A famine has been declared in South Sudan today. 100,000 people are facing starvation and three UN agencies are warning that anoth one-million people are heading the same way.
So called Islamic State is claiming a British suicide bomber has blown up a vehicle full of explosives near the Iraqi city of Mosul.
The Islamist group named the bomber as Abu Zakariya al-Britani.
Donald Trump's facing renewed criticism after suggesting a terrorist attack took place in Sweden over the weekend.
It's emerged his comments were sparked by a TV show he watched on Friday night and NOT a specific incident.
North Korea says the Malaysian investigation into the death of leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother cannot be trusted.
Four people are being questioned about the killing of Kim Jong-nam at Kuala Lumpur's main airport a week ago.
Pyongyang is also suggesting he's not the victim.
Chatting on the phone is apparently enough to keep close female friendships, but has no effect on boys at all.
A study by Oxford University has looked at whether a group of teenagers kept in touch after leaving home to start university or work.
We're being told it's going to get harder to find illegally streamed live football matches and pirated music.
Google and Bing have signed up to a voluntary code of practice which will mean disreputable sites will be demoted down your results list.
The U.S. Defence Secretary insists America is "not in Iraq to seize anybody's oil".
General James Mattis has arrived in the capital Baghdad to get a first-hand assessment of the fight against Islamic State.