'The world is failing the people of Syria'
The NHS says people who travel to the affected region will not be allowed to donate blood for 28 days
Exclusive: Heidi Allen tells The Independent: 'I was prepared to be upset – I wasn’t prepared for the sheer scale'
The move has been compared to Nazi Germany - yet it is supported more in the UK than in Denmark itself
'There are too many people and it is too crowded'
Munich officials say the guides were in fact created in 2013 to address general concerns regarding antisocial behaviour
Oxfam has released a new analysis of how much rich countries are doing to meet their 'fair share' of the refugee crisis
The Sanders camp claimed victory as Trump attempted to seem fine with second place
Asked to pick a single luxury item for if he was stranded on a desert island, the Microsoft founder went for 'a bunch of DVDs of great lectures'
The latest video includes a French-speaking militant threatening Spain, as the group widens its focus on Europe
BBC director-general Tony Hall says Sir Terry was 'truly a national treasure', as David Cameron and the Irish president lead tributes
While the reading level of speeches by Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush at around approximately an 8th grade standard, Mr Trump speaks at just a 4th Grade level
The Conservative backbenches, normally right behind the PM both figuratively and literally, seemed as shocked as everyone else
Speaking at PMQs, he says of Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell: 'They met with a bunch of migrants in Calais and said they could all come to Britain'
Earlier the Court of Appeal dealt a blow to the Government, ruling against use of 'bedroom tax' in two cases
The proposed law, put before the French parliament on Wednesday, has divided President Francois Hollande’s ruling socialist party