Across continents there are many who see themselves as the losers from globalisation, but the ideological vehicles for protest differ markedly from region to region
Toll which does not include deaths in Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan widely criticised by rights groups as ‘fraction’ of true figure
Pentagon says strikes targeted militants who fled their former stronghold of Sirte
Outgoing US leader carries out 3,000 more strikes in 2016 than year before
Mr Straw denies involvement in the case and any other instances of 'extreme rendition'
David Cameron's military policy failures mean he must be ruled out of the running in the race to become the next Nato chief, the Tory chairman of the Defence Select Committee has said.
Disaster comes day after more than 550 migrants rescued between Libya and Italy
Rescuers find two people crushed in overcrowded dinghy, while four more drown off Spain
Just 16 when he fled his Gambian home, Mamadou Yallow was tortured, imprisoned and forced to bury his own friends’ bodies before boarding a boat to Europe
Crisis shows no sign of slowing as smugglers launch dinghies in treacherous conditions
Several women blew themselves up, killing four Libyan soldiers who had granted them safe passage to leave buildings under Isis control
Relics date back to third and fourth centuries
Girl's family sought revenge after monkey scratched and bit her
Latest tragedes push death toll over 4,600 for 2016 – the deadliest year on record
As 868 refugees finally reach Italy, Lizzie Dearden watches their bleak welcome from masked medics, police and immigration authorities
Move would be a huge shift for a country with one of the most generous asylum policies