UK cuts foreign aid spending commitment, causing outcry
The decision sparked immediate outcry from international development organisations and the spiritual head of the Church of England
EXPLAINER - Britain's foreign aid cut: who will feel the impact?
Vulnerable people in Pakistan, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Yemen and Nigeria, who last year received vital aid from the UK, could suffer from a planned cut in development spending
Foreign donors pledge $12 bln over four-years for Afghanistan with tougher conditions
Uncertainty about whether peace talks might see human rights rolled back has made some countries wary about making long-term financial commitments
In blast-hit Beirut, 'invisible' elderly women face destitution
Without pensions, elderly women struggle in Lebanon amid COVID-19 and economic crisis
Nepal to provide free COVID-19 tests and treatment as cases surge
After infections spread as COVID-19 patients isolated at home to avoid hospital fees, Nepal will now offer tests and treatment for free
This Uber driver got COVID-19. With Prop 22, he says, 'I have a lot on the line'
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Zimbabweans turn to sex work amid economic crisis and COVID-19
Sex workers say hunger is driving women to sell their bodies
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President Trump consistently pays less in federal income taxes than some of the lowest-paid workers in America
Weak German retail sales dashes strong recovery hopes
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