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Pakistan quake toll reaches 515, insurgents hamper aid efforts
By Reuters | Sat, 28 Sep 2013
A 6.8 magnitude aftershock jolts the same region, bringing down more buildings amid ongoing search and rescue efforts. Local officials said it was likely the second quake had caused more deaths
A sheet covers a damaged road from snipers in Sheikh Maksoud, Aleppo, Syria
An earthquake survivor searches for her belongings, following the quake in Awaran, Pakistan
Pre-election communal violence takes place in the Taouyah neighbourhood of Guinea's capital Conakry
The rubble of a house is seen after it collapsed following the quake in the town of Awaran, in Pakistan
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Doctors of the World UK- Medecins du Monde (MDM) -
By Reuters | Sat, 28 Sep 2013
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Life in limbo for the displaced of Damascus
UN probing more Syria chemical attacks, inspections to start
By Reuters | Fri, 27 Sep 2013
FACTBOX--Findings from U.N. report on climate change
By Megan Rowling | Fri, 27 Sep 2013
By Nelson Renteria | Fri, 27 Sep 2013
Climate-hit Zimbabwe farmers opt for traditional crops
By Reuters | Fri, 27 Sep 2013
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By Aung Hla Tun | Fri, 27 Sep 2013
Myanmar to get more profit from controversial Chinese-backed...
Myanmar pipeline fuels fighting, rights abuses in ethnic ...
By Reuters | Fri, 27 Sep 2013
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Europe aid chief urges UN resolution on Syria relief access
Poor and desperate, Syrian refugees beg on Yemen's streets
The Guardian interviews Thomson Reuters Foundation CEO
Trust Women now CPD accredited for legal professionals
Evolving media models: A lesson from the New York Times
The numbers must add up in development financing
By Steve Lewis
There are two major questions being asked in New York this week: what will come next in the new development framework and how can this crucial work be paid for
The effect of El Salvadorian abortion laws on the vulnerable
By Eleanor Klibanoff
An El Savadorian teenager speaks out about her fears after she decided to have a secret and illegal abortion following her rape
Geoengineering rules needed sooner rather than later
We should have governance of climate change’s �?Plan B’ in place before it becomes a reality
High-end fashion aids low-income women
Fashion 4 Development harnesses the power of international fashion brands to promote sustainable economic growth, create jobs, nurture design talent and preserve traditional skills and cultural heritage around the world
Maria: raped, pregnant, and expelled from school at age 13
Tanzanian schoolgirls frequently undergo forced pregnancy tests, then face expulsion
Feudal past discourages Ethiopian farmers
Security in land tenure is key to encouraging tree planting
West Africa adopts regional approach to manage forests
Fifteen West African countries agree to work together across borders to protect and manage the region’s forests and wildlife
Extracting value
By Nick Phythian, TRF training consultant
Spotlight on Africa's resources boom
Economic reporting in fast-changing Myanmar
By Ros Russell & Mathieu Robbins
Transforming business news - in Burmese
Reforming the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
More frequent reports, more boldness and more funds are needed, says former IPCC report author
Can Tanzania make its civil service more transparent?
Can Tanzania live up to its promises to cut red tape in its civil service?
Migration, governance shape climate resilience in Tajikistan
Uneven distribution of water and fuel across Central Asia, combined with heavy reliance on remittances from migration, poses significant risks to stability
Hillary Clinton: Empowering women is "unfinished business"
Educating girls is investment in the future of nations, global leaders said at this year's Clinton Global Initiative
Philanthro-teens and social good
What happens when "big ideas meet new media to create innovative solutions"?
Why we must end the plight of 12 million “nowhere people”
Nischal has never had a country to call home. He is stateless and has spent most of his life in a legal limbo.
Investing in a future for Africa's women
"The tide is turning against the world's deadliest and most infectious diseases - HIV tuberculosis and malaria," Malawian president says
"Infidel" Kuwaiti artist defies threats to expose hypocrisy
Kuwait's award-winning artist, Shurooq Amin, paints taboo subjects despite death threats, censorship
Busting some myths about land title, women and poverty
The idea that giving women title to land they farm would ease their poverty leads to complex discoveries, such as the power of customary law and tradition to keep men in control, and the irrelevance of land title where governments are weak or corrupt
UK seizes pivotal moment to defeat disease with Global Fund
By Onyebuchi Chukwu
With its robust investment, the U.K. has joined other investors in the frontlines of the fight against disease, playing a big part in making it possible for us to be the generation that will defeat AIDS, TB and malaria
Asylum seekers face 'defeat and hopelessness' in detention
Detention centres can have a serious impact on the mental health of asylum seekers, experts say in the latest edition of Forced Migration Review

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