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Since the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union, there have been arches of newsprint and screen space taken up with it. There are no clear answers yet on how it might affect...
Ben loves fashion and with that passion he spends Saturdays volunteering in his local Oxfam shop, gaining experience, making new friends - and supporting Oxfam's work to end poverty.
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Good news! All the hard work we put in to building our new website earlier this year has been recognised: we've been nominated for a number of awards.
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Friday 24 August 2012 at 3.07pm: strong winds and intermittent rains accompanying the tropical storm are battering the south coast of the country. In Port-au-Prince the light breeze is considered...
As Yemen's hunger crisis worsens, families are resorting to some desperate measures to cope. The price of basic foodstuffs and fuel has increased and the UN says 10 million people are going hungry,...
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