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A parent’s worst nightmare- a critically sick baby and no medical help. But in Palestine and Israel, a heart-warming venture is not only saving children's lives but also crossing borders and uniting enemies.
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8th March marks International Women’s Day. In this video Usha Rai, a female doctor from India now in her 70th year, discusses how her family supported her dream to study medicine, and the importance of educating girls...
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India is taking the lead in mitigating climate change by using solar energy to power its cities.
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Electronic waste or e-waste is becoming one of the largest rubbish streams in the world.
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The Central African Republic is a small country in the midst of an almost forgotten crisis.
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After almost 50 years of military rule, Myanmar, formerly known as Burma in Southeast Asia, is witnessing sweeping change.
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When the Arab Spring brought on regime change in Egypt between 2010 and 2011, it was hoped that benefits of the revolution would reach local people, such as those living in the rural regions of Upper Egypt.
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Thousands of displaced Syrians have fled neighbouring countries for Europe as the four year long civil war continues. Overwhelmed by the steady flow of refugees, European nations have secured their borders. UNHCR is a...
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In Cambodia, as in many places around the world, development threatens homes. Over 120,000 people in Phnom Penh have been evicted from their homes since 1990. But with support from UN Women, female community leaders a...
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Yemen has been consumed by violence since 2014 when warring factions began a fight for control of the country. Hundreds of civilians have been killed, thousands injured, and over a million displaced as a result of the...