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More than 50 dancers aged 18-75 will surprise passers-by with a flamenco flashmob on 1 August as part of opening events for the 2013 Just Festival.
The children of British resident and Gunatanamo detainee Shaker Aamer have submitted statements to a US Senate hearing, describing life without their father.
The WCC General Secretary has expressed sadness over the deaths and injuries caused by the train derailment on 24 July near Santiago de Compostela in Spain.
High-profile critics of loan company Wonga, which charges extremely high interest rates that can trap poor households in debt, have come under heavy pressure. Yet action is important if those most vulnerable are to be safeguarded.
Parents are paying out £2 billion every year to help their children get on the housing ladder, as more and more young people are priced out of a home of their own.
Whilst one new Mum in Britain takes her baby home to a taxpayer-funded million pound nursery, new Mums in Finland get a cardboard box.
Amnesty International is calling for the return of the CIA agent Robert Seldon Lady to Italy to face justice for his part in the US-led rendition programme.
Christian Aid fears acute hunger will hit communities devastated by floods in Uttarakhand, northern India.
Under Universal Credit, families working full time could have less disposable income than part-timers, according to a new report for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
The number of families renting their home has doubled over the past ten years, as more and more people are priced out of home ownership.