A boy displaced by fighting in South Sudan stands near makeshift shelters Unicef launches its largest ever appeal As the world faces a growing number of increasingly complex emergencies, over 60million children are in danger from natural disasters and conflicts. From the large scale displacement of families affected by the fighting in Syria, to the […]
Saying sorry can do wonders for your rehabilitation – especially if you blame outside forces for your transgressions. So I hope shamed footballer Ched Evans finds time to learn the lessons of previously-shamed fashion designer John Galliano – a man who has not only returned to the catwalk but has also just been named as […]
This chirpy little woof is Hector, a Spanish Water Dog who spent Thursday morning chasing a ball in the snow outside his home in Belfast. The United Kingdom was besieged by snowfall over night, with freezing conditions affecting the road and rail networks across Northern Ireland and the northern part of the Britain. The Met […]
Denmark Puts a Lid on Attempts by the Faroese to Implement Authoritarian Measures In an attempt to undermine freedom in their own country, 29 of the 33 members of the Faroese Løgting (parliament) voted in December to ban Sea Shepherd volunteers from coming to the Faroe Islands. After Sea Shepherd’s successful campaign to protect pilot […]
EXCLUSIVE: Ryan Harriss, 22, from Harlow, Essex, collapsed on a night out after suffering chest pains. Doctors warned he may die if he didn’t stop taking the drugs.
Four babies and three adults were killed in the blast in Mexico City today, according to the latest tally. Some are still feared trapped under the rubble of the collapsed building.
Negotiations to save the lives of two Islamic State hostages appeared to have collapsed last night as fears grow that a captive Jordanian pilot has already been murdered.
The findings of an MI5 investigation were revealed by the London Mayor, who said British JIhadis are ‘badly adjusted and seeking comfort’
Research shows that over three months, starting last May, people aged 16 to 24 gave the second highest amount to charity – on average donating £40
Marie, pictured with her children Joshua, Mikayla, Tia, (baby) Olivia, Leah, Amelia, and Latoya (Picture: BPM) A mother-of eight-who receives £2,000 of benefits a month has spoken of her outrage of being ‘forced to work’ following the new welfare caps. Work-shy Marie Buchan, who once posted a picture on her Facebook page – calling herself ‘Welfare Queen’ with […]