After six years of war, Syria’s moderate rebels are broken and marginalised. And now, as Bashar al-Assad has wished for so long, al-Qaeda extremists are leading the insurgency.
After only seven months in office, the Greek premiere has announced his resignation, calling a snap election.
The Australian star baker who has built a reality TV empire out of delivering tough love.
Suppose you lived in a black township outside an unprepossessing little dorp like Vosloorus, east of Johannesburg. Would you really worry about lions and elephants when a life-and-death struggle was going on in the streets of your own town?
The controversial Danish “information campaign” will be run in foreign newspapers and is intended to deter potential refugees from Syria and Northern Africa.
Officials disguised as holidaymakers are targeting tourists and locals alike in an attempt to make small businesses on Greek islands pay their taxes.
The camps in Calais are a small part of one of the great stories of our time - mass migration. What do people in the Jungle think awaits them in Britain?
An 11-year-old Paraguayan girl was raped and denied an abortion. This kind of dehumanisation is also the reality for women much closer to home.
Report after report detail the horrors and abuses at the detention centre, yet nothing changes.
To Emma, there seemed only two explanations possible: either the NHS had woefully undertreated her in the past, or my American colleagues had been wilfully overdoing it in order to maximise their income
Demonstrators mark the one year anniversary of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
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