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Women more likely to survive worst conditions than men – study

Women have better chances to survive than men in the worst of circumstances such as famines and epidemics, a new study revealed.

UN seeks record $22.5 billion to help 91 million in need – Mark Lowcock

The United Nations launched a record appeal Friday for $22.5 billion to help 91 million of the 136 million people across the world in need of humanitarian aid as a result of conflicts, natural disasters, epidemics and displacement.

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