UN war crimes investigators have begun an inquiry into claims residents of a besieged Syrian town have been starved in violation of international law. An aid convoy brought the first food and medical for
Doctors,Hospitals,NHS,Public sector pay,Jeremy Hunt,Health policy,Health,Politics,Public services policy,Society,UK news Health secretary releases statistics on weekend hospital deaths to back his proposed
It’s 4.5 kilometres long, holds 90,000 cubic metres of water and contains treasures ranging from gold coins to washing machines… The Canal Saint-Martin in Paris is being dredged for the first time in years.
Lord Patten defends Oxford's historical relationship with Cecil Rhodes saying that many of its scholars depended on activities now seen to be 'unacceptable' Oxford University cannot rewrite history to
Prisoner who confessed to spying for South Korea was actually ‘helping the poor’ A US citizen reportedly detained by North Korea on spying charges is a Christian pastor who was on a humanitarian mission
WASHINGTON/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Iran detained 10 U.S. sailors aboard two U.S. Navy boats in the Gulf on Tuesday in an incident that rattled nerves days ahead of the expected implementation of a landmark
(CNN) — The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that the process used to condemn a Florida death row inmate was unconstitutional because a judge rather than a jury was the final arbiter of fact in sentencing,