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Geldof says Australia aid cuts could have helped HIV battle Katie Nguyen

Geldof says Australia aid cuts could have helped HIV battle

GSK seeks approval for world's first malaria vaccine Reuters

GSK seeks approval for world's first malaria vaccine

G20 sherpa gives green light on proposals to tackle tax evasion Stella Dawson

INTERVIEW - G20 sherpa gives green light on proposals to crack down on tax evasion

Two foreign aid workers killed in western Afghanistan Reuters

Two foreign aid workers killed in western Afghanistan

Rains and lack of toilets may worsen South Sudan cholera epidemic Maria Caspani

Rains and lack of toilets threaten to make South Sudan cholera epidemic even deadlier

INTERVIEW-Nigeria may have no polio cases next year - Bill Gates Reuters

INTERVIEW-Nigeria may have no polio cases next year, says Bill Gates

Bolivia lowers legal working age from 14 years old... to 10 Anastasia Moloney

Bolivia's new law allowing child labour at 10 breaches international conventions - UNICEF

U.N. urges sustained effort to improve flagging development Reuters

U.N. urges sustained effort to improve flagging development

Kerry pushes for Gaza truce as death toll tops 700 Reuters

Kerry pushes for Gaza truce as death toll tops 700

West African states pledge regional anti-Boko Haram force Reuters

West African states pledge regional anti-Boko Haram force

A mourner reacts during the funeral for Israeli soldier, Israel REUTERS/Nir Elias

A mourner reacts during the funeral for Israeli soldier Natan Cohen, killed during fighting in Gaza on Tuesday, in the town of Modi'in, between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, July 23, 2014

Educate dads if you want to end child marriage - Malala's father Emma Batha

You need to educate dads if you want to end child marriage - Malala's father

Philippine province proves mass storm deaths can be avoided Reuters

Philippine province proves mass storm deaths can be avoided

UN envoy urges Security Council demand end to Iraq insurgency Reuters

UN envoy urges Security Council demand end to Iraq insurgency

China fuels illegal logging of Mozambique's forests - report Thin Lei Win

China fuels illegal logging of Mozambique's forests - report

Bombs in Nigeria's Kaduna kill 82, ex-leader Buhari targeted Reuters

Bombs in Nigeria's Kaduna kill 82, ex-leader Buhari targeted

INTERVIEW-UK fraud office liaising with China on GSK bribery case Reuters

INTERVIEW-UK fraud office liaising with China on GSK bribery case

INTERVIEW-British fraud prosecutor signals possible forex charges Reuters

INTERVIEW-British fraud prosecutor signals possible forex charges next year

Tanzania turns to more gas and coal to meet its energy needs Kizito Makoye

Tanzania turns to more gas and coal to meet its energy needs

Islamists gun down Somali protest singer-turned-lawmaker Reuters

Islamists gun down Somali protest singer-turned-lawmaker

Q&A: World Bank screening all projects for climate risk Joseph D'Urso

Q&A: World Bank screening all projects for climate risk

New York Gov. Cuomo's office intervened in corruption probe -NYT Reuters

New York Gov. Cuomo's office intervened in corruption probe -NY Times

“Who is Dayani Cristal?” reflects on why people migrate-director Astrid Zweynert

“Who is Dayani Cristal?” director hopes to broaden understanding of migration

Gaza mourns, seeks justice for generations lost in Israeli strikes Reuters

Gaza mourns, seeks justice for generations lost in Israeli strikes

Clinton says AIDS-free generation "within reach" Katie Nguyen

Clinton says AIDS-free generation "within reach"

Sierra Leone's chief Ebola doctor contracts the virus Reuters

Sierra Leone's chief Ebola doctor contracts the virus

Palestinian womanwho fled during Israeli ground offensive bath son REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

A Palestinian woman, who fled house during Israeli ground offensive, bathes son at United Nations-run school in Gaza City

Burmese refugees in Thailand shouldn't be repatriated yet - UNHCR Thin Lei Win

Conditions not right in Myanmar for Burmese refugees in Thailand to return home - UNHCR

Islamic State says carried out Baghdad suicide bombing Reuters

Islamic State says carried out Baghdad suicide bombing

Delhi is home to 25 million people... which is too many Trisha Mahajan

With 25 million people, Delhi is facing urbanisation crisis

HIV-positive women in Central America pressured to sterilise Katie Nguyen

One in four HIV-positive women in Central America pressured to sterilise - study

Aid agency roundup: Humanitarians struggle for access to Gaza Maria Caspani

Aid agency roundup: Humanitarians struggle for access to Gaza, where "no place safe for civilians"

Want to end child marriage? Educate girls, Malala says Emma Batha

Malala tells Girl Summit education is key to ending child marriage

Peru's Humala lifts party activists in cabinet shake-up Reuters

Peru's Humala lifts party activists in cabinet shake-up

Iraq, Nigeria record most attacks, fatalities by extremists Maria Caspani

Iraq, Nigeria record most attacks, fatalities by extremists–report

EU pressure aids human rights in Gambia, but activists are wary Misha Hussain

EU pressure aids human rights in Gambia, but activists are wary

Boko Haram virtually controls Nigerian town, villages-witnesses Reuters

Boko Haram virtually controls Nigerian town, villages-witnesses

Iraqi air strikes kill 19 around Falluja -medical official Reuters

Iraqi air strikes kill 19 around militant-held Falluja -medical official

Indonesian president-elect Jokowi calls for unity Reuters

Indonesian president-elect Jokowi calls for unity after bitter election

Congo repels attack on military base in capital Reuters

Congo repels attack on military base in capital

UK activists demand memory day for ‘honour’ killing victims Joseph D'Urso

British campaigners demand day of memory for ‘honour’ killing victims

C. African Republic rebels demand partition in Brazzaville talks Reuters

Central African Republic rebels demand partition in Brazzaville talks

Kenya teenage sex plight: school dropout, no condoms, poverty Katy Migiro

Reviving Kenyan ‘return to school’ policy may end teenage mums’ poverty, ignorance

Italy arrests five for mass murder during boat crossing Reuters

Italy arrests five for mass murder during boat crossing

Monsoon floods in eastern India kill three, displace ... Jatindra Dash

Monsoon floods in eastern India kill three, displace thousands

Climate change wins precarious slot in proposed development goals Megan Rowling

Climate change wins precarious slot in proposed development goals

UK urges world to end “preventable evils” of FGM, child marriage Emma Batha

UK’s Cameron urges world to tackle “preventable evil” of FGM and child marriage

"No safe place for civilians" in Gaza, UN says Reuters

"No safe place for civilians" in Gaza, UN says

India faces crisis over dwindling numbers of girls, U.N. says Nita Bhalla

India faces crisis over dwindling numbers of girls, U.N. says

Britain plans new measures to prevent female genital mutilation Reuters

Britain plans new measures to prevent female genital mutilation

Taiwan battens down as second typhoon threatens region Reuters

Taiwan battens down as second typhoon threatens region

UN working group wants goal of ending AIDS epidemic by 2030-UNDP Katie Nguyen

UN working group wants goal of ending AIDS epidemic by 2030-UNDP

Britain sticks with tough carbon target despite opposition Reuters

Britain sticks with tough carbon target despite opposition

Swiss commodity traders dirty hands with Sub-Sahara Africa's oil Stella Dawson

Sub-Saharan Africa's biggest oil producers in shadowy state deals with Swiss commodity traders - report

Evicted residents wait to go to their new house, Venezuela REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Evicted residents of Tower of David wait for a bus to transport them to their new house in Caracas July 22, 2014

For Ethiopia, wildlife protection makes economic and climate sense E.G. Woldegebriel

For Ethiopia, wildlife protection makes economic and climate sense

Auditing the audit: Is U.S. Afghan inspector making a difference? Stella Dawson

U.S. Afghanistan inspector checks whether anyone has read his reports

India to investigate graft in healthcare after TV sting operation Reuters

India to investigate corruption in healthcare after TV sting operation

INSIGHT-Islamic State crushes and coerces on march towards Baghdad Reuters

INSIGHT-Islamic State crushes and coerces on march towards Baghdad

Philippine Catholic bishops tell Aquino to uphold constitution Reuters

Philippine Catholic bishops tell Aquino to uphold constitution

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Geldof says Australia aid cuts could have helped HIV battle
GSK seeks approval for world's first malaria vaccine
INTERVIEW - G20 sherpa gives green light on proposals to crack down on tax evasion
Two foreign aid workers killed in western Afghanistan
Rains and lack of toilets threaten to make South Sudan cholera epidemic even deadlier
INTERVIEW-Nigeria may have no polio cases next year, says Bill Gates
Bolivia's new law allowing child labour at 10 breaches international conventions - UNICEF
U.N. urges sustained effort to improve flagging development
Kerry pushes for Gaza truce as death toll tops 700
West African states pledge regional anti-Boko Haram force
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You need to educate dads if you want to end child marriage - Malala's father
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