ITV News International Affairs Editor Rageh Omaar explains why the world must act now if it wants any chance of averting a catastrophe.Read the full story ›
Waiting desperately on rains that have not come for more than three years, Somaliland is standing on the brink of a catastrophic famine.Read the full story ›
The crisis in the virtually unknown country presents rare obstacles for aid as fears build of a preventable humanitarian catastrophe.Read the full story ›
Some 150 Somalis who had been approved to settle in the US after rigorous vetting are hoping that President Trump's ban is a temporary one.Read the full story ›
If Ethiopia could not get help to give its young people a job and then millions of them would migrate towards Europe, Priti Patel said.Read the full story ›
Aleppo sums up our failures on almost every account: morally, intellectually, strategically, militarily and in humanitarian terms.Read the full story ›
Several things are at play - including the issue of Iran - to make Barack Obama's trip to Saudi Arabia potentially awkward for both sides.Read the full story ›
Surprisingly, Tehran is the "nose job" capital of the world – with more procedures per person than even the home of Hollywood itself, LA.Read the full story ›
ITV News' Rageh Omaar is at Brussels airport, one of two locations to be hit by deadly terrorist attacks on Tuesday morning.
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