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The Democratic Republic of Congo has confirmed the first case of Ebola

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The Democratic Republic of Congo has confirmed the first case of Ebola

The World Health Organization (WHO) said the case could be a "game-changer" given the city's population of more than two million.

20 million children missed out on life-saving vaccines in 2018

Vaccination coverage has remained the same for almost 10 years.

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Snack bars will be the first line to use recyclable paper wrappers that can biodegrade in six months.

Anorexia stems from body as well as mind

The origins of the eating disorder anorexia nervosa are in both the mind and the body, according to an international study.

Earliest modern human found outside Africa

Researchers have found the earliest example of our species (modern humans) outside Africa.

England: 2 million plastic bags are still handed out every day by small shops

Campaigners want the government to double the charge and roll it out to all businesses.

Air pollution contributed to the deaths of at least 1.2 million Indians in 2017

The concentration of tiny particulate matter (known as PM2.5) in India is eight times the World Health Organization's standard.

Mexico: Violence against girls carried out by family members on rise

Almost 700,000 young women experienced some form of family violence in 2015.


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Red Shoe Movement | The movement behind #RedShoeTuesday

Red Shoe Movement | The movement behind #RedShoeTuesday

Building the world we dream.

Building the world we dream.

Ntirho Hi Twanano (trabajo en unión)

Ntirho Hi Twanano (trabajo en unión)

Ashoka's dream of empower new social leaders

Ashoka's dream of empower new social leaders

The coal mine that ate a forest

More than a third of Germany's electricity is still produced by burning coal - mostly dirty brown lignite - and environmental activists are ...

The world could save $1 billion a day by breastfeeding more

Breastfeeding can help prevent diarrhea and pneumonia, two major causes of infant death.

World's biggest iceberg is on the move

It's two years since the monster block of ice known as A68 broke free from Antarctica.

663 million children lack access to basic human rights

Multidimensional poverty considers things like access to food and clean water.

How hot cities could be in 2050

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India's water scarcity crisis

Crisis affects disproportionately to the poorest neighborhoods. Those who can afford it still have access to seemingly unlimited water.