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Thursday 19 September 2013
More than 100,000 displaced by fighting in southern Philippines
By Thin Lei Win | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
At least 97 people have been killed and scores hurt since rebels stormed into the port city of Zamboanga last week
Philippine army says Muslims rebels fleeing southern city
Southern violence a thorn in side of Philippines' booming economy
A Massachusetts Water Resources Authority wind turbine turns in front of a 1951 megawatt fossil fuel power plant
An aerial view of a flooded neighbourhood is seen in Acapulco
Free Syrian army fighters run down the stairs in Old Aleppo
Vehicles submerged in flood waters along the South Platte River in Colorado
Philippines-Mindanao conflict
International Rescue Committee (IRC)-USA
Reporters Without Borders
Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch
Tropical Storm Risk
Tropical Storm Risk
Tropical Storm Risk
By James Karuga | Fri, 20 Sep 2013
Pakistan tackles water crisis with rainwater harvesting
By Reuters | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
By Reuters | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
By Reuters | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
Syria war, refugees to cost Lebanon $7.5 bln - World Bank
UK's DEC Syria appeal hits 20 mln pounds, access a problem
By Reuters | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
By Reuters | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
UK's DEC Syria appeal hits 20 mln pounds, access a problem
Syrian rebels, Qaeda group clash near Turkish border ...
By Reuters | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
By Reuters | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
By Katie Nguyen | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
Russia's Putin hopeful on Syria chemical arms deal
Syrian rebels, Qaeda group clash near Turkish border ...
By Reuters | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
Saudi Arabia passes historic domestic abuse legislation
By Reuters | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
By Aamir Saeed | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
By Astrid Zweynert | Thu, 19 Sep 2013
New platform: seed-stage investing for social entrepreneurs
New database aims to add transparency to impact investing
Trust Women now CPD accredited for legal professionals
Evolving media models: A lesson from the New York Times
Images for Impact- How an image can trigger change
Could world's 'adaptation capital' be slow adapting?
A new climate change survey in Asia suggests Pakistanis are leading Bangladeshis in adaptation to changes
Iran cabinet disappoints women, ministry spokeswoman a plus
After promising in his election campaign to promote women’s rights and equality, Iran’s new president has sent mixed signals with his early senior appointments, but rights activists will keep pushing for more public posts for women
Female comedians raise laughs, destroy the stale male jibe ...
By Amelia Wong
When bad development happens to good people
Is there a happy medium between subsistence farming and low-paid labour for big business? In Cambodia, farmers-turned-low-paid labourers at plantations suffer higher food and job insecurity
What's the best way of communicating climate uncertainties?
Looking at climate change risks the same way we look at health or insurance risks may pay dividends in understanding
Leaders step up struggle to defeat three deadly diseases
Global Fund seeks cash to intensify the struggle to defeat AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, Liberia and Sweden promise to do all they can - and say women must have a stronger role in society
Climate-smart grass could hugely reduce emissions
By Georgina Smith, CIAT
By cutting livestock methane emissions while reducing the need for fertilizer, a tropical grass could reduce the “hoofprint” of livestock
Can rising Brazil middle class push rulers over corruption?
Pressure on Brazil's rulers to crack down on corruption and improve public services is mounting as the growing middle class flexes its muscles and demands improvements
Where legislative oversight of the defence sector fails
Even in the United States, a country with strong democratic traditions, the legislature struggles to hold the defence institution accountable for its actions when there are clear indications that they contravene national interest
ON THE AGENDA: War, peace and reflections on the Delhi rape
From an award-winning photojournalist's thoughts on the Syrian conflict to the crumbling health system in Central African Republic, take a look at what our correspondents will be reporting on this week
Will Turkana's aquifer be a blessing or a curse?
The vast new underground water stores under Kenya’s arid north are great news – unless they lead to pastoralists falling victim to corrupt land grabs
The land should feed the people first
By Anne-Sophie Gindroz
Countries with natural resources sought by huge multinationals should put the interests of their own people first, and not give away or sell cheaply the land on which millions depend for food and shelter
School in Thailand provides haven for young Burmese migrants
Organised, funded and staffed by Burmese migrant workers, a primary school on the outskirts of Bangkok aims to both educate children and reduce child labour
Can Guatemala's anti-graft commission leave positive legacy?
Ivan Velasquez, a former top judge in Colombia, takes over as the new chief of Guatemala’s International Commission against Impunity this month, charged with tackling rampant corruption and improving the justice system
We need fathers on board to end mother-child HIV infection
By Mary Mwanyika-Sando, MD
African countries need to adjust their healthcare systems and update their national policies to reduce the barriers to men’s participation in HIV/AIDS treatment programmes
World Water Week 2013: Lone Ranger vs. Perfect Partner
Signs of progress at the Stockholm conference but there are key areas where more must be done to meet the challenges of a growing global population
How do you punish a crooked public company?
How should corporate wrongdoing be punished - are fines unfair on shareholders, or should they, as owners of the firm, share responsibility for corporate governance?
Indonesia president delivers promised REDD+ agency
New decree aims to fulfill a 2010 deal with Norway
Should a green economy be a growing one?
By Lord Julian Hunt, UK Parliament
Despite increased popularity of the green growth approach, it poses challenges for experts, decision-makers and communities - no more so than in China
$10 billion for climate resilience?
Why it’s important to be careful with numbers

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