In a complicated fight in a densely populated city such as Mosul, civilians will die. But under international humanitarian law, belligerents must do all they can to protect them.
A new compact chemical agent clean-up system offers hope to formerly deadly conflict zones.
All of the candidates – even Fillon, a socially conservative Thatcherite – can claim to represent change. Yet none appears capable of embodying what de Gaulle called “l’esprit de la nation”.
Nurses have been banned from using cellphones, but have smuggled out images.
If this was indeed a warning from the electorate, Erdogan is unlikely to go quiet and soothe the feelings of the losers.
Faced with a conservative parliament, Emmanuel Macron and Jean-Luc Mélenchon would struggle to deliver their promises.
On the eve of the French Presidential election, Marine Le Pen holds together a coalition more fractious than it seems.
The hard-right candidate's difficult week has revealed her true face - and left her hopes of reaching the second round in jeopardy
Norwegians long resident in the UK suddenly find there is no one to fight their corner.
A win for the government-led “Yes” campaign would destroy checks and balances applied to the parliamentary system
What possesses young travellers from the developed world to ask people in poorer countries for money?
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