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NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - World leaders one year ago agreed on an ambitious set of global goals designed to tackle the world's most troubling problems such as extreme poverty and inequality by 2030 at the United Nations.
PARIS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Baby Lea softly squirms on an old yellowing mattress outside the town hall in Montreuil - a suburb in eastern Paris.
SEREMBAN: Negri Sembilan Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan rubbished speculation that he would be replaced, claiming it was an old issue that has been recycled.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's immigration boom struck a record with 125,000 newcomers landing in the 12 months through August, yet shortages of skilled labour in hot sectors like tech and construction is fuelling criticism of government policies.
GABORONE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's 92-year-old President Robert Mugabe should step aside without delay and allow new leadership of a country whose political and economic implosion since 2000 is dragging down the whole of southern Africa, Botswana President Ian Khama said.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Retired South African cleric and anti-apartheid campaigner Archbishop Desmond Tutu was discharged from hospital on Wednesday, after he was re-admitted on Saturday to treat an infection, his family said.
LONDON/WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When a small town American roofer took legal action against a neighbour for shooting down his drone, the local dispute sparked a case that could help shape the newest frontier of property rights law – who owns the air.
DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Health workers in western Niger are racing to contain an outbreak of Rift Valley fever that has killed at least 21 people over the past month, an aid agency said on Wednesday.