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Fear of famine stalks Sudan's South Kordofan

Hundreds of thousands of people in Sudan's conflict-torn state of South Kordofan are on the brink of famine as Khartoum keeps up a blockade on aid agencies.

Fear of famine stalks Sudan's South Kordofan
IMF meet in Tokyo to address anxiety about growth
IMF meet in Tokyo to address anxiety about growth

Finding ways to boost the slowing global economy and helping poor nations fend off financial shocks will be on the agenda at meetings this week of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank in Tokyo.

IMF meet in Tokyo to address anxiety about growth
World leaders meet on disaster management in Japan
World leaders meet on disaster management in Japan

Politicians and aid officials gathered on Tuesday in the northeast of Japan, devastated by last year's quake and tsunami, to discuss what lessons can be learned from disasters.

World leaders meet on disaster management in Japan
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US State Dept seeks to unblock $450 mn for Egypt

The US State Department said Monday it would work with Congress to try to unblock some $450 million in economic aid for Egypt, after a lawmaker froze the funds.

US State Dept seeks to unblock $450 mn for Egypt
Syrian activists to plead for more help to oust Assad
Syrian activists to plead for more help to oust Assad

Syrian grassroots activists working to run field hospitals and repair fuel lines will Friday urge world leaders to do more to help a stricken people caught up in the battle to oust the Assad regime.

Syrian activists to plead for more help to oust Assad
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Almaty physicians won professional competition in Lithuania

Almaty doctors had to provide first aid to a newborn child left in a call-box, to reanimate a passenger in public transport and to deliver a baby to prove their professional excellence.

Almaty physicians won professional competition in Lithuania
US must stand by Arab Spring nations: experts
US must stand by Arab Spring nations: experts

The Obama administration must stay the course in Arab Spring countries and help them thwart rising militancy, even as the deaths of four diplomats grimly highlighted the dangers lurking in the young democracies.

US must stand by Arab Spring nations: experts
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US nears deal to cut Egypt debt by $1 bn: report

The United States is weighing a deal with Egypt's new rulers to relieve $1 billion worth of debt, The New York Times reported Monday.

US nears deal to cut Egypt debt by $1 bn: report
Clinton says Pacific big enough for US, China
Clinton says Pacific big enough for US, China

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Friday that the South Pacific was big enough for both the United States and China but urged the Asian power to ensure it distributes its growing aid fairly.

Clinton says Pacific big enough for US, China
Pro-Palestinian activists barred from West Bank visit
Pro-Palestinian activists barred from West Bank visit

Israel and Jordan on Sunday barred pro-Palestinian US and European activists from trying to cross into the West Bank to deliver aid to students, a number of sources said.

Pro-Palestinian activists barred from West Bank visit
Appeal to help two million Phillipine flood victims
Appeal to help two million Phillipine flood victims

Philippine authorities appealed Thursday for volunteers to help deliver food, water and other relief goods to two million people affected by deadly floods in and around the Philippine capital.

Appeal to help two million Phillipine flood victims
UN body sends first food aid to flood-hit N. Koreans
UN body sends first food aid to flood-hit N. Koreans

The World Food Programme has said it is sending a first shipment of emergency food aid to flood-hit areas of North Korea, where torrential rain has killed scores of people and inundated cropland.

UN body sends first food aid to flood-hit N. Koreans
Red Cross helps N. Korea flood victims as toll rises
Red Cross helps N. Korea flood victims as toll rises

The Red Cross had allocated almost $308,000 for victims of N. Korea's floods and storms, after state media reported 119 deaths and major crop damage in the food-scarce nation.

Red Cross helps N. Korea flood victims as toll rises
White House denies comparison of Syria to Libya
White House denies comparison of Syria to Libya

The United States said it was "very concerned" about a Syrian offensive in Aleppo, Syria, but rejected comparisons to Libya where NATO-led forces intervened last year to protect civilians.

White House denies comparison of Syria to Libya
Volunteers join firefighters battling Spain blaze
Volunteers join firefighters battling Spain blaze

Chugging along on tractors, brigades of volunteers rode to the aid of regular firefighters battling a deadly blaze in northeastern Spain on Monday.

Volunteers join firefighters battling Spain blaze
Obama, Romney halt campaigns after cinema shooting
Obama, Romney halt campaigns after cinema shooting

US President Barack Obama and his rival Mitt Romney suspended campaigning Friday out of respect for the victims of a shocking shooting at a Colorado movie theater that left 12 people dead.

Obama, Romney halt campaigns after cinema shooting
US to award Suu Kyi on first visit in decades
US to award Suu Kyi on first visit in decades

The US will present its highest award to Myanmar's democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi in September when she makes her first US trip in more than two decades.

US to award Suu Kyi on first visit in decades
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Kazakhstan offers goods for humanitarian aid market

Kazakhstan manufacturers presented their goods at the international exhibition Dubai International Humanitarian Aid and Development-2012.

Kazakhstan offers goods for humanitarian aid market
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U.S. will provide $4.5 million in aid to Kazakhstan in 2012

The U.S. are rendering Kazakhstan technical aid in health, education, support of small and medium business and trade: Vice-Minister.

U.S. will provide $4.5 million in aid to Kazakhstan in 2012
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Kazakhstan rendered $56 million worth of humanitarian aid in 5 years

In the last five years Kazakhstan has rendered humanitarian aid totally worth $56 million: Foreign Ministry.

Kazakhstan rendered $56 million worth of humanitarian aid in 5 years