Prime Minister Hassan Khaire announces 110 people have died from hunger over past two days in southwestern Bay region alone, amid warnings of full-blown famine
More investment is needed to provide support for farmers, allowing people to feed themselves, officials urge
Researchers record hottest ever reading on Earth's coldest continent where temperatures usually range between -10C and -60C
Report investigated indiscriminate bombing of civilian areas and the use of chemical weapons and cluster munitions
Antonio Guterres is in Istanbul for meetings with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Nikki Haley claims UN is 'biased in favour of the Palestinian Authority to the detriment of Israel'
United Nations warns stranding thousands in Libyan warzone would not be 'humane solution'
Fighting continues in Ukraine between Moscow-backed rebels and government forces
The World Food Programme is in talks with the United States – its biggest donor – and other wealthy nations in a bid to get more money to help feed people displaced by the war against Isis
Warning comes after President calls for Christian refugees to be given priority
Pyongyang is under increased surveillance for the prospect of violating human rights
Findings of paper due to be released this month have been objected to by states including Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Israel
Throughout Southeast Asia, persecuted refugees from Burma are trying to find a way out of oppression
Women took to the streets of Sanaa in support of the Houthi rebels
Kiev government demands damages for all victims of alleged rebel attacks
More than 80 major companies write to Theresa May saying Britain’s ‘prosperity and well-being’ are at stake as report warns ‘costs and uncertainty of unsustainable development could swell until there is no viable world in which to do business’