The wing of the aircraft wedged into the top of a building next to the runway
He tells Oliver Poole how he swung charities into action to raise £57m so far after the Philippines typhoon
Communities from Brazil to Cambodia are losing homes to make room for sugar crops, it is claimed
The potentially devastating effects of climate change on future generations are revealed today by two British aid groups, before a crucial UN report due out this week.
We are losing £100bn annually through aggressive tax avoidance
Ten of the world’s tax havens are UK-linked territories - the British Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies. The clue is in the names.
If you think Trending has thrown its weight behind International Women’s Day, you should see what the rest of the country is doing.
Oxfam is looking for Coldplay fans to take part in a groundbreaking global music project to campaign against one of the world’s greatest human injustices.
1. Agenda Graphic Building
As well as attractive graphic illustrations throughout, it comes with a sticker sheet and tear-off postcards. All the profits go towards the upkeep of the V&A museum.
With their parents still unable to find jobs, children are being sent to hazardous areas to scour for badly needed income
Doubling of prices and 70 per cent rise in demand means millions more will go hungry
Photographer Martin Parr asked key cultural figures to pose with the one item they'd save in a flood. It's a project that has a serious point, says Charlotte Cripps
Compassion for struggling Hatton and harrowing journey to flood-ravaged homeland of parents leaves champ with weight of world on his shoulders
As Ramadan drew to a close, the photographer Alixandra Fazzina, who witnessed the devastation of Pakistan first-hand, examined how Muslim celebrations were affected in both the flood-hit land and among the community in the UK
Aboriginal disadvantage has not rated a mention during the Australian election campaign – there are few votes in it. But as the party leaders criss-crossed the country this week, shocking evidence emerged at a government inquiry: children in remote indigenous communities are starving.
Charities in uproar at claims that donations were spent on weapons