A new Human Rights Council session begins 26 February in Geneva, with confrontation over Israel’s destruction of Gaza likely ...
Nizar Al Rifai, who kept a diary of life on the front lines during the first month of Russia’s invasion, looks back and ...
Sudan now has the grim honour of being the world’s largest child displacement crisis, with more than 3 million children – ...
The New Humanitarian is pleased to announce the appointment of its next CEO, former Facebook executive Ebele Okobi. The move ...
Months of Turkish airstrikes in northeast Syria have left more than a million people without power and double that number ...
Today: The food aid history of that ship struck by Houthi missiles, how staff poaching drains local aid, and thoughts on ...
You cannot become a war correspondent overnight. That’s a reality I’ve been wrestling with for the past 10 months of bitter ...
From jade miner to online gaming worker, striking government teachers struggle for safety and survival after fleeing conflict ...
Only a fraction of those desperately needing food aid are being reached, relief officials say, calling for an urgent scaling ...
Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis, already hobbled by war, has been surrounded for three weeks by Israeli forces.
Militia violence is raging and has spread to near the capital Kinshasa, but its victims complain they are still being ignored ...
The problems of international news coverage will not be resolved by simple appeals to journalistic codes without addressing ...