experts

UN drops plan to charge for events at climate talks Megan Rowling

UN drops plan to charge for events at climate talks

World cities, home to most people, to add 2.5 billion more by 2050 Reuters

World cities, home to most people, to add 2.5 billion more by 2050-UN

Palestinians inspect a damaged house after Israeli air strike REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinians stand next to a picture depicting late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat as they inspect a house which police said was damaged in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City July 10, 2014

INSIGHT-Bruised Iraqi army leans on Shi'ite militias, volunteers Reuters

INSIGHT-Bruised Iraqi army leans on Shi'ite militias, volunteers

EU imposes sanctions on South Sudanese military leaders Reuters

EU imposes sanctions on South Sudanese military leaders

Need to help 40,000 displaced in southern Philippines-agencies Thin Lei Win

Agencies seek help for 40,000 displaced in S Philippines, monsoon rains threaten shelters

Amnesty names and shames Central African leaders behind atrocities Misha Hussain

Amnesty names and shames Central African Republic leaders behind atrocities

China says more than half of foreign aid given to Africa Reuters

China says more than half of foreign aid given to Africa

Growing more rice 'unviable' in water-short Pakistan Saleem Shaikh and Sughra Tunio

Growing more rice 'unviable' in water-short Pakistan

Peru lays out guidelines for cases when abortion is allowed Anastasia Moloney

Peru takes immense step forward for women to access abortion - rights group

Australian Senate delays carbon tax repeal Reuters

Australian Senate delays carbon tax repeal

Rain batters Japan as storm makes landfall, three dead Reuters

Rain batters Japan as storm makes landfall, three dead

China top prosecutor orders more transparency in corruption cases Reuters

China's top prosecutor orders more transparency in corruption cases

Mexican train derails, stranding 1,300 migrants headed toward U.S. Reuters

Mexican train derails, stranding 1,300 migrants headed toward U.S.

Apple targets rising water use, production partners' emissions Reuters

Apple targets rising water use, production partners' emissions

Iraq tells U.N. that 'terrorist groups' seized nuclear materials Reuters

EXCLUSIVE-Iraq tells U.N. that 'terrorist groups' seized nuclear materials

Global financial watchdog reduces money laundering watchlist Stella Dawson

Global financial watchdog whittles down its country watchlist for money laundering

Ex-Guatemalan leader Portillo to be freed from US prison in Feb Reuters

Ex-Guatemalan leader Portillo to be freed from US prison in Feb

China to take measures to promote judicial independence -Xinhua Reuters

China to take measures to promote judicial independence -Xinhua

Former New Orleans Mayor Nagin gets 10 years in corruption ... Reuters

Former New Orleans Mayor Nagin gets 10 years in corruption case

U.S. prosecutions for public corruption decline under Obama Stella Dawson

U.S. prosecutions for public corruption decline under Obama

South Sudan president urges rebel leader to resume talks Reuters

South Sudan president urges rebel leader to resume talks

Yemen says more than 35,000 people displaced by fighting Reuters

Refugee agency says more than 35,000 people displaced by Yemen fighting

Vatican restructures scandal-hit bank, vows transparency Reuters

Vatican restructures scandal-hit bank, vows transparency

Syrian government forces squeeze insurgents in Aleppo Reuters

Syrian government forces squeeze insurgents in Aleppo

Global climate deal won't stop dangerous warming - study Reuters

Global climate deal won't stop dangerous warming - study

Iraqi Christians' flee violence, fear end of long history Reuters

Iraqi Christians' flee violence, fear end of long history

Global warming requires more frequent rethink of "normal" weather Reuters

Global warming requires more frequent rethink of "normal" weather - UN

Iraq PM says Kurdish Arbil becoming base for Islamic militants Reuters

Iraq PM says Kurdish Arbil becoming a base for 'Islamic State' militants

UK questions Airbus staff, defence officials in Saudi graft probe Reuters

UK questions Airbus staff, defence officials in Saudi corruption probe

Natural disaster costs down so far in 2014 - Munich Re Reuters

Natural disaster costs down so far in 2014 - Munich Re

UN plans to make its carbon credits available to all Megan Rowling

UN plans to make its carbon credits available to all

Slashed fuel subsidies stir discontent in Egypt Dina Zayed

Slashed fuel subsidies stir discontent in Egypt

What is there to celebrate on South Sudan's third birthday? Katy Migiro

What is there to celebrate on South Sudan's third birthday?

Pets, livestock left out in the cold when disasters strike Megan Rowling

Pets, livestock left out in the cold when disasters strike

Afghan war inflicting devastating toll on civilians - U.N. Reuters

Afghan war inflicting devastating toll on civilians - U.N.

13-year-old girl raped and murdered on overnight train in Thailand Reuters

Rape and murder of 13-year-old spark debate in junta-ruled Thailand

US, China ink coal, clean energy deals in climate cooperation Reuters

U.S., China ink coal, clean energy deals in climate cooperation

Outside forces help stoke anti-Roma tension in Polish town Reuters

Outside forces help stoke anti-Roma tension in Polish town

India promises 4,000 female police to protect women on trains Nita Bhalla

India promises 4,000 female police to protect women train passengers from sexual predators

Israeli girls clean a bomb shelter in Ashkelon REUTERS/Amir Cohen

Israeli girls clean a bomb shelter in Ashkelon

Hamas rockets land deep in Israel as it bombards Gaza Strip Reuters

Hamas rockets land deep in Israel as it bombards Gaza Strip

U.S. Democrats aim to turn contraception into campaign drive Reuters

U.S. Democrats aim to turn contraception into campaign drive

India's onion crisis: shortages after the best-ever harvest Reuters

India's onion crisis: shortages after the best-ever harvest

Fifty new Ebola cases, 25 deaths in West Africa - WHO Reuters

Fifty new Ebola cases, 25 deaths in West Africa - WHO

Fearing probes, Chinese officials shun spotlight, seek retirement Reuters

Fearing graft probes, Chinese officials shun spotlight, seek retirement

Somali presidential compound attacked, president safe Reuters

Somali presidential compound attacked, president safe

Northern Ireland baker could face court over gay marriage cake Joseph D'Urso

Northern Ireland baker could face court over gay marriage cake

UN climate talks more advanced second time around - former head Reuters

INTERVIEW-UN climate talks more advanced second time around, says former head

Nigeria's Boko Haram blamed for 18 attacks in past two weeks... Reuters

Nigeria's Boko Haram blamed for 18 attacks in past two weeks -UN

Kenya wins all clear in anti-money laundering review Katy Migiro

Kenya wins all clear in anti-money laundering review

Armed men burn police camp, homes and vehicles on Kenya coast Reuters

Armed men burn police camp, homes and vehicles on Kenya coast

Boko Haram attacks put a stop to aid work in north Cameroon Elias Ntungwe Ngalame

Boko Haram attacks put a stop to aid work in north Cameroon

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“Shadowy” development finance institutions accused of failing to hear voices of the poor, lend to rich country ...
Gaza dead reach 78 as Israelis hint at invasion
Indian government's first budget promotes solar energy, safety for women
Kenyan police bust traffickers selling 2-week-old baby for $1,700 – report
Coastal flooding has surged in U.S., analysis finds
Kenya launches committee to tackle human trafficking
Remarkable Ebola recovery rate in north Guinea town puzzles experts
UN drops plan to charge for events at climate talks
World cities, home to most people, to add 2.5 billion more by 2050-UN
Palestinians stand next to a picture depicting late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat as they inspect a house which ...
INSIGHT-Bruised Iraqi army leans on Shi'ite militias, volunteers
EU imposes sanctions on South Sudanese military leaders
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