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France is New World’s Most Positive Country for 2019
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg to Testify Before U.S. Congress
How a school director in Ethiopia is fostering gender equality in education
Keeping peace in a changing backdrop in Sudan and South Sudan
Song aims to reduce maternal deaths in Ethiopia
Victorian Social Enterprises Making Global Connections
Announcement of laureates of UNESCO-Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in Life Sciences
Superstar scientists supporting state’s sorghum industry
Lack of funding leaves millions of children in conflict and disaster zones at risk
Wheelchair users scale Ethiopian mountain on student-designed handcycle
A young teacher is making gender equality in and through education a reality in Ethiopia
Newborn baby deaths in Africa targeted in $68M initiative
Boeing Chairman, President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg Announces Changes to Sharpen Company Focus on Product and Services Safety
Research grants support 20 early-career women scientists in developing world
Mobilizing technologies, innovations, knowledge and expertise to reshape food systems
UNESCO launches Futures of Education global initiative at United Nations General Assembly
Great Britain and China Are Global Partners
Matthew Rycroft speech on impact investing to unlock more capital for Sustainable Developments Goals
Boeing Chairman, President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg and Boeing Board of Directors Reaffirm Company’s Commitment to Safety
Marta Megra from Ethiopia sets new record for women’s full marathon at Hengshui
Toyota Community Trust celebrates second birthday as new grant recipients announced
Puffer jackets packed with cocaine
Boeing Financial Assistance Fund to Begin Operations Today
UN Human Rights Council 42 Statement for Universal Periodic Review on Ethiopia
FAO report cites 41 countries needing external assistance for food
Binghamton University to launch triathlon in memory of Gregg Wenzel ’91
Multi-million pound funding to protect child abuse victims and track down offenders
Panama’s Ninety Plus Coffee Sets New Price Record at USD$10,000 a Kilo
Sunshine Coast businesses shine in State Export Awards
Sino Park Won 2019 Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements Award
Top fashion brands’ business practices are undermining progress on ending garment worker exploitation
Penn State researchers lead way in Water-Energy-Food research in Africa
High Commissioner appointed to Solomon Islands
Researchers discover a 3.8-million-year-old almost complete hominid cranium, from a Lucy ancestor
Research grants for heart health, dysphagia and AIDS in Africa
A 3.8-million-year-old fossil from Ethiopia’s Afar region reveals face of Lucy’s ancestor
A face for Lucy’s ancestor
3.8-million-year-old fossil cranium unveils more about human ancestry
International Collaboration to Improve Cancer Care
International Development Secretary to boost infrastructure in poorest countries with UK aid
Ancestral clans of malaria parasites in each region of Africa share drug resistance genes
Accepting more refugees good for Australian economy and society – Oxfam report
Transitioning to a peaceful, democratic and prosperous future in Sudan
UK aid doubles support to reduce global carbon emissions and help developing countries adapt
New Oxfam safeguarding director says organisation primed to capitalise on official recommendations to make deeper improvements
Launch of Victoria’s first social enterprise network
Avianca Brasil to exit Star Alliance
Minister Andrew Stephenson’s statement on Sudan Declaration