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    1. BRITAIN'S foreign aid bill has risen by a staggering 30 per cent under David Cameron, damning research has revealed.

    2. The full extent of David Cameron’s foreign aid splurge over the past five years has been laid bare for the first time and shows how the British bill has risen quicker than any other EU country.

    3. Advocacy group ONE urges donor nations to designate 50% of their aid budgets to "least-developed countries"

    4. By Magdalena Mis LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - South Sudan has defended a law limiting the number of foreign aid workers that can work in the country despite concerns from relief groups that the move could have "potentially catastrophic effects" for the millions of people who need help. The law, which is awaiting President Salva Kiir's signature after being passed on Tuesday, requires ...

    5. TAXPAYERS’ cash given to help rebuild Palestine is being used to “reward and incentivise” terrorists, it has been claimed.

    6. By Magdalena Mis LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - South Sudan has defended a law limiting the number of foreign aid workers that can work in the country despite concerns from relief groups that the move could have "potentially catastrophic effects" for the millions of people who need help. The law, which is awaiting President Salva Kiir's signature after being passed on Tuesday, requires ...

    7. Sure, the government may point out that we still contribute our fair share. But there are 13 other countries that increased their aid spending last year.

    8. Aid-dependent, war-torn South Sudan has passed a law forcing aid agencies to ensure no more than a fifth of their staff are foreigners, the president's spokesman said Wednesday. The Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) Bill was passed by parliament but must still be signed by President Salva Kiir. South Sudan suffers from a major shortage of skilled workers, with only around a quarter of the ...

    9. May 18, 2015 (JUBA) - An umbrella group of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) operating in South Sudan have expressed fears over potential humanitarian repercussions of a bill that would impose 20% limit on foreign staff. The NGOs group warned that a new law that would force aid agencies working in South Sudan to ensure that no more than a fifth of their staff are foreigners could cost lives...

    10. Congress passes 2-month highway, transit aid extension

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 22 10:50 PM

      Congress sent President Barack Obama a bill to keep highway and transit aid flowing to states for another two months and prevent shutdown of summer construction projects. The Senate approved the bill by ...

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