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Prime Minister appoints new Envoy on Girls’ Education 16 January 2020
New-look Australia Day celebrations planned at Mildura
Around 10 COVID-19 border cases a day over last three days
Travel restrictions update South Africa ban extended, Israel removed from Travel Corridors list
UK pledges urgent life-saving aid for families hit by coronavirus and hunger around world
Rugby Australia appoints Andy Marinos as its Chief Executive Officer
COVID-19 hits culture sector even harder than expected, warns UNESCO
UNESCO’s Inscription of Couscous Traditions, an Example of International Cultural Cooperation
UK provides COVID-19 humanitarian and remittance relief fund to Africa
Project will change approaches to peace studies and education in Africa
Announcement of new diplomatic appointments 14 November
Falklands finally landmine free thanks to UK-funded team
David Pocock retires from professional rugby
Changing attitudes to soil health
£257 million to save 1385 theatres, arts venues, museums and cultural organisations across England
Minister for Africa announces closer UK-Southern Africa partnerships on visit to Malawi and Zambia
192 police recruits sworn in at attestation ceremony at Police Academy
UK Statement for WTO Trade Policy Review of Zimbabwe
UN Human Rights Council 45 statement under Item 2 – General Debate
New emergency project to help displaced people in Zimbabwe fight COVID-19
New study into air pollution exposure in African children
United States Imposes Sanctions on Zimbabwean Businessman Kudakwashe Tagwirei
UK Government matches another £5 million of donations for coronavirus appeal after huge public response
UK Government doubles public donations to tackle coronavirus in vulnerable countries
Repealing waka jumping law on table
Cricket Australia & Zimbabwe Cricket postpone ODI series
Comparing covid-19 data worldwide with a click of mouse
Veterinarians recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours
World Bank Economic Analysis Says Tanzania Can Seize Important Opportunities to Mitigate Negative Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic
Social Status Helped and Hindered by Same Behaviors and Traits Worldwide
2020-21 Men’s and Women’s International fixtures announced
Local Statement on human rights situation in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe’s National Day
Cyclone Idai one year on
Message to Congress on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Zimbabwe
Text of a Notice on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Zimbabwe
MIT launches master’s in in data, economics, and development policy, led by Nobel laureates
UNICEF mourns death of Dr. Peter Salama
British medics in Samoa among humanitarian heroes of 2019
Drop in cholera cases worldwide, as key endemic countries report gains in cholera control
Chemists develop paper-based sensor to detect potent nerve toxins
Climate fuelled disasters forcing more than 20 million people a year from their homes
Expanding education: From Africa to Cambridge and back again
University commits significant funding to research global challenges
Four Priorities for African Aviation
Climate Contributes to Hunger Crisis in Southern Africa
More than 52 million people across Africa going hungry as weather extremes hit continent
As climate shocks intensify, UN food agencies urge more support for Southern Africa’s hungry people