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Israel says U.N. grants Hamas-linked group NGO status Reuters

Israel says U.N. grants Hamas-linked group NGO status

Thai general suspended after warrant issued for human trafficking Reuters

Thai general suspended after warrant issued for human trafficking

New global development goals must address modern slavery-Satyarthi Nita Bhalla

INTERVIEW -New global development goals must address modern slavery - Satyarthi

Nepal urges Qatar to end controversial migrant sponsorship scheme Gopal Sharma

Nepal urges Qatar to end controversial migrant sponsorship scheme

Migrant children face labour, sex exploitation in Italy Tom Esslemont

EXCLUSIVE-Migrant children fleeing poverty face labour, sex exploitation in Italy

France suggests world leaders at start, not end, of climate summit Reuters

France suggests world leaders at start, not end, of climate summit

Climate change boosts rain in Africa's Sahel region - study Reuters

Climate change boosts rain in Africa's Sahel region - study

Buying sex a criminal offence under controversial N. Ireland law Joseph D'Urso

Buying sex a criminal offence under controversial Northern Ireland law

U.S. top court backs Muslim woman denied job over head scarf Reuters

U.S. top court backs Muslim woman denied job over head scarf

Foreign govts, non-profits press China to revise draft NGO law Reuters

Foreign governments, non-profits press China to revise draft NGO law

U.N. diplomat pushes for Yemen talks,Arab air strikes hit Houthis Reuters

U.N. diplomat pushes to hold Yemen talks, Arab air strikes pound Houthis

Senegal's capital turns out for first-of-its-kind climate march Kathryn M. Werntz

Senegal's capital turns out for first-of-its-kind climate march

Thousands of tonnes of Yemen food aid diverted by fighting - UN Chris Arsenault

Thousands of tonnes of Yemen food aid diverted by fighting-U.N. officials

Bangladesh files murder charges in 2013 garment factory tragedy Reuters

Bangladesh files murder charges in 2013 garment factory tragedy

Migrant boat still being held off Myanmar coast -government Reuters

Migrant boat still being held off Myanmar coast -government

Are watermills in Kashmir a solution to Pakistan's energy crisis? Roshan Din Shad

Are watermills in Kashmir a solution to Pakistan's energy crisis?

China charges former senior energy official with graft Reuters

China charges former senior energy official with graft

Australia opposition introduces bill to legalise same-sex marriage Reuters

Australian opposition introduces bill to legalise same-sex marriage

Nepal sets up post-quake camps for sexual minorities Gopal Sharma

FEATURE-Nepal sets up post-quake camps for sexual minorities

African leaders urge Burundi to postpone polls Reuters

African leaders urge Burundi to postpone polls

International effort rescues over 5,000 Mediterranean migrants Reuters

International effort rescues over 5,000 Mediterranean migrants

Wary children return to schools after Nepal earthquake Reuters

Wary children return to schools after Nepal earthquake

Ex-Tanzanian prime minister Lowassa launches presidential bid Reuters

Ex-Tanzanian prime minister Lowassa launches presidential bid

Myanmar navy blocks journalists as migrant boat held in limbo Reuters

Myanmar navy blocks journalists as migrant boat held in limbo

Bonn UN talks seek to trim unwieldy climate change plan Reuters

Bonn U.N. talks seek to trim unwieldy climate change plan

Boy cries when being carried to school, a month after Nepal quake REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar

Saksham Karmacharya, 4, cries while hugging his father Birendra Karmacharya saying that he does not wants to go to school while being carried towards his school, a month after the April 25 earthquake in Bhaktapur, Nepal May 31, 2015

Red Cross members help migrant after he disembarked in Italy REUTERS/Antonio Parrinello

Red Cross members help a migrant after he disembarked in the Sicilian harbour of Augusta, Italy, May 31, 2015

Drought-hit North Korea seen able to avoid food crisis Reuters

Drought-hit North Korea seen able to avoid food crisis

Desperate Bangladeshi migrant families await calls for ransom Reuters

Desperate Bangladeshi migrant families await calls for ransom

Thousands protest graft in Guatemala, raise pressure on president Reuters

Thousands protest graft in Guatemala, raising pressure on president

Probes of child abuse in C. African Repub. should intensify - UN Reuters

Probes of child abuse in C. African Repub. should intensify -UN rights chief

Police break up unsanctioned gay rally in central Moscow Reuters

Police break up unsanctioned gay rally in central Moscow

Syrian air raids kill dozens of civilians in north Reuters

Syrian air raids kill dozens of civilians in north - monitoring group

Myanmar lands seized migrant boat on island Reuters

Myanmar lands seized migrant boat on island

More than 4,200 migrants rescued in Mediterranean as crisis grows Reuters

More than 4,200 migrants rescued in Mediterranean as crisis grows

Indian government again issues land acquisition order Reuters

Indian government again issues land acquisition order

INTERVIEW: UN warns of coming hunger in North Korea Reuters

INTERVIEW: UN warns of coming hunger in North Korea

With no peace, Ukraine is beset by humanitarian risks - UN Reuters

INTERVIEW: With no peace, Ukraine is beset by humanitarian risks - UN

At UN, states urged to do more to stop flow of foreign fighters Reuters

At UN, states urged to do more to stop flow of foreign fighters

Italian lawmakers target Renzi election candidate over corruption Reuters

Italian lawmakers target Renzi election candidate over corruption

Fighters battle Houthis in Yemen's southern city of Aden Reuters

Fighters battle Houthis in Yemen's southern city of Aden

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

Cameroon food stocks dwindle as Boko Haram violence disrupts farming

Idaho abortion restrictions are unconstitutional -appeals court Reuters

Idaho abortion restrictions are unconstitutional -appeals court

Haiti struggles to stem cholera as rains come early Anastasia Moloney

Haiti struggles to stem cholera as rains come early

Miliband says climate change to worsen world refugee crisis Reuters

Miliband says world refugee crisis to worsen with climate change

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

Labourers toiling in Indian heat wave say have little choice Reuters

Labourers toiling in Indian heat wave say have little choice

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

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Israel says U.N. grants Hamas-linked group NGO status
Thai general suspended after warrant issued for human trafficking
INTERVIEW -New global development goals must address modern slavery - Satyarthi
Nepal urges Qatar to end controversial migrant sponsorship scheme
EXCLUSIVE-Migrant children fleeing poverty face labour, sex exploitation in Italy
France suggests world leaders at start, not end, of climate summit
Climate change boosts rain in Africa's Sahel region - study
Buying sex a criminal offence under controversial Northern Ireland law
U.S. top court backs Muslim woman denied job over head scarf
Foreign governments, non-profits press China to revise draft NGO law
U.N. diplomat pushes to hold Yemen talks, Arab air strikes pound Houthis
Senegal's capital turns out for first-of-its-kind climate march
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