The coronavirus disease has infected at least 2.3 million people and killed more than 150,000 globally. Here are the updates for April 18:
Armed men carried out the bloodshed on Friday in the village of Ntumbo in the Northwest region, James Nunan, a local official of humanitarian coordination agency OCHA said.
A doctor who keeps a record of brutal airstrikes in Syria, despite knowing that nothing has been done to stop them, tells TRT World why he continues his work.
Heavy rains struck Kandahar city and six districts on Friday, engulfing up to 2,000 homes and sweeping away cars, the UN agency coordinating relief efforts says.
The assassination of Yemen's ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh by Houthi rebels as their alliance crumbled amid street clashes in the capital Sanaa has thrown the nearly three-year civil war into unpredictable chaos.
Some farmers have managed to adapt, but for millions of Kenyans the two-year drought is having a massive impact.
The latest UN report says Palestinian civilians suffer from violence, displacement, and restrictions on access to services.
Millions of people across Yemen are in dire need of immediate humanitarian aid as the civil war between government loyalists and Houthi rebels continues to cripple the country.
There is a silent victim caught in the operation to rid Daesh from Iraq's second largest city – the displaced population. United Nations highlights the urgent need for more funds, shelter, food and medical help as winter approaches.
United Nations has defended its actions, saying they were taken "in accordance with the core humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independence."
Food and medical supplies finally arrive in the Homs province in Syria where people have died due to lack of humanitarian aid.
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