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In India's Sheohar district, women are keen to talk about the safety that comes with having a toilet at home
Countries failing to turn good strategies into programmes that actually provide people with clean water and good sanitation
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Michel Sidibé claims the world has five years to break Aids for good or risk the epidemic rebounding out of control
Questions raised about Britain's relationship with Somalia as UN alleges misappropriation of funds and exploitation of loopholes in an arms embargo Continue reading...
People smugglers in Egypt and Libya are escaping justice by using children to ferry migrants to Europe, leaving the youngsters to face jail and huge fines
UN report says sharp rise in numbers of youngsters in poorest countries presents opportunities to boost economies and better people's lives
Ghoncheh Ghavami detained because of activities abroad and not for attending men's volleyball match, says prosecutor Continue reading...
Two-finger examination that leaves women traumatised, humiliated and in pain is listed as requirement to join force
'A woman has the right to dress the way she sees fit,' protestors proclaim, but many argue that 'scantily clad' women only have themselves to blame
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