Ruairi Casey

Ruairi Casey

Brexit

Tommy Robinson leads pro-Brexit march, sparking counter-protest

Days before parliament vote on Brexit, far right and anti-fascists hold opposing rallies as police warn of arrests.

Tommy Robinson leads pro-Brexit march, sparking counter-protest

United Kingdom

Syrian refugees guide their way to integration in Oxford museum

Refugees, including Syrians, become volunteer tour guides in Oxford's history museum as part of an integration scheme.

Syrian refugees guide their way to integration in Oxford museum

United Kingdom

Anti-Brexit protesters gather to demand second referendum

Britons march in London demanding 'people's vote' to give public final say on UK's political future as EU talks stall.

Anti-Brexit protesters gather to demand second referendum

United Nations

UN pledges to eradicate peacekeeper sex abuse

Sex abuse scandals have caused immense damage to UN's reputation, particularly in Haiti and Central African Republic.

UN pledges to eradicate peacekeeper sex abuse

Yemen

Yemen is undeniably the world's worst humanitarian crisis: WFP

Chief of UN's food agency raises alert over Yemen's hunger crisis at the UN General Assembly as famine fears loom.

Yemen is undeniably the world's worst humanitarian crisis: WFP

Jerusalem

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas: 'Jerusalem is not for sale'

Palestinians now see US 'with new eyes' and it is no longer a fair mediator in the peace process, says Abbas.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas: 'Jerusalem is not for sale'

UNRWA

Palestinian refugee agency scrambles for funds after US cut

Arab and EU states expected to increase donations to UNRWA, as $185m required to keep agency running until end of 2018.

Palestinian refugee agency scrambles for funds after US cut

United Nations

UN General Assembly 2018: Key issues from Rohingya to North Korea

World leaders will descend on New York and tackle some of the most pressing issues of our time. What's expected?

UN General Assembly 2018: Key issues from Rohingya to North Korea

Ireland

The pope will meet child abuse survivors in Dublin. Is it enough?

Pope Francis to land in Ireland on Saturday, but the sexual abuse of children by Catholic figures overshadows his trip.

The pope will meet child abuse survivors in Dublin. Is it enough?

Refugees

What next for refugees after the Aquarius fallout?

Refugees hosted by Spain after Italian rejection start asylum efforts as EU to weigh North Africa processing centres.

What next for refugees after the Aquarius fallout?

Refugees

Sold as a 'slave', fleeing FGM, orphaned at 11: Lives of Aquarius

From seeing co-passengers drown to receiving emergency toys for children on board, stories from a now-famous journey.

Sold as a 'slave', fleeing FGM, orphaned at 11: Lives of Aquarius

Spain

Aquarius refugees and migrants disembark in Valencia port

Spain welcomes more than 600 people after Italy's far-right interior minister refused charity rescue boat.

Aquarius refugees and migrants disembark in Valencia port