United Nations warns stranding thousands in Libyan warzone would not be 'humane solution'
Unless action is taken, 240 children will die everyday, the United Nations children's agency says
Two Iraqi men were found dead after walking for 48 hours through heavy snow
Study from the Violations Documentation Centre says that children are at particular risk from cluster munitions because they mistake unexploded ordinance for toys
Exclusive: The Saudi Ambassador has also held an influential panel post over the last year
What began as an isolated outbreak in Angola has now claimed hundreds of lives
'We're living in a shameful chapter for European history – we can’t even treat people like humans'
Newborn babies and pregnant women were injured in Friday's bombing
Details of the plan were announced days before a crucial vote on a separate proposal from the House of Lords
An estimated 75 per cent of lone child refugees in Greece are without a safe place to stay
From organising charity receptions in Downing Street to coordinating her personal work, parental responsibilities and state obligations there’s more than a full job of work to do for an assistant
The same milestone was not passed until June in 2015, which was a record-breaking year for refugee arrivals in Europe
Charity and shopping combine with this new special collection raising money for Save The Children.
A British Navy vessel will still carry out rescues if required while it engages in anti-smuggling operations in the Mediterranean
The charity defends itself from claim it refrained from criticising its backers
Save the Children accused of suppressing criticism of corporate sponsor British Gas, while internal emails reveal how fuel poverty campaign was dropped to avoid offending EDF