Ukrainian sapper Oleksandr Humenchak examines a Russian Uragan rocket containing cluster munitions that landed in fields in Kharkiv.

On most May mornings Volodymyr Khristoforov would be surveying fields near Kharkiv airport to see how his crops are faring as eastern Ukraine’s long w(...)

An Oireachtas committee was examining the issue of waiving intellectual property rights to Covid-19 vaccines. Photograph: Frederic Brown/AFP via Getty Images

The drugs industry was accused by Médecins sans Frontières on Wednesday of showing little interest in investing in vaccines unless and until it was f(...)

The car that carried María Hernández, Yohannes Halefom and Tedros Gebremariam before they were assassinated in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, outside Shewate Hegum, in June last year. Photograph via New York Times

As the fight intensified in northern Ethiopia in June last year, three aid workers from Médecins Sans Frontières jumped into their four-wheel drive an(...)

 The burnt out remains of a building destroyed by Russian army shelling in the second largest Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, in the east of the country on Sunday.  Photograph: Sergey Bobok/AFP via Getty Images)

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday his campaign in Ukraine was going to plan and would not end until Kyiv stopped fighting, as efforts to(...)

A Ukrainian military vehicle drives past a checkpoint in the eastern frontline of Kyiv  region, Ukraine, on Saturday. Photograph: Roman Pilipey/EPA

Russian president Vladimir Putin warned today that Ukrainian statehood is in jeopardy and likened the West’s sanctions on Russia to “declaring war”, w(...)

A nurse tends to a child inat an intensive care unit  at the Indira Gandhi Children’s Hospital in Kabul. Photograph: Jim Huylebroek/New York Times

Amena, seven months old, lay silently in her hospital crib amid the mewling of desperately ill infants in the malnutrition ward. Her mother, Balqisa, (...)

Falmata Bulama (30) has been displaced for seven years and her children have nothing to eat. Photograph: Sally Hayden

“We ran. That was how I survived and got to this place,” says Tijani Umara, a 65-year-old who fled the Islamic insurgent group Boko Haram seven years (...)

Aisha Mohammed and her two-year-old son, Umar, who is being treated for cholera. Photograph: Sally Hayden

It was the middle of the night when Aisha Mohammed noticed her two-year-old son, Umar, had started vomiting. Then he started “passing watery stool, li(...)

When Biden was inaugurated 47th president in January he spoke of turning a new page in the country and the world’s history. Photograph: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

In the broad sweep of 2021’s global politics, Ireland’s preoccupation with defending the Northern Ireland protocol may seem like a sideshow. Not least(...)

Revenue from brands, including McDonald’s, has grown about 60 per cent in the past 12 months at news analytics platform Newswhip. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

News analytics platform Newswhip has closed a $2.5 million (€2.2 million) debt funding round as the company seeks to accelerate its growth in the comi(...)

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