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Why is Saudi Arabia in Yemen and what does it mean for Britain?

Why is Saudi Arabia in Yemen and what does it mean for Britain?

Key questions around Saudi involvement in Yemen and potential UK complicityIn March 2015 a Saudi-led coalition began bombing Houthi rebels who had forced Yemen’s president, Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi,
International Women's Day around the world – in pictures

International Women's Day around the world – in pictures

Rallies are taking place from Nepal to Spain to Pakistan to mark the ongoing fight for women’s equality Continue reading...
What about the men? Frankly, it depends why you're asking | Anne Marie Goetz and Rachel Dore-Weeks

What about the men? Frankly, it depends why you're asking | Anne Marie Goetz and Rachel Dore-Weeks

Improved protection for women affected by violence and poverty has led to calls for a renewed focus on men – but one approach must not outweigh the other, or years of progress will be undoneAs we
Gatwick Express honours women in International Women's Day announcements – video

Gatwick Express honours women in International Women's Day announcements – video

The Gatwick Express train service used public announcements to honour women on International Women's Day. The London service is using its displays to provide inspiring quotes, to the delight of
Where is the world’s noisiest city?

Where is the world’s noisiest city?

The ‘ignored pollutant’ can cause depression, stress, diabetes and heart attacks. What are cities doing to curb excess noise?The constant roar of traffic, incessant construction noise, piercing
'Believe in yourself, the rest will follow': five trailblazing women you've never heard of

'Believe in yourself, the rest will follow': five trailblazing women you've never heard of

From the farmer’s daughter who set up the only safari resort in the world run solely by women, to the first female Dalit to win a seat in Pakistan’s parliament, women who have challenged stereotypes
Care and midwifery in the world's most challenging places – in pictures

Care and midwifery in the world's most challenging places – in pictures

On International Women’s Day we celebrate the work of Unicef in supporting midwives and healthcare workers in some of the world’s most challenging countries to give birth Continue reading...
'This case has already been won':  White House on Donald Trump's relationship with porn star – video

'This case has already been won': White House on Donald Trump's relationship with porn star – video

The White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, has seemingly confirmed Donald Trump's contract with the porn star Stormy Daniels. Sanders said: 'This case has already been won in arbitration and
Myanmar government is rogue and evil, says Bangladesh minister

Myanmar government is rogue and evil, says Bangladesh minister

Finance minister doubts hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees can go homeA senior minister in Bangladesh has condemned the Myanmar government as “evil” and said he did not believe the hundreds of
Stormy Daniels: White House appears to confirm Trump contract with porn star

Stormy Daniels: White House appears to confirm Trump contract with porn star

The president’s press secretary mysteriously claimed Trump won a case ‘in arbitration’ against adult film actor who is suing himThe White House has made a mysterious claim that Donald Trump won a case

'We stand together': open letter on sexual misconduct in aid sector

The letter signed by more than 1,000 women aid workers urging reform Violence Against Women and Girls is endemic across all societies. The #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have exposed the level of
Cities, deconstructed: Hatakeyama's offbeat urban visions – in pictures

Cities, deconstructed: Hatakeyama's offbeat urban visions – in pictures

For 30 years, Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama has probed the intimate lives of cities – from the quarries where they are blasted from the rock to the secret subterranean rivers that sustain
'You need to hear us': over 1,000 female aid workers urge reform in open letter

'You need to hear us': over 1,000 female aid workers urge reform in open letter

Women unite in call for charities, donors and the UN to support and protect staff who report sexual misconductHave you encountered harassment in the aid sector? Share your storyMore than a thousand
Italy's first black senator: my election shows far right is not anti-immigration

Italy's first black senator: my election shows far right is not anti-immigration

Toni Iwobi, originally from Nigeria, says his election for the League shows far right party has no problem with ‘legal migration’Italy’s first black senator has said his election for the League has
European clocks lose six minutes after dispute saps power from electricity grid

European clocks lose six minutes after dispute saps power from electricity grid

A row between Kosovo and Serbia is draining energy from the continent’s 25-nation system, causing electronic clocks to fall behind Europeans who have been arriving late to work or school in recent
'Woefully off track': global goals leave behind over half the world's children

'Woefully off track': global goals leave behind over half the world's children

Sustainability agenda that pledged to maximise every child’s chances undermined by lack of data in some countries, says Unicef reportMore than half a billion of the world’s poorest children are
EU Brexit guidelines for trade propose Canada-style deal, with 'limited access' for banks, leak suggests - Politics live

EU Brexit guidelines for trade propose Canada-style deal, with 'limited access' for banks, leak suggests - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs and the publication of the EU’s draft Brexit guidelines for the UK-EU trade talks
Parsons Green tube passengers fled in ‘fear and panic’ after bomb attack, court told

Parsons Green tube passengers fled in ‘fear and panic’ after bomb attack, court told

Ahmed Hassan charged with attempted murder in attack last year that left 30 people injuredCommuters fled in “fear and panic” when a tube train was engulfed by a large fireball at Parsons Green in
Blocked by Trump on Twitter – now crusaders take their case to court

Blocked by Trump on Twitter – now crusaders take their case to court

Holly Figueroa O’Reilly has joined others in a lawsuit that accuses the president of violating her first amendment rights. Will she succeed?When Donald Trump took the nuclear option, it seemed funny
At least 7.7m Brazilians forced to leave homes since 2000, study finds

At least 7.7m Brazilians forced to leave homes since 2000, study finds

Georeferencing helps reveal the scale of impact from natural disasters and dam building At least 7.7 million Brazilians, or one every minute, have been forced to leave their homes since 2000, a