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Oxfam produces action plan after revelation of prostitution scandal on Haiti

Oxfam produces action plan after revelation of prostitution scandal on Haiti
Oxfam produces action plan after revelation of prostitution scandal on Haiti

On Friday, international charity organization Oxfam unveiled an action plan to improve its safeguarding systems and whole internal culture. This follows a news article on February 9 in The Times, describing sexual misbehaviour by some Oxfam members on a Haiti mission following the big earthquake in 2010.

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Fourth U.S. state governor orders net neutrality in government contracts

Fourth U.S. state governor orders net neutrality in government contracts
Fourth U.S. state governor orders net neutrality in government contracts

On Thursday, Phil Scott of Vermont became the fourth governor in the United States to sign an executive order requiring all companies providing Internet access to state agencies to abide by net neutrality for all customers in his state.

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United States: Jet loses engine cover over Pacific en route to Honolulu from San Francisco

United States: Jet loses engine cover over Pacific en route to Honolulu from San Francisco
United States: Jet loses engine cover over Pacific en route to Honolulu from San Francisco

An engine cowling of a United Airlines airliner flying from San Francisco to Honolulu, in Hawaii, flew off over the Pacific Ocean, forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing.

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Former Irish footballer Liam Miller dies at 36

Former Irish footballer Liam Miller dies at 36
Former Irish footballer Liam Miller dies at 36

Former Irish footballer Liam Miller died aged 36, his first professional club Celtic FC said. According to reports in November, Miller was suffering from pancreatic cancer.

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United States: Berkeley, California declares itself a sanctuary city for recreational cannabis

United States: Berkeley, California declares itself a sanctuary city for recreational cannabis
United States: Berkeley, California declares itself a sanctuary city for recreational cannabis

The city council of Berkeley, California adopted by unanimous vote a resolution declaring their city a "sanctuary" for adult recreational cannabis use and sale.

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