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The world’s first Made for iPhone hearing aid is playing its part in promoting a positive message about hearing impairment during Deaf Awareness Week (19-25 May 2014). It is the first hearing aid to be described as 'cool'
Lord Justice Leveson to hear applications for 'core participant status' in the phone hacking inquiry, which would grant right to legal representation
The international community should immediately appoint a high-level special envoy and provide additional military support for the UN’s peacekeeping force, MONUC, to stop the violence in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
A currency transaction tax is one of three measures that could raise much-needed funds for developing countries without putting any extra burden on ordinary taxpayers, Oxfam will tell G20 finance ministers.
Responding to the Haiti earthquake has been one of the toughest challenges ever, international aid agency Oxfam said today, one week since the quake struck, killing at least 80,000 people
Multi-platinum pop star and X-Factor winner Leona Lewis is auctioning herself to raise money for Oxfam’s Haiti earthquake response this week
Phil Bloomer, Oxfam Campaigns and Policy Director, welcomed the publication of One World Conservatism.
Big cuts in overseas aid planned as part of next week’s Budget would be a betrayal of millions of poor people already suffering as a result of the global recession, Oxfam warned today.
$US 690 million needed to rebuild devastated Delta region.
Thousands of lives are at risk in Sri Lanka because aid to refugees is being restricted by a government ban on aid agency vehicles entering the camps, and difficulties in securing access for staff, Oxfam said today.