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By Larisa Epatko
When reviewing 2009's humanitarian emergencies, several international aid organizations cited the massive needs of those displaced by fighting in places such as Somalia and Pakistan, and growing obstacles to accessing those in need of help.
By Maureen Hoch
President Barack Obama told world leaders Friday that it was time to come together on a climate change agreement, calling out stubborn positions that have stood in the way of progress, namely between rich and poorer countries.
By PBS NewsHour
Several hundred refugees began returning home to Pakistan's Swat Valley on Monday, part of a government repatriation program to resettle an estimated 2 million people who were displaced from their homes last spring because of fighting.
Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari describes his country's offensive against the Taliban and other militant threats, and calls for more aid in this new "war of the world."…
As lawmakers debate boosting aid to Pakistan amid renewed fighting in the country's Swat Valley, President Barack Obama is preparing to meet with the region's leaders to discuss security concerns and counterinsurgency measures. Margaret Warner reports.
International Monetary Fund and World Bank officials are meeting in Washington to discuss international efforts to combat poverty and aid development in the face of the global financial crisis. Members talk about their concerns and ideas.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
In her first trip to the Middle East as the nation's top diplomat, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced that the U.S. will contribute $900 million in aid to efforts to help Palestinians rebuild.
Chrysler LLC is closing all 30 North American manufacturing plants for at least a month, the company's latest cost-cutting move as the big three auto makers struggle to stay afloat while waiting for a government decision on aid to the…
In a rare move, North Korea granted international aid workers from the United Nations' Word Food Program more access to expand efforts to ease a growing food crisis as the first U.S. ship filled with wheat arrived in a port…
The international community pledged more than $15 billion in aid to Afghanistan at a donors' conference in Paris Thursday, while Afghan President Hamid Karzai promised to fight corruption that has hindered past aid efforts.
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