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15/02/2019

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01/02/2019
Many children in Syria have only known a life of war and conflict.

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29/01/2019
At least 180 000 children are thought to be working across Lebanon, many of them are Syrians. With more than half of Syrian refugees living in extreme poverty, some parents feel they have no choice but to send their children to work in order to put...

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Uganda education
23/01/2019
Zoka Central Primary School in Uganda’s West Nile region had closed down, but after a massive influx of South Sudanese refugees the school re-opened.

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04/12/2018
Over 3 million Venezuelans have now fled their homeland*, hoping to escape a staggering 87 percent poverty rate, dire scarcity of food and essential medicine, an expected 1 million percent inflation rate for the year as well as record homicide rates...

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30/11/2018
Idyllic as their location may seem, Madagascar and Mozambique are regularly battered by cyclones and other extreme weather. New drone technology has the potential to help communities in both countries better withstand these disasters. EU...

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21/11/2018
Ongoing conflicts in central and eastern Africa continue to displace thousands of people, a majority of whom are women and children.

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Volcan de Fuego eruptions in Guatemala
05/10/2018
On 3 June 2018, Guatemala’s Fuego volcano blew up in one of the most violent series of eruptions in a century.

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17/09/2018
Seven years after the world’s youngest nation gained independence, fighting, sexual violence and human rights abuses continue unabated in South Sudan.

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