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2014/11/22 12:37
2014/11/22 12:37
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... Michaela del Callar, PNA and U.S. News Agency / Asian Australia Tuesday increased its humanitarian assistance to the victims of Typhoon Pablo to AUS $ 7.3 million or about P 307 million. Its...
2014/11/22 12:37
2014/11/22 12:37
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2014/11/21 17:45
2014/11/21 17:45
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Rigiatu Kamara (R), 38, who has recovered from the Ebola virus disease poses in her house in Kenema, Sierra Leone, on August 26, 2014. (Photo by Mohammed Elshamy/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images) Rigiatu...
2014/11/21 09:30
2014/11/21 09:30
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Thank you, Chairman Royce, Ranking Member Engel, and members of the Committee for the opportunity to discuss the U.S. and international response to the ongoing Ebola epidemic in West Africa. Today,...
2014/11/20 22:46
2014/11/20 22:46
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Another refugee and internally displaced person crisis is looming in the Horn of Africa. This time it is coming from and taking place in South Sudan. Having been independent for just over three years...
2014/11/20 22:36
2014/11/20 22:36
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The most controversial aspect of restaurant darling Rose's Luxury is that it doesn't take reservations. The only way you can guarantee a seat in advance is if you reserve the roof garden, which sells...
2014/11/20 14:53
2014/11/20 14:53
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The United Nations has called for the release of a staff member who was kidnapped in violence-hit South Sudan in October. The UN World Food Program (WFP), which provides aid to hundreds of thousands...
2014/11/20 13:29
2014/11/20 13:29
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Political leaders are meeting in Rome for a three-day UN conference on malnutrition. To find out more about the conference, DW spoke to Martin Bloem, World Food Program nutrition advisor. DW: The UN...
2014/11/19 10:30
2014/11/19 10:30
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President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has expressed delight that most Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs) around Monrovia are experiencing a decline in patient intake. The President, however, warned Liberians to...
2014/11/18 10:19
2014/11/18 10:19
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A social media campaign to bring awareness to a heavily persecuted Muslim minority in Myanmar, also known as Burma, has borne some fruit: In his official visit to the country last week, President...
2014/11/15 11:36
2014/11/15 11:36
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BBC News - Viewpoint: Pakistan's social services are collapsing For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page The government declared famine in...
2014/11/15 11:25
2014/11/15 11:25
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As part of UNMEER, WHO — along with GoL, GoSL and NGOS like IMC and MSF — has been fighting the EVD crisis, making sure doctors correctly put on PPEs according to CDC guidelines. Meanwhile WFP is...
2014/11/15 03:54
2014/11/15 03:54
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The United Nations says nearly five million people in Mali are starving due to a combination of drought and political instability plaguing the impoverished West African country. “Mali has been going...
2014/11/15 00:42
2014/11/15 00:42
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Half a million refugees in Kenya are being forced to go on half rations as the World Food Program scrambles for funding amid an unprecedented number of major emergencies around the globe. Senior...
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2014/11/14 09:22
2014/11/14 09:22
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There was dancing in the streets of Juba when South Sudan gained independence on July 9, 2011. But the infant nation's lofty hopes are being sorely tested. Tarmac roads are scarce in Juba, the...
2014/11/13 20:39
2014/11/13 20:39
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Can a wasp feed the world? It can help. If its larvae are nurtured near millet fields where a devastating moth steals harvests from the field, they can grow to become predators that destroy the pests...
2014/11/13 18:22
2014/11/13 18:22
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The Democratic Republic of Congo: The forgotten raged war As our country debates whether or not we are at war with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, most people are unaware of the ongoing,...
2014/11/13 12:22
2014/11/13 12:22
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Warning that the world was growing numb to the worsening crisis in Syria and Iraq, in which at least 13.6 million people had been displaced from their homes, the United Nations appealed to Western...
2014/11/13 03:19
2014/11/13 03:19
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Sogbondo Raylo carries a bundle of freshly harvested rice on her head in Foya, Liberia. The Ebola crisis caused farmers to plant their rice later than usual. (Michel du Cille/The Washington Post...
2014/11/12 16:19
2014/11/12 16:19
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Once, Burma's majority Buddhists and minority Rohingya Muslims lived peacefully. Today, many Rohingya have been closed off in a refugee camp for more than two years after a wave of religious violence...
2014/11/12 04:38
2014/11/12 04:38
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Although India says it "has its own plate full of developmental challenges", it pledged contributions of over $9.2 million for UN development activities in 2015. Announcing the pledges earmarked for...
2014/11/22 12:37
2014/11/22 12:37
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