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UN Boss Says World Must do ‘whatever it Takes’ to ensure recovery of Ebola-affected Countries

Written on:December 6, 2014
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UN Boss,Ban Ki-moon

ICC Prosecutor Says ‘Dark Day for Justice’ by Dropping Charges Against Kenyan President

Written on:December 6, 2014
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President Uhuru Kenyatta appeared at the Status conference at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague on 8 October 2014. Photo: ICC-CPI

Dispatches: Wake up US, Ferguson Calling

Written on:November 27, 2014
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utside the Ferguson Police Department in Ferguson, Missouri, November 24, 2014. A St. Louis County grand jury chose not to indict Ferguson policeman Darren Wilson in the Aug. 9 shooting death of Michael Brown, 18, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch said. © 2014 Reuters

Structural Reforms Can Help Poorest Countries Break ‘Vicious’ Economic Circle

Written on:November 27, 2014
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Mothers and their infant children at the Mwandama Millennium Village, Malawi. UN Photo/Evan Schneider

DR.Congo Police Executes 19-Year-Old

Written on:November 21, 2014
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Congolese police taking part in Operation Likofi in Kinshasa on December 2, 2013.

Bank Donates Money to fight Ebola in Liberia

Written on:November 21, 2014
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President Sirleaf meets with the UBA Liberia delegation (r) where they made an additional donation of US$300,000 to the fight against Ebola. Photo Credit: James M.Garresen / Executive Mansion

UNICEF Says Leveraging Innovation Key to Advancing Progress on Child Rights

Written on:November 21, 2014
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Thirty million children can’t go back to school because of a record number of conflicts and crises. Photo: UNICEF/Kate Holt

Charles Ghankay Taylor and Firestone Liberia

Written on:November 19, 2014
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Charles Taylor in 1990 (Pascal Guyot/AFP/Getty Images)

Liberia to Demolish Illegally Built Structures Over Drainages

Written on:November 18, 2014
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President Sirleaf tours deplorable UN Drive, Bushrod Island flanked by outgoing Minister Weeks (l) and Deputy Minister - Technical Affairs Langley (r) Photo Credit: James M.Garresen / Executive Mansion

UN Boss urges Leaders to Protect People from Persecution

Written on:November 18, 2014
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Children from Cape Town, South Africa in the 1980s, when inter-racial marriage was illegal in the country
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