Lib Dem leader Tim Farron calls the vote a 'test of Britain's humanity'
Syria faces years of rebuilding before displaced citizens can return to their homes
A medical organisation has asked for much-needed supplies to help people hemmed in by fighting
A spokesperson for the US military said all possible precautions were taken to avoid 'collateral damage'
'We are, right now, in a prison. Two nights ago, in the potatoes, we saw a small animal,' says inmate at refugee detention centre on Greek island near Turkey
Laachraoui is believed to have had the technical training that could mean he was the armourer of the operation
Military analysts in the US said the importance of insight gained using the documents 'cannot be overstated'
The declaration comes after similar prounouncements by the US House of Representatives and the European Parliament
The scaling back of search and rescue operations 'created the conditions that led to massive loss of life', the damning report states
Since 2001, Patrick Cockburn has provided peerless reporting of the wars that have torn apart the Middle East and created the conditions in which Al-Qaeda and Islamic State have grown and flourished. In the first of a series of excerpts from his new book, he combines eyewitness accounts of the battles for Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya and beyond with an explanation of what these conflicts have in common – and how they were reported or misreported at the time
The dozen refugees taken to the Vatican will stand as an example to leaders and governments to do the right thing
Coalition spokesman says Isis has lost half of its fighters in the past 20 months
The latest in a line of dictator-kitsch watches – featuring the likes of Saddam Hussein and Mao Zedong – causes a stir
According to research, 95 per cent of Twitter users linked to Isis simply set up new accounts after getting banned
The Russian ministry of defence said initial investigations showed the aircraft was not shot down
From the financial and humanitarian cost of supporting millions of Syrian refugees to the interruption of trade links with China and Russia, political conflict is bad for the world's economy. Here's why