1,000 people on the island are now believed to have been killed by the storm
US says it will 'review' its support after latest attack
'People have started dying, there are no doctors,' says health worker
People over 15-years-old in the Kingdom are tried as adults and can be executed
'This critical mandate will bring much-needed attention to human rights violations against LGBT people'
The conclusion was part of a study by the United Nations' Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent
Deadly new ground-penetrating bombs and incendiary missiles unleashed on Aleppo ‘cannot become the new normal,’ residents beg
The UN is very much of its time: in other words, it is out of date and mired in confusion. Here we look at its successes and failures – and ask if we should just start again
'The UK will start its domestic procedures to enable ratification,' reveals Prime Minister
Mr Gulen, who fled Turkey for Pennsylvania, has strongly denied the charges he orchestrated or was even involved in July’s aborted coup
Let Girls Learn was launched in conjunction with activist Malala Yousafzai in 2015
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has described the deadly attack as 'sickening, savage and apparently deliberate'
PM also defends right of UK and other countries to control their own borders
This is a humanitarian issue, not a political one. But the fact that we have in effect a new government gives an opportunity both to acknowledge that we have not performed very well in the past, and a chance do better
The Prime Minister will have her first bilateral meeting with the UN Secretary General in New York
Increase of almost a third reflects growing concerns about the world’s refugee crisis as conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan continue