"We've beaten the cyclone, but now we're sick because of the contaminated water and lack of food. It's a big problem for us," says Tom, a father of six children on remote Tanna island.
Analysing satellite images, scientists have shown that the number of lights visible over Syria at night has fallen by 83% since March 2011.
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“The Ebola crisis is definitely NOT over... We cannot take our eyes off the most important goal: reducing the Ebola outbreak to zero cases,” writes CARE’s humanitarian director Barbara Jackson.
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