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Experts meet to discuss vaccinations and their significance in pulling developing countries out of a vicious cycle of poverty and disease. [Kristian Fetz]

Berlin panel: vaccines save lives and economies

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TTIP protestors hold up signs during a flashmob during a visit from Martin Schulz in the German city of Dortmund. May 2014 [campact/Flickr]

TTIP contradicts post-2015 development goals, experts say

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In negotiations over a preferential trade agreement between Africa and the EU, Permanent Representative of the African Union to the EU Ajay Bramdeo (right) sharply criticises the behaviour of the Commission, led by José Manuel Barroso. [EC]

African countries feel cornered in EU trade negotiations

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The EU's European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO)’s aid supports the government’s policy of free healthcare for children and pregnant women as a part of the Partnership for Transition in Côte d’Ivoire.  2013 [European Commission/Flickr]

Germany's Eurosceptic AfD sidelines development policy

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In Zambia 85% percent of population lives from agriculture. [Florence Devouard (CC BY-SA 2.0)]

Study: Public-private partnerships threaten smallholders

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Speculation in food prices can be potentially fatal for smallholders. Kenya 2008 [World Bank/Flickr]

Deutsche Bank clashes with NGOs over food speculation

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Wind turbines on a wintry field in Dithmarschen, Germany. December 2010 [BlueRidgeKitties/Flickr]

Germany losing prestige in energy transition, study reveals

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German Development Minsiter Gerd Müller, Carlos Veloso, Vice Emergency Aid Coordinator for the World Food Programme in the Central African Republic and EU Development Commissioner Andris Piebalgs (v.l.) in March in Bangui. Photo: EC

100 days of 'new' development policy in Germany?

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UN expert: Sustainable development requires ‘checks and balances’

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Germany's Eurosceptic AfD meets to define party platform

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