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Food barges reach displaced people in South Sudan

Barges carrying food have reached Malakal in South Sudan’s Upper Nile state bringing aid to thousands of people displaced by conflict.

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Protecting women human rights defenders

A social media campaign by the UN is honouring women human rights defenders worldwide and raising awareness about the dangers of the job.

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Leasing set to boost business in South Sudan

Running a small or medium sized business in South Sudan is set to become more straightforward following support from the International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank.

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Photographers try to humanize life in Jordan refugee camp.

From an aerial view the Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan looks like a prison camp, totally dehumanized.

That’s according to documentary photographer Nina Berman.

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Lessons of the Holocaust revisited at the United Nations

Lessons of the Holocaust perpetrated by Nazi Germany at Auschwitz-Birkenau camp during the Second World War were revisited at the United Nations on Wednesday.

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Funds running out in battle against Madagascar's locusts

The battle against an ongoing plague of locusts in Madagascar risks being lost as funds run out for operations to control them, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has warned.

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Tracing Ebola “difficult and dangerous” job

Finding people in Guinea who have come in contact with a family member or friend infected with Ebola is not only difficult but it’s dangerous, according to the UN.

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Afghan people contribute to peace dialogue

More than 6,000 people from across Afghanistan have been describing how they think peace can be brought to the troubled country.

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Making public schools in Guinea safe from Ebola

Children returning to school in Guinea after a three month closure due to Ebola are learning how to stay safe from the deadly disease, the UN Children’s Fund says.

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Future of global economy looks “mediocre”

The global economic outlook looks worse than it did in the last quarter of 2014, despite the sharp fall in oil prices across the world.

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