Aid organizations, rights groups, and lawmakers have slammed Riyadh’s obstruction of aid deliveries.
Images from the front lines of Africa's battle with climate change.
Aid advocates voice concern that State Department experts are being sidelined in first daughter’s foreign-policy debut.
U.N. officials hope former South Carolina governor, David Beasley, can persuade his D.C. friends to spare the food agency from the White House budget axe.
The crisis comes as the United States weighs sharp cuts to U.N. humanitarian aid programs
The U.N. voted to send monitors to Aleppo. But some fear such moves could be too little, too late.
Failed ceasefires have become a common occurrence in Syria. The latest deal could be the last best hope for civilians and embattled rebels — if it holds.
Iraqi forces are on the cusp of liberating Mosul from the Islamic State. And the international community is bracing for impact.
The Iraqi Army’s push to retake the northern city could trigger a vast humanitarian crisis and fuel the country’s deep sectarian divide.
The Gaza director of a high-profile charity allegedly transferred tens of millions of dollars to Hamas.
Abdul Sattar Edhi was his country’s greatest living hero. Here’s hoping that his legacy persists in the hands of a new generation of humanitarians.