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More women and children survive today than ever before – UN report
FAO report cites 41 countries needing external assistance for food
Global leaders convened towards an ambitious climate action
Construction challenges in Bangladesh at a time of climate change
Australian wheat shows resistance to devastating disease
Kaspersky: Number of attacked medical devices declines globally, but not
J-WAFS announces 2019 Solutions Grants supporting agriculture and clean water
IAEA and Islamic Development Bank Launch Women’s Cancers Partnership Initiative
Right to access information highlighted by IFAP at its meeting in Malaysia
Wodonga welcomes new citizens
Human Rights Council 42 Interactive Dialogue on Myanmar
UN Human Rights Council 42 – UK delivers statement under Item 2 General Debate
Researchers develop affordable new test for dengue
UK Government’s prestigious Chevening Scholarships Applications open until 5 November
Arçelik Calls For Industry to Lead on Plastic Waste at IFA 2019
IORA Blue Carbon Hub
Top fashion brands’ business practices are undermining progress on ending garment worker exploitation
Taste of success at Fiesta La Peel
Children’s Lives Will Be Saved Due to Invention of Simple Water Treatment System “Aquatabs Flo”
IAEA Advises Bangladesh on Potential Use of Nuclear Technique to Fight Dengue Mosquitoes
Australian foreign minister to visit Bangladesh
UK in JAPAN 2019-20
Paul Wilson appointed to stand in first Test match as an umpire
Claire Polosak and Eloise Sheridan appointed to all-female umpiring panel for ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Global Qualifier
Applications open for Chevening South Asia Journalism Programme Fellowship
Paper filter that can clean water in Bangladesh
Australia hosts Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering
New Oxfam safeguarding director says organisation primed to capitalise on official recommendations to make deeper improvements
Rohingya crisis two years on: internet blackout in Myanmar shows repression continues
Rohingya crisis: 61 NGOs warn of worsening crisis in Myanmar
Global Refugee Crisis: UNHCR’s Brett Moore to headline Judith Neilson Lecture
Paper filter from algae could save lives
Shortfall in education opportunities deepens despair of refugee Rohingya youth
Cornell partners with Purdue on global food safety
Researchers, including a Stanford epidemiologist, prove a simple device can reduce rates of child diarrhea
British High Commission in Bangladesh places Digital Messaging Boards
Bentley Systems Announces Finalists in Year in Infrastructure 2019 Awards Program
Research examines ramifications of climate change on different populations
Zoomlion Supports Key Infrastructure Projects in Belt and Road Countries
Foreign Affairs Minister concludes ASEAN meetings
Lectures focus on ‘Compassion and Art of Medicine’
UK deploys more public health experts to DRC for Ebola outbreak response
Open-source software can revitalize indigenous languages
‘Cholera detection lab’ smartphone-enabled platform to be beta tested by worldwide leading hospital
Deadly South Asia floods continue to torment millions – Oxfam responds
Tasmania ready for cricket’s next World Cup
Reusable gel safely removes arsenic from drinking water
U.S. Vice President Pence’s Remarks at 2nd Annual Religious Freedom Ministerial