China will continue to improve the philanthropy work to attract more charity organizations to help reduce poverty, vice minister of civil affairs Gao Xiaobing said.
China encourages charity organizations to help reduce poverty
One in every three Filipino families has escaped poverty in recent years, according to a recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey.
One in three Filipino families move out of poverty
The number of Irish people using Internet banking has more than doubled in the space of ten years.
Number of people using Internet banking in Ireland up
The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has launched a raft of teaching resources and videos aimed at helping children aged seven to 11 learn about piracy, patents and trademarks.
Primary school children need to learn about intellectual property
When federal agents raided dozens of 7-Eleven stores across the US earlier this month and arrested 21 workers suspected of being undocumented immigrants, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement director Tom Homan declared that the highly publicized raids were meant to send a message to employers: “If you are found to be breaking the law, you will be held accountable.”
E-Verify doesn’t prevent US companies from hiring undocumented workers
Sales of diesel-powered cars fell dramatically last year, declining more than 17 percent compared with 2016.
Are diesel cars always the biggest health hazard?
Some 49.9 percent of Sekisei coral reef Japan's largest — had bleached by the end of 2017, the Environment Ministry has revealed.
49% of Japan's largest coral reef has bleached
Greener UK believes that there may be a ‘lack of willpower to ensure high standards across the UK.’
Britain risks losing green protections after Brexit
The federal government’s latest strategy to protect Australian plants and animals facing extinction has been branded ‘deeply inadequate’ and ‘a global embarrassment’ by environment groups.
Australia's biodiversity strategy a global embarrassment
As the world’s largest consumer of petcoke, India imports over half its annual petcoke consumption of about 27 million tons, mainly from the US. Local producers include Indian Oil Corp, Reliance Industries and Bharat Petroleum Corp.
India restricts use of imported petcoke in Delhi region

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