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Cameron would be prepared for 'new cold war' with Russia if Putin continues on 'current path' with Ukraine

Prime Minister says solution is not one Britain seeks, but he will continue to up pressure on Putin

Apec summit: Obama seeks political salvation in free-trade deal

US President attempts to push pact with fast-growing Asian nations

Edward Snowden’s leaks upset the balance on data sharing

Green Notice: Interpol's paedophile tracking system 'compromised by privacy concerns' following Edward Snowden spying revelations

Suspicions of government 'snooping' mean countries are unwilling to hold and disseminate information on child abusers

One Young World summit 2014: Meet the youngsters networking their way to world peace

Last month in Dublin, some of the planet’s brightest young minds came together to brainstorm conflicts that have plagued us for decades. Are they naive idealists? Or could these leaders-in-waiting deliver a little peace and light?
Displaced people – here in South Sudan with a UN patrol – are ‘traumatised and without assets’

Aid for Sudan's 'forgotten' victims at last

After 12 years of brutal conflict there's hope for the 6.9m people in dire need in Darfur
Antonio Guterres, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

UN: World faces largest refugee crisis in decades

Aid agencies are stretched to breaking point, claims UN refugee commissioner

According to the United Nations, the scourge of statelessness, which leaves some 10m people around the world deprived of a nationality and the basic rights that come with it, should be eradicated within the next decade

UN hopes to end 'scourge of statelessness' within 10 years

As many as 10m people worldwide are stateless

Appeal: perceptions of Umberto Bossi changed after a stroke because his voice changed

What makes a politician sound charismatic?

Scientists have discovered what the winning tone is, reports Clint Witchalls. David Cameron may want to take note

Kim Yong Nam, foreground-left, is visiting Uganda as part of a rare tour of Africa, where North Korea has actively tried to find allies like the long-serving Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, who gave a state dinner in honor of Kim Yong Nam and commended the Pyongyang government as a symbol of the fight against what he called Western Imperialism

North Korea strengthens ties in East Africa

Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni is increasingly seen as an anti-Western

Health workers in Monrovia, Liberia, recover the body of a suspected Ebola victim

Ebola outbreak: Fresh call for Nato to lead the fight against virus

Retired Army chief says UN is 'unlikely to be up to the job' of ending the epidemic in West Africa
The number of billionaires in the world has more than doubled since the financial crisis of 2009. File photo.

Number of global billionaires has doubled since the financial crisis

Oxfam launches major new worldwide inequality report

The PAC report is embarrassing for the Home Secretary, Theresa May

More than 10,000 asylum-seekers 'left in limbo'

Home Office "still has no idea" how many rejected asylum claimants are still in the UK

People watch an explosion after an apparent US-led coalition airstrike on Kobani, Syria

War with Isis: US and Iraq draw up a plan for ground force attack on Islamist militants

While Syrian Kurds are politically at odds with their Iraqi brethren, they have agreed to accept an influx of peshmerga fighters as part of any offensive

Jessica Sompon, 17, has her temperature taken on Friday in Monrovia, Liberia, after developing a fever. A relative had died from Ebola the day before

Ebola outbreak: WHO missed 'the disaster of our times,' claim aid agencies

Anger grows at the UN body's failures in the fight against the virus
Malala Yousafzai was defying odds by going to a school in the Swat district

Malala Yousafzai's Nobel Peace Prize is celebrated in the West and widely criticised or ignored in Pakistan

What really matters is the reason she won it in the first place, says Omar Waraich

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