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The United Nations agricultural agency today launched a new database which gathers under one roof previously scattered information about lan
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Attacks against children in the Central African Republic (CAR) have sunk to a “vicious new low,” the United Nations children’s agency warned
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Drawing a direct link between violence against children and poverty, United Nations officials marked Universal Children’s Day with a call to
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A United Nations team arrived this morning in the city of Tacloban in the Philippines to assess and respond to the damage caused by the supe
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UN News - UN officials call for support to provide food assistance to 10...
Two senior United Nations officials today urged the international community to scale up its financial support for chronically food-insecure
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Various measures implemented in recent years by the British Government are eroding the right to affordable housing in the United Kingdom, a
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House rejects farm bill that cuts, restricts food stamp program - The Hi...
The House on Thursday narrowly passed a five-year farm bill that makes $20. 5 billion in cuts to the federal food stamp program, and include