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Belgium would be champions, whilst host national Brazil would come last in their group.
World leaders need to do more to ensure a level playing field between rich and poor, Oxfam said today as it published a World Cup wall chart showing how the 32 countries who have qualified fare on inequality.
Belgium (ranked 12th best team in the world by FIFA) would win the World Cup for having the smallest gap between rich and poor, beating Germany (FIFA rank 2) in the final. England would put in a disappointing performance, going out with an embarrassing defeat to Japan in the second round.
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Today, on the third anniversary of South Sudan's independence, British actress Keira Knightley is calling on the public to support Oxfam's appeal for South Sudan after witnessing 'firsthand' the desperate plight of families struggling... Read more
A group of seven major international aid agencies said they face a shortfall of $89m/£52m just when the South Sudan humanitarian crisis edges closer to the risk of famine. Speaking out on the 3rd anniversary of the country's independence they... Read more
In response to the UN's review of funds needed for Syria and the regional refugee crisis today, Andy Baker, who leads Oxfam's response to the crisis in Syria and Iraq, said:
Responding to Michael Moore MP's announcement that he would introduce a private member's bill to enshrine the UK's aid promise in law, Kathleen Spencer Chapman, Oxfam senior policy adviser, said:
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