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France abusing rights of the homeless: UN official
France is guilty of human rights abuses of homeless people and laws guaranteeing a home for all fail to protect the most vulnerable, a UN special rapporteur said on Friday.
Report condemns state of California homeless shelters
When she first moved into the Bridges at Kraemer Place shelter, Jan was optimistic.
UK soccer club shelters homeless in freezing winter
A UK football club has offered accommodation to homeless people as freezing temperature threaten thousands of rough-sleepers across Britain.
Pope gives Rome homeless Christmas gift of new clinic in Vatican
Pope Francis has given the homeless a Christmas gift of a new clinic in St. Peter’s Square where they can get free medical help, the Vatican said on Saturday, announcing his latest move to help Rome’s destitute.
Wooden sleeping pods offer privacy, shelter to London's homeless
Sleeping pods for homeless people have been introduced by a charity in southeast London as figures revealed a record number of people sleeping rough in the capital.
UK homeless charities turn away Christmas volunteers
Homeless charities are being forced to turn down thousands of volunteer applications for the Christmas season, despite many struggling to recruit people at other times of the year.
At least 320,000 homeless people in Britain, says Shelter
At least 320,000 people are homeless in Britain, according to research by the housing charity Shelter.
Homeless man who helped thwart Australia attack charged with burglary, theft
A homeless man who used his shopping trolley to help thwart an attack by a knife-wielding terrorist, said to be a follower of Daesh, in Australia this month was charged with five offences, including burglary and theft.
New Delhi homeless to be given masks as smog worsens
New Delhi's homeless will be given cotton masks to help them survive in the world's most polluted major city, officials say, although experts say the basic coverings will be useless against deadly smog particles.
Liverpool students apologize for homeless-themed fancy dress
A students’ union has been forced to introduce fancy dress guidelines after a student society held a homelessness-themed party.
Hundreds of deaths of homeless people 'going unexamined'
Hundreds of deaths of vulnerable homeless people in England and Wales are going unexamined, an investigation has found.
Hundreds of homeless people fined and imprisoned in England, Wales
Growing numbers of vulnerable homeless people are being fined, given criminal convictions and even imprisoned for begging and rough sleeping, the Guardian can reveal.
London council to ask residents for voluntary tax to help homeless
One of the UK’s richest councils has announced it will launch a new scheme encouraging its wealthiest residents to pay extra tax which will be put towards social projects.
The young hidden homeless in the UK
Sam does not know where he will be sleeping tonight.

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