Drop in Australia HIV sparks call for greater drug roll-out
New HIV infections among Australian-born gay and bisexual men fell by almost 50 percent following the mass introduction of PrEP, an oral prophylactic
As climate change batters U.S. cities, some discuss 'managed retreat'
Despite an increase in flash floods and mega-storms, experts say the U.S. federal government has no overarching plan to deal with the climate change crisis
UK police tell websites to patrol sex trafficking after mass arrests
Thousands of adverts for sexual services are posted online every month in Britain - where it is legal to buy and sell sex but soliciting and pimping are banned
Wellington adds water 'islands' as city lifeline after quakes
Much of Wellington's infrastructure is fragile and far from quake-proof
Instagram baby-selling bust prompts call for 'cyber patrols'
Anti-trafficking experts say technology is fuelling modern-day slavery by enabling traffickers to ensnare more victims
As climate threats drive migration, Indian women find opportunities
Migration is bringing some families higher incomes - and improving life back home in the face of worsening climate pressures
Under fire, how can UK revamp its landmark anti-slavery law?
Critics say traffickers are often one step ahead of law enforcement
Shame and stigma leave UK's male slaves sleeping on the streets - study
Men who have been enslaved are far less likely than women to speak out and are often perceived as being less in need of help
Britain says time's up for sex predators in global aid sector
Britain's Department for International Development will work with Interpol on a pilot project to strengthen the vetting of aid workers through an online platform