• Published on 26 Mar 2017 Sections Iraq

    There are conflicting reports from the Iraqi city of Mosul over who carried out an air strike on a building which witnesses say killed 200 people.

  • Published on 26 Mar 2017 Sections Politics, Russia

    Hundreds of protestors – including Russia’s opposition leader Alexei Navalny – have been arrested, after thousands of people took to the streets across Russia in a wave of anti-government demonstrations.

  • Published on 25 Mar 2017 Sections Health, Politics, United States

    Donald Trump’s flagship healthcare bill has failed. The President tried to blame the Democrats for his last minute decision to withdraw the bill – but despite his ultimatum to his own party – he couldn’t rally enough support.

  • Published on 25 Mar 2017 Sections

    The US military says it is investigating an allegation that dozens of civilians died in a coalition-led airstrike on the Iraqi city of Mosul on Thursday.

  • Published on 25 Mar 2017 Sections Europe, Politics, UK

    While Ukip insists it will carry on regardless despite Mr Carswell’s departure – thousands of people have taken to the streets across Europe to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the European Union. Including a march through London protesting against Brexit.

  • Published on 24 Mar 2017 Sections United States

    Back my bill or I’m pulling the plug. That’s Donald Trump’s brazen ultimatum tonight in Washington to Republicans who don’t like his bill. The House of Representatives is voting in the next hour on his bid to repeal and replace Barack Obama’s healthcare act.

  • Published on 24 Mar 2017 Sections Politics, United States

    Mica Mosbacher, a Trump supporter who represented his campaign on television during the election.

  • Published on 24 Mar 2017 Sections Politics

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has met the far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen in the Kremlin, and insisted – yes, insisted – that Moscow had no intention of interfering in the French elections.

  • Published on 22 Mar 2017 Sections South Sudan

    The International Red Cross today appealed for $400m to help millions of people who are facing famine across four conflict ridden countries.

  • Published on 21 Mar 2017 Sections Politics, UK

    A coward who never atoned for his sins or an indispensable partner for peace: in life Martin McGuinness had an extraordinary transformation, in his untimely death he leaves a divided legacy.

  • Published on 20 Mar 2017 Sections UK

    The UK will officially notify the European Union that it is to leave next Wednesday, the 29th March. That will start the clock on a two-year countdown to Britain’s actual departure from the EU.

  • Published on 20 Mar 2017 Sections UK

    Priti Patel, Secretary of State for International Development.

  • Published on 20 Mar 2017 Sections Politics, United States

    The FBI investigation into alleged interference by Russia in the US election will include any potential coordination between Trump campaign associates and Russia’s government.

  • Published on 20 Mar 2017 Sections

    One of the places most affected is Somalia, where a drought, described as the worst in living memory, is causing record levels of rising hunger. Political unrest and the insurgency of jihadi groups haven’t helped.

  • Published on 20 Mar 2017 Sections

    South Sudan is, of course, the world’s newest nation state, but it’s also quite a rich country. Oil-rich at the time of independence, it was exporting 360,000 barrels of crude every day. It has had billions in aid, not least from the Obama administration, but globally as well. And yet according to the UN, it’s…