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As risks rise in Burundi, refuge in Tanzania is no longer secure

As risks rise in Burundi, refuge in Tanzania is no longer secure

Once held up as a model for resettlement, Tanzanian government policy is hardening at just the wrong time.

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Analysis: Analyzing Australia's aid trajectory

Analysis: Analyzing Australia's aid trajectory

Australia’s aid budget of 4.2 billion Australian dollars ($3.12 billion), released on May 8 in Canberra, received a thumbs down from the development sector.

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In Pictures: Israeli forces kill dozens of Palestinians in Gaza 'massacre'

In Pictures: Israeli forces kill dozens of Palestinians in Gaza 'massacre'

Highest Palestinian death toll in a day since rallies dubbed the Great March of Return began at the fence with Israel.

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Dial for help: The surprise hotline helping quake survivors in Papua New Guinea

Dial for help: The surprise hotline helping quake survivors in Papua New Guinea

More than two months after Papua New Guinea’s strongest earthquake in almost a century, stranded survivors are turning to an unexpected lifeline: a small domestic violence hotline run by a non-governm...

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Back in the flow

Back in the flow

After El Niño, farmers in Peru learn how to bounce back from disaster.

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Aid groups in Congo fear political tensions could impede their work

Aid groups in Congo fear political tensions could impede their work

Diplomatic spats and a government push to manage international funds may mean less help for the 13.1 million people in need.

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Opinion: India's forests are under threat

Opinion: India's forests are under threat

A new forest policy in India denies rights to forest-dwelling communities and could usher in more deforestation.

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Large ash falls and acid rain from Vanuatu volcano

Large ash falls and acid rain from Vanuatu volcano

GNS scientists helping to monitor an erupting volcano in Vanuatu say large ash falls and acid rain are damaging crops, water supplies and buildings.

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The Yazidis who never came down the mountain

The Yazidis who never came down the mountain

In 2014 50,000 Yazidi fled massacre in northwestern Iraq. Four years later, more than 2,000 families, some 10,000 people, still live on the mountain in a camp with scant facilities.

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Opinion: Zimbabwe is confronting its past head-on. We are ready to embrace the world

Opinion: Zimbabwe is confronting its past head-on. We are ready to embrace the world

On its 38th anniversary of independence, Zimbabwe's new government looks to the future.

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