National Media Briefing

Allegations from the government of Niger, a thieving air hostess and a very expensive painting

Médecins Sans Frontières has denied allegations from Niger's government that it exaggerated the number of malnourished children in the country.
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A British Airways cabin crew member will be sentenced next month after being found guilty of stealing up to £100,000 donated by passengers to Unicef.
See The Daily Mirror for full story

The Rarer Cancers Forum has claimed that one tenth of NHS surplus funds could cover the cost of treating all cancer patients with expensive life-prolonging drugs.
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England football captain John Terry has visited Cancer Research UK to see how cash donated by England players is being spent.
See The Sun for full story

The Art Fund is to donate £1m to a campaign to keep Titian's painting of Diana and Actaeon for the nation.
See BBC News for full story

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