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Analysis: The youth is historically engaged in changing the world

Analysis: The world is getting smarter online

Analysis: The transformation to electric cars changes gear

Journalist: My dearest daughter, we are improving the world

Escaping poverty through the kitchen

New poll: Women want jobs and men are supportive

World’s first malaria vaccine to be tested

Peace in the world’s most dangerous city

A new world starts in school

World unites to save the seas

New medical ring protects against HIV

Sea turtles make comeback after years on the brink

More vaccine against the ’toilet death’

Cambodian villagers win back their land

Sierra Leone girls fight for their rights by football

Orangutans take back their forest

Ban Ki-moon visits school in Nigeria. Photo: UN

Youth is key to ending poverty

WWF vilde dyr amur leopard David Lawson WWF UK

Good news for rare animals

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Digital youths fight climate change in Africa

Microfinance protects forest in Mali

School time for Tanzania’s most vulnerable children

Operations Dagsværk

The effect of a high schooler

Girls in Ghana look to the future

The world could be free of malaria in 25 years

Monday Myths

We live longer and better in the world

We can solve big environmental problems

Photo: Ulrik Jantzen

We all have a lot to celebrate this Friday

Countries are getting rid of cluster bombs