Do charity shops exist to provide vintage-loving hipsters with cheap Armani?
Mr Hollande has pleaded with other EU members to put more boots on the ground in the former African colony
Despite the presence of the forces, clashes between rival militias were reported in Bossangoa, about 190 miles north of the capital
London club at risk while 65,000 fans will watch England’s World Cup semi-final at Wembley today
Vietnam braces itself as the Philippines counts the cost of the typhoon
More than 1,200 people are feared dead in the Philippines after one of the most powerful storms ever recorded left a trail of destruction across large parts of the archipelago.
Welfare cuts and the economic downturn send soaring numbers of people to soup kitchens and food banks across Europe
Kenyan Red Cross warns the death toll of 67 still does not match its list of 71 missing people
First aid experts advise anyone eating outside to beware stings and keep a credit card to hand
Air strikes on Syria could have “catastrophic effects” on the desperate humanitarian crisis in the region, a charity has warned.
The gay and lesbian community is often too afraid to report rights violations
An unexpected boom in the number of jellyfish swarming around our coasts has prompted an unusual warning from the British Red Cross – don’t pee on a jellyfish sting.
Sharp-eyed commentators are asking whether an image released showing a military exercise taking place in North Korea was actually photoshopped
March's dismal weather has been breaking records. David Randall reports on the disruption and chaos that have hit most of Britain
Mark Wallinger's new commission, 'Labyrinth', aims to subvert London Underground's iconography and disorient the viewer
The Red Cross is distributing food aid across Europe at levels not seen since the end of the Second World War, the head of the organisation has said, showing how deeply the economic crisis and austerity measures are being felt by ordinary people.