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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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Why are Armenians protesting against the new prime minister?

Why are Armenians protesting against the new prime minister?

Tens of thousands take to the streets against nomination and appointment of ex-president Serzh Sargsyan as PM.

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OECD Report: Working Together for Local Integration of Migrants and Refugees

OECD Report: Working Together for Local Integration of Migrants and Refugees

Effectively managed, migration produces a host of positive impacts at the local and national level. The OECD's new report on successful integration envisions how we can get there.

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Insuring nature to ensure a resilient future

Insuring nature to ensure a resilient future

Mexico is spearheading an innovative approach to conservation under climate change that will see vital ecosystems are restored after extreme storms hit.

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Tearfund reports on the situation in a Rohingya refugee camp

Tearfund reports on the situation in a Rohingya refugee camp

More than 800,000 Rohingya people are currently seeking refuge in makeshift camps in Bangladesh - making it the world's fastest growing refugee crisis.

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Resetting the Pacific relationship

Resetting the Pacific relationship

More money is necessary to transform our relationship with the Pacific beyond aid, but re-setting the relationship requires more than money.

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Wheat in heat: the 'crazy idea' that could combat food insecurity

Wheat in heat: the 'crazy idea' that could combat food insecurity

After four years of trials, scientists have found a wheat variety that can grow quickly and survive in sub-Saharan heat

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Study counts lives saved with push for 1.50C climate target

Study counts lives saved with push for 1.50C climate target

Public health benefits of very low carbon policies are "enormous”, with estimates that clean energy could prevent 150 million deaths from air pollution.

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Social welfare has lifted 50 million out of poverty, World Bank says

Social welfare has lifted 50 million out of poverty, World Bank says

"Social safety net programs matter if we want to reduce poverty and inequality".

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Business leaders at UN forum challenged to invest

Business leaders at UN forum challenged to invest

Partnering for social good could unlock economic opportunities “worth up to $12 trillion and increase employment by up to 380 million jobs by 2030.”

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