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Cameroon's descent into crisis: the long history of anglophone discord

Cameroon's descent into crisis: the long history of anglophone discord

Cameroon’s anglophone crisis reached a new low at the weekend when at least 17 people were shot dead by security forces and 50 wounded, according to Amnesty International.

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Volcano island residents afraid to return

Volcano island residents afraid to return

Disaster authorities in Vanuatu are considering how to look after thousands of homeless evacuees if the Ambae volcano's activity does not die down.

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New government must respond to tides of change - Caritas

New government must respond to tides of change - Caritas

Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand has published its fourth annual State of the Environment for Oceania report, and are calling for the next government to better respond to environmental change.

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Cooks to be first Pacific country with 'developed' status

Cooks to be first Pacific country with 'developed' status

Finance Minister Mark Brown says he expects it to affect at least some of the foreign aid the Cooks gets.

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United Nations refuses to accept West Papua independence petition

United Nations refuses to accept West Papua independence petition

United Nations says it will not 'do anything against Indonesia'

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Global development trends and challenges: horizon 2025 revisited

Global development trends and challenges: horizon 2025 revisited

The Overseas Development Institute (ODI) considers the enormous changes to development financing

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Displaced and without their cows: the Fulani in CAR

Displaced and without their cows: the Fulani in CAR

Continued violence in the Central African Republic is not only uprooting livelihoods -
it is critically damaging identities.

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How solar energy saved a Puerto Rican farm from Hurricane Maria

How solar energy saved a Puerto Rican farm from Hurricane Maria

Investment in solar power could boost resilience to extreme weather events - flower grower Hector Santiago tells his story.

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Vanuatu authorities plead for international help

Vanuatu authorities plead for international help

New Zealand is sending more supplies to Vanuatu following the evacuation of the island of Ambae

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Indonesian women as ‘hidden financial managers’

Indonesian women as ‘hidden financial managers’

A recent survey reveals the pivotal role Indonesian women play in overseeing household finances, providing insight in to designing financial services for the future.

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