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Concern Worldwide RSS feeds

RSS feeds are a simple and effective way of keeping up-to-date with your favourite websites.

RSS feeds are a simple and effective way of keeping up-to-date with your favourite websites. Instead of having to visit individual sites to see if new content has been added, you can use RSS feeds to tell you when pages you're interested in have been updated.

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How do I use RSS feeds?

If you don’t already have one, first you will need a RSS reader. There are many RSS reader programmes available, including the below:

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Once you have a news reader you can begin subscribing to news feeds by looking for orange RSS buttons. You can click on the button to view a RSS feed directly, or drag the button or URL of the feed onto an area of the reader to Add.

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The feeds are provided free of charge for use by individuals and non-profit organizations for personal, non-commercial use. Please contact us for any additional use request.