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  1. Rohingya refugees stand in a queue to collect meat from a relief distribution center in the Balukha

    Myanmar aid restrictions 'could be war crime', says rights group

    Government restrictions on lifesaving aid for displaced people in northern Myanmar could constitute a war crime, advocacy group Fortify Rights ...
  2. A boy stands on woven mats in Idlib province

    Health agencies warn Idlib offensive could uproot 700,000 Syrians

    An anticipated Syrian government offensive against rebels in Idlib province could displace more than 700,000 people, far more than were uprooted ...
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    Pope prays for Colombia conflict victims

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    ASIA'S FUTURE CITIES: Manila residents feel the squeeze as city modernises

    Land prices continue soar in Manila and with it the number of informal settlers. It is an issue that has divided the Philippine capital along ...
  5. Madagascar flood

    Cyclone kills 38, displaces 53,000 in Madagascar

    Cyclone Enawo killed 38 people, injured 180 others and displaced 53,000 after it slammed into Madagascar earlier this week, the national disaster ...
  6. Flotilla arrives in Myanmar

    Malaysian aid for Rohingya arrives in Rakhine, says Myanmar

    The supplies will be delivered to 190 villages and camps in places like Sittwe and Maungdaw by Feb 25, according to the government's Facebook page.
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    Eight dead in fighting in Myanmar town on China border

    The clashes are another blow to civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi's hopes of forging a nationwide peace agreement after years of war in Myanmar's ...
  8. myanmar bomb

    Three 'handmade bombs' explode in Yangon supermarket: Official

    No one was injured, according to Yangon regional social minister Naing Ngan Linn.
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    No clear evidence of irresponsible retrenchment on the rise: Lim Swee Say

    There is “no clear evidence” that cases of irresponsible retrenchment are on the rise in Singapore, says Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say.
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    Battle for Mosul sparks fears of humanitarian crisis

    The battle to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from jihadists could unleash a massive humanitarian crisis, potentially pushing hundreds of thousands ...