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US cut to UN Population Fund will have ''devastating effects'' Guterres warns
UN chief Antonio Guterres has warned that a decision by the US to cut funding to the United Nation’s Population Fund will have ‘‘devastating effects’‘ for the health of women and…
Don't be against us - plea of Syrian refugee family in Luxembourg
Just 16-thousand migrants have been moved from Italy and Greece under a controversial EU relocation scheme.
UN chief calls for more help for people fleeing Mosul
There is a call for more international aid to help the tens of thousands of people fleeing the fighting in Mosul.
UNICEF warns that Yemen's children are paying the heaviest price for living life in a war zone
The future has never been so bleak for the children of Yemen.
Sanaa rally marks two years of conflict in Yemen
Tens of thousands of Yemenis have rallied on the streets of the Yemeni capital in support of the Houthi movement.
West Mosul: Iraqi military revises down civilian death toll, denies air strike
The Iraqi military revises down the civilian death toll from an incident in west Mosul last week and denies it was caused by a coalition air strike.
Battle for Mosul: US investigates coalition airstrikes said to have caused mass civilian casualties
Iraqi government forces have halted their push to recapture western Mosul after reports of mass civilian casualties.
The Syrian Army says it has retaken Damascus areas seized by rebels
The fighting has underscored the bleak prospects for a fresh round of UN-brokered peace talks that are underway in Geneva.
Children among migrants found drowned off Turkish coast
At least 11 people from Syria, including five children, are dead after their plastic boat sank off Turkey
Reality of the worst drought since 1945 peaking in parts of Africa
The Horn of Africa is facing its third consecutive year of drought causing thirst and hunger, decimating livestock, destroying livelihoods, spreading disease and triggering large scale population move
EU-Turkey migrant deal a 'dangerous precedent', say aid groups
Greece is being used as a testing ground for degrading asylum policies that are setting a dangerous blueprint for the future, according to major humanitarian…
Deadly airstrike hits Syrian mosque during evening worship killing up to 58
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports air strikes have hit a mosque in the rebel-held village of al-Jina in the northwest of the country.
Dozens killed in air strike on mosque in Syria
At least 42 people have been killed and dozens wounded, when an air strike hit a mosque in the rebel-held village of al-Jina, near Aleppo in Syria.
Aleppo rail service reopens
There may be little left of this eastern Aleppo railway station, but trains are starting to return to the war-torn city after a break of five years.
UN warning about "largest humanitarian crisis" since its creation
There's mounting concern about famine in Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen and Nigeria
Self-harm, drugs, suicide: the future of Syria's children?
Youngsters living in the war-torn country are self-harming, taking drugs and attempting suicide to escape the horrors they have endured after six years of conflict, according to a new report by Save t
Top EU court rules member states don't have to issue visas to refugees
The EU’s top court said on Tuesday that member states don’t have to admit people on humanitarian grounds, even if they are at risk of torture or inhumane…
Iraqi forces 'make strides in Mosul'
Iraqi forces in western Mosul say they've taken control of a number of key buildings formerly held by ISIL.
ISIL's Raqqa supply route severed - reports
US-backed militias operating in the country say they have cut the road between the jihadist-held city of Raqqa and militant strongholds in Deir al-Zoor province.
Famine and diarrhoea kill 'over 100' in Somalia, says PM
More than 100 people have died from famine and diarrhoea in southern Somalia over a two-day period, according to the country’s prime minister.
Refugee in suitcase arrested on Lesbos island
A migrant from Syria, aged 23, caught hiding in a suitcase in the port of Mytilini, Lesbos Island, Greece has been arrested by Greek police. The
Yemen: UN says one child dies every ten minutes from a preventable disease
The time to act is now, according to campaign group Human Rights Watch. Activists say the international community must give its financial backing to humanitarian efforts in the country and is warning
Aleppo battle: both sides accused of war crimes
War crimes were committed by both sides in the battle for Aleppo, according the United Nations
Thousands in famine-struck South Sudan forced to eat wild plants
Thousands of families caught up in South Sudan’s famine are hiding from marauding gunmen in the swamps and islands of the River Nile.
Battle for Mosul: civilians flee as Iraqi troops push deeper into ISIL held areas
In Iraq, more than a thousand civilians have fled western Mosul as Iraqi troops push deeper into ISIL held areas.
South Sudan's human rights situation "amongst the worst on the planet"
Famine has been declared in some areas of South Sudan - the first time such a declaration has been made since 2011. The country has been dogged by civil war, drought and hyperinflation. The situation