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Christian Aid has welcomed Labour leader Ed Miliband’s determination to tackle the tax havens harming both UK public finances and the world's poor
Christian Aid has begun assisting civilians displaced by the recent spate of inter-communal violence in the remote town of Pipor in Jonglei state, South Sudan.
More than 6,000 Indian villagers have been forced from their homes and a number killed by Cyclone Thane, Christian Aid reports today.
Christian Aid is launching a new two day cycle challenge, The Cathedrals to Coast Cycle Ride, for 2012 as part of its portfolio of sports related challenge events.
Partner organisations in the Philippines are to be helped to reach more people who have lost homes and livelihoods
Israeli authorities have stepped up unlawful demolitions in the West Bank including East Jerusalem over the past year, 20 leading aid and human rights groups say.
South African Bishop Geoff Davies has compared rich countries' behaviour at the Durban climate change talks with apartheid injustice in his country.
The UK and the rest of Europe must stop making excuses and blaming others for its failure to commit to tackling global warming, Christian Aid says.
Afghanistan risks slipping back into civil war unless concrete steps toward long term development are taken at the Bonn Conference, Christian Aid is warning.
Faith leaders have called on decision-makers at the UN climate summit in Durban to reach an agreement on cutting global greenhouse gas emissions.