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A Chinese woman, with her child on her back, carries pails of water she collected from a well in Yunnan province on Monday. AFP


Children left behind in world’s city boom - UN

Too many are stuck among the poorest of the poor:

UNITED NATIONS: More than one billion children now live in crowded cities around the world but too many are stuck among the poorest of the poor without electricity, water or education, a UN report said Tuesday.

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Pressure piles on Syria

To allow aid to civilians caught up in the bloodshed:

Switzerland: Senior diplomats at the UN Human Rights Council on Monday ramped up pressure on Syria to allow aid to civilians caught up in the bloodshed while warning the regime it will be held to account for "atrocities" against its people.

 

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China to ban ‘nasty’ family planning slogans

CHINA: China is ordering local officials to stop using threatening slogans to enforce its strict “one-child” policy, state media has reported. The government wants to ban slogans like: “Kill all your family members if you don't follow the rule” and “We would rather scrape your womb than allow you to have a second child,”

 

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