Guatemala

'Be careful with the little girl. Dig around her'

One week after a volcano eruption left at least 110 dead in Guatemala, families face an agonising wait at the morgue.

 Fuego eruption: A week on, rescue workers recover buried bodies

Volcano

Fuego volcano's child survivors: 'Mummy, I don't want to die'

Psychologists warn children are the most at risk of PTSD, as survivors of the deadly eruption cope with the trauma.

Fuego volcano's child survivors: 'Mummy, I don't want to die'

Syria's War

Syrian air raids 'kill 16' in rebel-held Idlib

Attacks on villages surrounding government-controlled pocket kill at least 16, including young girl, White Helmets says.

Syrian forces launch deadly air raids in Idlib

Humanitarian crises

Week in pictures: From G7 Summit to Gaza protests

A photo round-up of some of last week's events, including Guatemala's volcano eruption and the Kim-Trump summit.

Week in pictures: From G7 Summit to Gaza protests

Syria's War

'Russian' air attacks kill dozens in Syria's Idlib

Moscow denies its role in the overnight bombing of Zardana village that killed 44 people, including six children.

Syria: 'Russian' warplanes bomb rebel-held Idlib, dozens dead

Human Rights

Afghanistan: Who controls what

More than a decade after the fall of the Taliban in 2001, the armed group is still active across Afghanistan.

Afghanistan: Who controls what

Humanitarian crises

Death toll from Tunisia migrant shipwreck tops 100

Death toll from the sinking of the boat near Kerkennah Islands has risen to 112, IOM says.

Death toll from Tunisia migrant shipwreck tops 100

War & Conflict

Week in pictures: From protests in Nicaragua to Honduras

A photo round-up of some of last week's events, including killing of medical volunteer Razan al-Najjar in Gaza.

Week in pictures: From protests in Nicaragua to Honduras

In the Field

Daily life in Gaza: 'There is no future in this place'

Gaza residents give an insight into their daily lives under Israel's siege.

Human Rights

The body collectors of Mosul

A group of 30 volunteers has collected more than 1,200 dead bodies from beneath of the rubble of the destroyed city.

Mosul's body collectors

Child rights

Half the world's children at risk from poverty, war

Conditions faced by children worsened in 40 countries last year, new Save the Children study says.

Human Rights

Trials of ISIL widows in Iraq

Up to 1,000 women are on trial in Iraq for 'joining and supporting' the ISIL armed group.

Trials of ISIL widows in Iraq

Humanitarian crises

Gaza residents show support for boat in bid to break Israel siege

Vessel attempting to break 12-year blockade as part of Great Match of Return carried patients, students and activists.

Gaza residents show support for boat in bid to break Israel siege

Humanitarian crises

South Sudan: Aid agencies struggle to reach those in need

Recent fighting between government and opposition forces has exacerbated the existing crisis with the number of people needing aid expected to reach seven million.

Human Rights

UN slams Algeria for expelling African migrants

The UN urged the Algerian authorities to stop with the expulsion of the migrants and refugees.

UN criticises Algeria for expelling African migrants