Princess Diana reaction to "loose cannon" jab goes viral—"Burst into tears"
A 1997 archive clip of Diana responding to criticism from a government minister has gone viral after being uploaded to TikTok.
Princess Diana silences New York heckler in rare resurfaced video
A little known video of the princess being confronted during a speech in New York in 1995 has gone viral on social media.
Meghan, Harry Foundation Receives Award From Afghan Refugee Organization
The Human First Coalition was founded to provide humanitarian assistance to refugees after the United States' withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Help Yemen's Children End Civil War
Their wish for lasting peace must be heard and granted.
Turkish Invasion of Kurdish Syria Will Be 'Disastrous': Human Rights Watch
Turkey wants to clear Kurdish armed forces away from its southern border in "Operation Peace Spring."
Concern for Religious Non-Profits After Prosecution of Humanitarian Worker
"The criminalization of humanitarian aid work is very frightening," one worker told Newsweek. "That has wide-reaching implications for many groups of people."
Humanitarian Horror of Hiroshima Aftermath Revealed
Orphans of the bomb share their stories 75 years on.
U.S. to Review North Korea Travel Ban
Humanitarian groups have warned that sanctions block aid to the impoverished nation.
Yemen War Bringing 'World's Worst Humanitarian Crisis'
Besides the tens of thousands killed and wounded, another million people are suffering from cholera in what the WHO called the largest epidemic of the disease in modern history.
Israel Closes Crossing Point Into Gaza, Blames Hamas
The move tightens the blockade on Gaza, which has been in place since 2007.
Saudi Coalition Causes Most Child Deaths in Yemen
The U.N. also found Saudi Arabia responsible for 349 child deaths and 333 injuries in Yemen in 2016.
Shortages in Puerto Rico—and How You Can Help
Cash is king for donations, but some items and volunteering are also welcome.
North Korea: Warmbier Released for Humanitarian Reasons
Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years hard labor in North Korea, but he was released after 18 months.
Angelina Jolie Stresses Commitment to 'Imperfect' U.N.
The Hollywood actress called for a renewed commitment to the "imperfect" world body and to diplomacy to settle conflicts.
Thousands of Syrians Returning to East Aleppo: U.N.
Residents are coming back to see the damage despite the U.N. urging people not to return.
U.N. Launches Record $22.2 Billion Appeal for 2017
Most of the money will go to address crises in Syria, Yemen, Iraq and South Sudan.
Russia Accuses Boris Johnson of 'Russophobic Hysteria'
Moscow took Johnson's criticism over the air convoy bombing to heart.
Remembering Michael Elliott: Former Newsweek Editor
The media world has lost one of its most positive forces.
U.K. Must Address Humanitarian Tragedy in Iraq Today
The U.K. must dedicate as much to humanitarian efforts in Iraq as it did to waging war.
Ellen Gets Humanitarian Award, Donation for St. Jude
Degeneres has chosen to give the $200,000 donation associated with the People's Choice "favorite humanitarian" award to St. Jude.
U.N.: Thousands of Migrants Adrift in Asian Seas Must be Rescued
Several thousand migrants, many of them hungry and sick, are adrift in boats in Southeast Asian seas and governments of the region must rescue them quickly to avert a "massive humanitarian crisis," the U.N. says.
UNICEF Predicts 62 Million Kids Will Need Help in 2015
UNICEF is launching its largest appeal for funds ever to help children at risk from crises such as the Ebola outbreak and fighting in Syria and Ukraine.
Russian 'Humanitarian Convoy' Heads for Separatist Moldovan Region
The move follows the formation of a pro-EU coalition government, despite the pro-Russian Socialist party getting the most votes
Israel Declares Ceasefire Over Following Clash, as 50 Die in Shelling
The ceasefire collapsed just hours after it began as hospital officials said at least 50 Palestinians were killed by Israeli shelling in Rafah