Maybe it’s a generational thing, but when I hear about how my parents’ generation got to study at university for free, I can’t help but think, “why has that changed?” Why does the opportunity for young people to study a topic of their choice with the ambition to pursue a career now come at the cost of thousands and thousands of pounds.
On average, a rhino is killed for its horn every 22 hours in South Africa.
Israel is world-leading in its vaccination rates but has blocked doses promised to Palestinians.
Millions of global citizens are facing diplomatic, financial and logistical hurdles to their vaccine procurement.
Over 91 vulnerable nations have opted to take part in a World Health Organisation (WHO)-backed scheme called COVAX.
Since 2018 the kidnapped Emirati Princess has been languishing in solitary confinement at the behest of her father. Now, thanks to her friends releasing footage of her to the BBC, the world is watching.