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Ghana, Kenya and Malawi to test young children's malaria vaccine

Three African countries have been chosen to test the world's first malaria vaccine, the World Health Organization announced Monday.
from Daily Telegraph on Apr 24, 2017.

Fashion brands 'not transparent' on labour and environment

Many big fashion brands still do not reveal enough information about their impact on workers' lives or on the environment, says the Fashion Transparency Index.
from Belfast Telegraph on Apr 24, 2017.

Brazilians challenge Anglo American tailings dam expansion

The world’s tenth-largest mining company, Anglo American, is being challenged by communities affected by its iron ore mine in Brazil.
from London Mining Networtk on Apr 24, 2017.

'Peace as well as aid' needed to avert Yemen famine

More money is urgently needed to ease the humanitarian suffering in Yemen but aid alone is no substitute for reviving peace efforts, says Oxfam.
from Oxfam on Apr 24, 2017.

May stands by 0.7% aid commitment - but spending may shift

The UK's commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of gross national income on aid "will remain", says Prime Minister Theresa May - but how it's spent will be reviewed.
from The Independent on Apr 21, 2017.

One-third of traders said to be flouting Hong Kong ivory regulations

Traders at 27 of Hong Kong's 76 licensed ivory markets encourage buyers to smuggle ivory out of the city without the appropriate export permits, a survey claims.
from TRAFFIC, WWF on Apr 21, 2017.

'Over 150 child migrants' die in Mediterranean on journey to Italy

More than 150 children have died crossing the Central Mediterranean from North Africa to Italy this year, with many other deaths probably unreported, says UN.
from UNICEF on Apr 21, 2017.

Communities to challenge Anglo American's Brazil mine

Mining giant Anglo American will face challenges from communities affected by its Brazilian iron ore mine at its London AGM.
from London Mining Network on Apr 21, 2017.

Four women honoured for fight against neglected tropical diseases

Women from Uganda, Nigeria and Yemen have been honoured for their role in the fight against 10 tropical diseases.
from Uniting to Combat Neglected Tropical Diseases on Apr 20, 2017.

Hunt for notorious LRA leader Joseph Kony is over

The hunt for Joseph Kony, leader of the notorious Lord’s Resistance Army, infamous for chopping off limbs and deploying child soldiers, is over, says the Uganda army.
from The Citizen on Apr 20, 2017.
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