Three Russian crewmen were killed on Tuesday when their cargo helicopter was shot down in South Sudan’s oil-producing Unity State.
‘The current trend of limitations on flights is having adverse effects on efforts to control the disease’ the U.N. said Monday.
American Peter Theo Curtis is released by al-Qaeda in Syria, a new Ebola outbreak in the DRC, and an attempt to make the #RemainsBucketChallenge go viral.
Ukraine claims Russian soldiers prevented border guards from inspecting trucks before crossing border into the eastern Donbas region.
Syrian’s foremost opposition group alleges the Assad government is still using chemical weapons in spite of an international effort to remove such weapons.
The World Food Progamme’s ambitious plan to provide food to one million in Ebola-affected West Africa, and calls to ramp up the U.S. campaign in Iraq.
Ukraine says it struck Russian military vehicles that entered the country overnight, and fresh fighting erupts South Sudan, exacerbating civilian suffering.
U.N. Food and Agricultural Organization reports that recent fighting resulted in ‘substantial’ damage to farming, livestock and fishing operations.
Human Rights Watch marks one year since the Rab’a Square massacre in Cairo, and the FAO reports substantial damage to Gaza’s agriculture sector.
Human Rights Watch says 814 members of the Muslim Brotherhood were killed in a ‘systematic, planned attack on protesters.’