After half a century of Cold War acrimony, the United States and Cuba moved on to restore diplomatic relations in ...
Ten years on from one of the biggest bank robberies in British and Irish history the IRA gang responsible may ...
Sony Pictures Entertainment made the shock decision to cancel the Christmas Day release of controversial comedy The Interview amid the ...
The window of opportunity to agree a deal in the Stormont talks is on the verge of closing.
An Oscar-winning director and a Hollywood actor have weighed in on the arts budget row, saying young people will be ...
A Miami County family was struggling to come to terms with the loss of their daughter who recently died from a type of staph infection known as MRSA. FULL ARTICLE AT WRTV Indianapolis
Source: UN News Service Country: World 17 December 2014 – After a year of “discord, disease and disruption” that saw peace operations, diplomacy and humanitarian capacities “pushed to the limit” responding ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web
Police are investigating the deaths of a man and woman inside a home in the Grand Crossing neighborhood near 71st and Ingleside. FULL ARTICLE AT WLS
Sony Pictures on Wednesday canceled the Christmas Day release of "The Interview," amid hackers' threats and with the nation's top movie chains, including Columbus-based Carmike Cinemas, already yanking the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
As Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Macau this weekend for his first official visit in five years, the message from Beijing is clear: the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Japan Times
Source: MapAction Country: Ghana, Liberia, Mali, Sierra Leone West Africa, 17 Dec - Since September MapAction has been actively involved in helping tackle the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, with deployments ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web
A New Zealand army base has bolstered its boozing rules after fears a practice of "stockpiling" drinks may have contributed to the death of an Australian soldier.Lance Corporal Duncan ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Herald
Financial accountability and collaboration with host governments are paramount in our work and our team is in direct contact with representatives of the NGO board so that this is settled
The Committee has been reaching out to Member States more actively than usual during the past three months
Many of these children have been through things no adult, let alone a child, should have to go through ... Even if they leave the armed group or are released, these children can find themselves stigmatised, feared or rejected by their communities, and can struggle to re-enter 'normal' life after spending so long immersed in violence.