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Sexual harassment rife in Europe's parliaments Emma Batha

Sexual harassment rife in Europe's parliaments - report

'Too easy' to groom children as drug mules in UK Kieran Guilbert

'Too easy' to groom children as drug mules, says UK ex-gangster

Hunger pushes Congo's children into sex work and mines Inna Lazareva

Rising hunger pushes Congo's children into sex work and mines - charities

Beans too costly as conflict sends food costs rocketing Sonia Elks

Plate of beans too costly for some as conflict sends food costs rocketing

Food wasted by rich nations could end world hunger Thin Lei Win

Food wasted by rich nations could end world hunger - U.N.

Rich nations must eat less meat to tackle climate change Thin Lei Win

Rich nations must eat less meat to tackle climate change - campaigners

Rise in reported LGBT+ hate crime in UK a 'wake-up call' Emma Batha

Rise in reported LGBT+ hate crime in UK a 'wake-up call'

Nigerian midwife killed by militants is mourned Reuters

Nigerian midwife killed by militants is mourned

Anti-gay teachings 'mainstream' in Australian churches Sonia Elks

Anti-gay teachings 'mainstream' in Australian churches, report finds

Hurricane strands many in Florida's poor backcountry Reuters

Hurricane strands many in Florida Panhandle's poor, rural backcountry

Uganda says landslide death toll rises to 43, begins relocations Reuters

Uganda says landslide death toll rises to 43, begins relocations

FEATURE -Salmon fishing in the U.S. - new threats to age-old... Gregory Scruggs

FEATURE -Salmon fishing in the U.S. - new threats to age-old Native life

Staying safe from climate risks makes financial sense - commission Laurie Goering

Staying safe from climate risks makes financial sense, says new commission

With solar panels, Bangladesh inches toward green power goal Syful Islam

With solar farms and roof panels, Bangladesh inches toward green power goal

Northbound migrant group doubles in size, enters Guatemala Reuters

Northbound migrant group doubles in size, enters Guatemala

Cambodia construction boom built on 'blood bricks' and slavery Jared Ferrie

Cambodia construction boom built on 'blood bricks' and slavery - report

Indonesian transgender women find haven in Islamic boarding school Reuters

In Indonesia, transgender women find haven in Islamic boarding school

Aid worker killed in Nigeria after Islamists' deadline expires Reuters

Aid worker killed in Nigeria after Islamists' deadline expires -government

Yemen conflict could push millions more to brink of famine Reuters

Yemen conflict could push millions more to brink of famine -UN

Beer lovers face price spikes, shortages as climate changes Reuters

Beer lovers face price spikes, shortages as climate changes -study

New Hungary law bans rough sleepers, rights groups complain Reuters

New Hungary law bans rough sleepers, rights groups complain

Indian quarry slavery survivors welcome stiff sentence Anuradha Nagaraj

Indian rock quarry slavery survivors welcome stiff sentence for their captors

Indian minister sues woman alleging sexual harassment Reuters

Indian minister sues woman alleging sexual harassment for defamation

Same-sex penguin couple incubate egg at Sydney aquarium Reuters

Same-sex penguin couple incubate egg at Sydney aquarium

Crowdfunded solar panels aim to supercharge business in Africa Maina Waruru

Crowdfunded solar panels aim to supercharge business in Africa

Rice gene bank secures funding to fight climate change Michael Taylor

World's largest rice gene bank secures funding to fight climate change

UK asks experts to advise on net zero emissions climate target Reuters

Britain asks experts to advise on net zero emissions climate target

Indigenous Indians fight deforestation threat with gourmet coffee Rina Chandran

Indigenous Indians fight deforestation threat with gourmet coffee

Full steam ahead: India first women-run train station blazes trail Annie Banerji

Full steam ahead: India's first women-run train station blazes a trail

International aid saves 700 mln lives but gains at risk Reuters

International aid saves 700 mln lives but gains at risk -report

Islamic State in Nigeria might soon kill hostages - ICRC Reuters

Islamic State in Nigeria might soon kill health workers, schoolgirl - ICRC

Zika cases spike in India's Jaipur as peak tourist season nears Reuters

Zika virus cases spike in India's Jaipur as peak tourist season nears

Twenty-two killed as truck carrying migrants crashes in Turkey Reuters

Twenty-two killed as truck carrying migrants crashes in Turkey

Death toll rises to 20 after suicide bombings in southern Somalia Reuters

Death toll rises to 20 after suicide bombings in southern Somalia

Hopes fade for more survivors of Hurricane Michael Reuters

Hopes fade for more survivors of Hurricane Michael

Congolese migrants flood home, Angola denies claims of crackdown Reuters

Congolese migrants flood home, Angola denies claims of brutal crackdown

Air strikes kill 10 civilians in Yemen's Hodeidah province -medics Reuters

Air strikes kill 10 civilians in Yemen's Hodeidah province -medics

Death toll in Afghanistan election rally blast at least 22 Reuters

Death toll in Afghanistan election rally blast climbs to at least 22 -officials

Without captions, Hurricane Michael warnings didn't reach disabled Reuters

Without captions, warnings about Hurricane Michael failed to reach disabled

Indonesia flash floods, landslides kill at least 21 Reuters

Indonesia flash floods, landslides kill at least 21, destroy hundreds of homes

U.N. urges Australia to evacuate offshore refugees Reuters

United Nations urges Australia to evacuate offshore refugees over health crisis

Australia seeks to ban schools from expelling gay students Reuters

Australia seeks to ban schools from expelling gay students

Mexican police probe suspected trafficking on US-Mexico border Oscar Lopez

Mexican police probe suspected trafficking along US-Mexico border

U.N. employee in eastern Congo tests positive for Ebola Reuters

U.N. employee in eastern Congo tests positive for Ebola

Three migrants found dead off Spanish coast - rescuers Reuters

Three migrants found dead off Spanish coast - rescuers

Six Palestinians killed in border protests - Gaza health officials Reuters

Six Palestinians killed in border protests - Gaza health officials

Madagascar guides fret about the future as loggers destroy forests Reuters

Madagascar guides fret about the future as loggers destroy forests

Hurricane Michael's death toll could rise as searches intensify Reuters

Hurricane Michael's death toll could rise as Florida searches intensify

UN says 833 children released by Nigerian militia group Reuters

UN says 833 children released by Nigerian militia group

Can ethical business secure peace in the Philippines? Lee Mannion

Lawyer hopes ethical business can secure peace in the Philippines

UN experts say Saudi Arabia must release women's rights activists Reuters

UN experts say Saudi Arabia must release women's rights activists

One year in, #Metoo finding fresh battlefields worldwide Ellen Wulfhorst

One year in, #Metoo finding fresh battlefields worldwide

#Metoo surge of women's voices marks milestone Ellen Wulfhorst

#Metoo surge of women's voices marks milestone

Taliban restore Red Cross security guarantee in Afghanistan Reuters

Taliban restore Red Cross security guarantee in Afghanistan

Keira Knightley brings period drama 'Colette' to rainy London Reuters

Keira Knightley brings period drama 'Colette' to rainy London

Buckle up: India's first trans cabbie revs up for equality Annie Banerji

Buckle up: India's first trans cabbie revs up for equality

Indian state wins prize for being 100% organic Thin Lei Win

Indian state wins prize for showing 100% organic 'no longer a pipe dream'

Landslide kills 31 in eastern Uganda Reuters

Landslide kills 31 in eastern Uganda

Indonesia's double disaster exposes quake lessons not learned Reuters

Indonesia's double disaster exposes earthquake lessons not learned

Could developing-world cities make or break the 1.5C warming goal? Megan Rowling

Could developing-world cities make or break the 1.5C warming goal?

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Sexual harassment rife in Europe's parliaments - report
'Too easy' to groom children as drug mules, says UK ex-gangster
Rising hunger pushes Congo's children into sex work and mines - charities
Plate of beans too costly for some as conflict sends food costs rocketing
Food wasted by rich nations could end world hunger - U.N.
Rich nations must eat less meat to tackle climate change - campaigners
Rise in reported LGBT+ hate crime in UK a 'wake-up call'
Nigerian midwife killed by militants is mourned
Anti-gay teachings 'mainstream' in Australian churches, report finds
Hurricane strands many in Florida Panhandle's poor, rural backcountry
Uganda says landslide death toll rises to 43, begins relocations
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