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Hungry monkeys raid farms in north India as forests shrink

Hungry monkeys raid farms in north India as forests shrink

JAMMU, India (Thomas Reuters Foundation) - Panicked monkeys jump off an orange tree and disappear fast as angry children pelt them with stones and shout abuse. Crackers are let off in the distance, and more kids rush out to a nearby field, dotted ... AlertNet, 2 weeks ago

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Three flight games found deleted from MH 370 pilot's simulator Kuala Lumpur,March 19, 2014| UPDATED17:07 IST A Chinese relative of a passenger aboard a missing Malaysia Airlines plane is carried out by security officials as she protests before a press conference at a hotel in Sepang on ...
 InToday4 weeks ago

Book Talk: Ian Buruma on the forgotten lessons of 1945 (Reuters)

By Thomas Escritt THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Born to a Dutch father and a British mother, Ian Buruma was first known as a specialist in Japan and Asia more broadly, pursuing an eclectic career that included acting and dancing in 1970s Tokyo. He ...
 Yahoo! News Australia2 weeks ago

Scripps Howard Awards honor nation's best 2013 journalism

/PRNewswire/ -- The Scripps Howard Foundation is proud to announce the winners and finalists of its annual Scripps Howard Awards, honoring the best work in the communications industry and journalism education in 2013. Established in 1953, the ...
 Nasdaq4 weeks ago

Street children numbers to go through the roof as growth fuels inequality, campaigner says

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) The number of street children will go through the roof in coming years as economic growth fuels inequality, said a leading advocate for children living on the streets. Contrary to the common perception that ...
 AlertNet6 days ago Street children numbers to "go through the roof" as growth fuels inequality, campaigner says  AlertNet6 days ago

WHO issues its first hepatitis C treatment guidelines

Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. WHO has issued its first guidance for the treatment of hepatitis C, a chronic infection that affects an estimated 130 million to 150 million ...
 AlertNet1 week ago WHO issues new guidance on how to provide contraceptive information and service  AlertNet1 month ago

Fears for global health R&D after US budget battle

Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. Future research and development targeting diseases such as HIV,tuberculosis and malaria may be at risk because of across-the-board federal cuts ...
 AlertNet2 weeks ago Sustainable rural development needs a roadmap  AlertNet2 weeks ago 7 million premature deaths annually linked to air pollution  AlertNet3 weeks ago 140000 people to get cholera vaccine in South Sudan  AlertNet1 month ago

District of Columbia mayor tainted by corruption loses re-election bid

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray lost his re-election bid on Tuesday after a criminal investigation into the financing of his 2010 campaign that has snared three of his former officials left a taint of ...
 AlertNet2 weeks ago

Burkina Faso bucks worsening hunger trend before crucial referendum

OUAGADOUGOU (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Burkina Faso says it has reduced hunger in the country at a time when neighbouring Sahel nations have undergone the worst food crisis in decades, prompting scepticism among aid officials ahead of a crucial ...
 AlertNet3 weeks ago Burkina Faso, eyeing referendum, says fewer hungry this year  AlertNet3 weeks ago Nation Bucks Worsening Hunger Trend Before Crucial Referendum  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago

South China Sea: Beijing's Salami Slicing Strategy Analysis

The South China Sea is seeing increasing tension amongst the claimants. The Second Thomas Shoal is the latest addition to Beijing's Salami Slicing strategy of slowly acquiring small reefs and islands to consolidate its contested claim. By ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago ![CDATA[Major escalation at Ayungin Shoal?]]  Yahoo Philippines News3 weeks ago South China Sea: Beijing's 'Salami Slicing' strategy  Observer India3 weeks ago
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