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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.
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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.
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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
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Aleppo battle: both sides accused of war crimes
War crimes were committed by both sides in the battle for Aleppo, according the United Nations
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South Sudan's human rights situation "amongst the worst on the planet"
Famine rears its head in South Sudan
UN launches Yemen aid appeal in bid to avert famine
The United Nations has appealed for nearly 2 billion euros to provide life-saving assistance to avert famine in war-ravaged Yemen.
Protesters confront ministers at Athens migrant camp
Greece’s migration minister Yannis Mouzalas was confronted by an angry crowd at the entrance of a sprawling migrant camp in the south of Athens on Monday, trying to block his entrance to the…
Serious concern for civilians caught up in new Ukraine fighting
The UN says some 3.8 million people are affected, many in need of humanitarian assistance
Global calls for constraint amid new flare-ups in eastern Ukraine
UN raises alarm about hunger and insecurity in Yemen
The UN says the number of civilians killed in the country's war is now estimated to be more than 10,000, with some 40,000 injured
Residents in eastern Mosul attempt to return to semblance of normality
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There are some new alarming figures about the worsening refugee crisis in the north of Nigeria and neighbouring countries.
Reports link Syrian president Assad to chemical attacks for the first time, Reuters
A list produced by international investigators indicates that Bashar al-Assad and his brother were linked to the decision to use toxic weapons in 2014 and 2015.
More than 2000 a day are fleeing Mosul - UN
Syrian rebels freeze peace talks 'until ceasefire is fully implemented'
Thousands of displaced Iraqis face winter in camps
Syria: dozens of civilians killed by ISIL attack in Al-Bab - Turkish army
Syrian army retakes full control of Aleppo
Syria's tweeting girl, Bana Alabed, speaks about life in Aleppo