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Mideast, sub-Saharan Africa and Brazil set the 'inequality frontier'

Income inequality in the Mideast, sub-Saharan Africa and Brazil has stuck at extremely high levels, and risen rapidly in China, India, North America and Russia, says a new report.
from World Inequality Report on Dec 15, 2017.
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Ebola survivors sue Sierra Leone government

Two ebola survivors have filed a suit at the Economic Community of West African States court against the Sierra Leonean government's handling of the 2014 epidemic.
from The EastAfrican on Dec 18, 2017.

MSF challenges corporation over 'control of life-saving medicines'

In an effort to bring down prices, MSF is making a legal challenge to coorporate giant Gilead’s patent application for hepatitis C combination treatment in China.
from MSF on Dec 18, 2017.

EU urges Tanzania to stop demonising civil society

The EU head of delegation to Tanzania has called for an environment favourable to a vibrant civil society to promote democracy, good governance and accountability.
from The EastAfrican on Dec 17, 2017.

Luambe claims to be world’s most carbon neutral national park

Luambe National Park in Zambia has become the most carbon neutral national park in the world.
from BioCarbon Partners on Dec 16, 2017.
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Chilean politics on a knife edge

Chilean politics have taken a dramatic turn, with all presidential candidates falling short of a majority and an unexpected boost for a new left coalition.
from New Internationalist on Dec 18, 2017.

Why nuclear power is high on South Africa’s Christmas wish-list

There are a number of reasons for the South Afrixan government's commitment to nuclear power and the haste with which it appears to be acting.
from Pambazuka News on Dec 17, 2017.
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Pakistan gets its first one-stop shop for women fighting violence

Sliced noses, broken ribs, fractured fingers, slashed arms, bruised faces, missing teeeth, swollen eyes. Sana Jawed has been witnessing these brutalities for over a decade.
from Inter Press Service on Dec 13, 2017.
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