Arab warplanes and warships pounded Houthi positions in Yemen's Hodeidah for a second day on Thursday, as a Saudi-led alliance tried to seize the country's main port in the largest battle of a war that has created the world's worst humanitarian crisis.
Peter Tatchell was detained in Red Sqaure, Moscow, today ahead of the World Cup opening match for holding a sign attacking Vladimir Putin over the treatment of gay people in Chechnya.
Angela Merkel is at loggerheads with Horst Seehofer, her Interior Minister and leader of key parliamentary ally the CSU, over the number of asylum seekers coming to Germany.
After years of costly preparations dogged by diplomatic scandals, the World Cup’s month-long football bonanza kicks off on Thursday with an underwhelming opener pitting the home team against Saudi Arabia.
UN Human Rights Office report accuses India and Pakistan of excessive use of force and human rights abuses in Kashmir.
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As officials tried to ensure a warm welcome for World Cup fans, a lawmaker warned that women should avoid sex with foreigners, especially those from other races.
Yemen's war has already killed thousands of civilians and left three million people internally displaced.
Kindertransport survivors and descendants to pay tribute to scheme that saved 10,000 young refugees fleeing Nazis