Those being evacuated are in 'urgent need of life-saving medical attention', a spokesman for the UN secretary general said
Some see progress in countries at least ackowledging war on drugs has fallen short
World consenus on the war on drugs is starting to fray
'My guess was that they’d rape her and there was a pretty high probability they’d kill her' - Inspector Kelvin Shipp
The ownership of natural resources found in the islands' waters could now be under threat
'There was no apparent threat from the Palestinian that was incapacitated'
Iraqi officials announced that 41 people have been killed and 105 injured in the suicide bomb attack perpetrated at a small football stadium in a village near Baghdad
Abdallah al-Mouallimi makes claims despite it being illegal to criticise the regime in the kingdom
The UN's special rapporteur on human rights said more must be done to pursue criminal accountability
The seven areas are considered to be the most in need of relief by the International Syria Support Group
As an Arab, he won praise for his role in helping to bring the violence of the first Palestinian uprising to a temporary end
Some onlookers accuse the groom of being a criminal, others pass on their congratulations
Mr Assange's lawyers called him a 'victim' and Edward Snowden accused Britain and Sweden of setting a 'dangerous precedent'
A UN panel said Mr Assange's stay at the Ecuadorian Embassy and previous imprisonment constituted 'arbitrary detention'
A spokesperson said his stay at the Ecuadorian Embassy was 'voluntary' and denied detaining him
Mr Assange said he expects the 'immediate return' of his passport