At epicentre of Indonesia disaster, Guterres praises resilience of Sulawesi people

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Stopping antimicrobial resistance would cost just USD 2 per person a year

Prevent future crises and empower youth – now!

New energy security framework will help meet growing needs in East Africa, sustainably – UN economic wing

UN chief condemns suspected Boko Haram attacks targeting Eid al-Fitr celebrations in Nigeria

Does the world have strong enough institutions to handle risks like Trump and Brexit?

Refugee crisis update: EU seeks now close cooperation with Africa while Schulz is shocked to witness live one single wreck full of immigrants

EU: Divided they stand on immigration and Trump hurricanes

What changes in the EU as from today

Violent disorder is on the rise. Is inequality to blame?

The EU sides with China against the US; but has Germany capitulated to America?

The EU lets the bankers go on rigging the benchmarks

Here’s how to build energy infrastructures fit for the future

The European Parliament rewrites the EU budget in a bright day for the Union

Human Rights Council election: 5 things you need to know about it

Visa liberalisation: Commission reports on fulfilment of visa-free requirements by Western Balkans and Eastern Partnership countries

MWC 2016 LIVE: Xiaomi looks to revive growth with flagships

EU-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement sees the light as Moscow’s reaction once more looms

High internet taxes are restricting access and slowing economic growth

Opening – Parliament expresses support for victims of Fuego volcano in Guatemala

European Youth Forum welcomes establishment of new Youth Intergroup in the European Parliament

This woman solved one of the biggest problems facing green energy

Angola’s President João Lourenço calls for stronger EU-Africa cooperation

Why Eurozone urgently needs the ECB to print and distribute at least €500 billion

A Sting Exclusive: “Climate Change needs to be demystified”, Anneli Jättenmäki Vice President of European Parliament underscores from Brussels

Is Eurozone heading for disinflation?

Pharmaceuticals conceal drug side effects with the EU’s Court blessing

EU presses India for a free trade agreement

UN agency ramps up effort to counter growing nuclear threat from cyberspace

Hunger and obesity in Latin America and the Caribbean compounded by inequality: UN report

UN ‘stands in solidarity’ with cyclone-hit India – Secretary-General Guterres

Caravan of Mothers of Missing Migrants kick off a global migration search movement

UN rights chief welcomes new text to protect rights of peasants and other rural workers

MEPs agree on new rules to tax digital companies’ revenues

Why press freedom should be at the top of everyone’s agenda

How China raised the stakes for electric vehicles

Ceasefire holds in Tripoli, but core problems remain, says UN Libya mission chief

The hidden cost of the electric car boom – child labour

UN welcomes progress in former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia naming dispute

2014 budget: The EU may prove unable to agree on own resources

EU27 leaders unite on Brexit Guidelines ahead of “tough negotiations” with Theresa May

Nigeria floods: Guterres ‘deeply saddened’ by loss of life and rising need

Plastic Oceans: MEPs back EU ban on throwaway plastics by 2021

What options the new President of Ukraine has?

“BEUC cautions against TTIP that would seek to align EU and US chemicals management frameworks”

Sustainable development demands a broader vision, says new OECD Development Centre report

UN police officer recognized for protecting vulnerable Somali women from abuse

What the next 20 years will mean for jobs – and how to prepare

‘Historic’ moment: Palestine takes reins of UN coalition of developing countries

Saudi woman seeking asylum in Thailand ‘now in a secure place’ says UNHCR

MEPs to prioritise environment and climate action in next long-term budget

Global Citizen-Volunteer Internships

Human rights chief calls for international probe on Venezuela, following ‘shocking accounts of extrajudicial killings’

Tackling the toxic norms that hold women back in Asia

Eurozone at risk of home-made deflation and recession

Appalling overall unemployment in Eurozone at 20.6%

Eurozone and Britain heading in different directions

South Sudanese refugees need $2.7 billion, as safe return remains elusive

Better air pollution data is helping us all breathe easier. Here’s how

Further reforms will promote a more inclusive and resilient Indonesian economy

Germany loves a strong euro; the new Fiscal Councils can deliver despite the Greek chaos and a wider questioning of austerity

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