Human Welfare

UN agency warns time running out to prevent Yemen famine

Sep 19, 2018

UN food agency says time running out to prevent devastating famine in warn-torn Yemen

Senior Italy official to Egypt leader: Resolve Regeni case

Sep 17, 2018

Senior Italian official complains to Egypt's el-Sissi that Cairo's investigation of 2016 killing of Italian student was "stalling"

Pakistan's PM pledges citizenship for refugees' children

Sep 17, 2018

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has pledged to grant citizenship to Pakistan-born children of Afghan and Bengali refugees who have been living in the country for decades

Indian police hunt 3 suspects after girl is drugged, raped

Sep 15, 2018

Police are hunting for three men who allegedly drugged, kidnapped and raped a teenage girl while she was on her way to a test-preparation course in northern India earlier in the week

Isolated and unseen, Yemenis eat leaves to stave off famine

Sep 14, 2018

Yemenis in an isolated pocket in the north have been reduced to eating boiled leaves from a local vine to stave off starvation, with no aid reaching many families who need it most

Yemenis in an isolated district eat leaves to survive

Sep 14, 2018

Aid agencies express alarm and surprise over conditions in a northern district of Yemen where some starving families have not been receiving help and have been forced to boil leaves of a wild vine to eat

AP PHOTOS: Rohingya girls find joy in elaborate makeup

Sep 14, 2018

AP PHOTOS: Amid the misery and mud of Bangladesh's refugee camps, Rohingya girls have found small moments of joy by adorning themselves with flowery headbands and elaborately-drawn makeup

Rights groups warn against US flouting international court

Sep 11, 2018

Afghan rights workers warn that U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton's blistering attack on the International Criminal Court will strengthen a climate of impunity

The Latest: Syria says it's committed to 'liberate' Idlib

Sep 7, 2018

Syria's U.N. ambassador says the government is committed to regain Syrian territory and "liberate it from terrorism and foreign occupation."

Iraqi PM orders probe into bloody Basra protests

Sep 5, 2018

Iraq's prime minister has ordered an investigation into violent protests in the southern city of Basra that killed and wounded several civilians and security forces

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