From seeing co-passengers drown to receiving emergency toys for children on board, stories from a now famous journey.
UN secretary-general spokesperson says fighting near Hudaida has resulted in displacement of 26,000 people.
Israeli authorities indict former energy minister for allegedly acting as an agent on behalf of Iranian intelligence.
Captain Kane scores a double to settle England's nerves in its opening game of the tournament.
Benjamin Netanyahu and King Abdullah II discuss regional developments, the two-state solution and bilateral relations.
Northwestern border crossing with Croatia briefly closed to prevent about 100 people from entering the European Union.
This year's Berlin Biennale poses important questions about otherness, power, violence and patriarchy.
Ankara says 'independent patrol' missions by Turkish and US forces under way, part of roadmap agreed by both countries.
Russia might benefit marginally from a collapsing Iran nuclear deal but it does not see it as a positive development.
The unconventional alliance between Erdogan's AK Party and MHP seeks to make him Turkey's first executive president.
if Saudi-led coalition takes the vital port of Hudaida, food imports for 70 percent of the population may be at risk.
Horst Seehofer backs down, says he will not bypass Angela Merkel by turning away migrants yet, awaiting EU solution.
Dambe has evolved from a sport belonging to a West African caste to a sensation enjoyed by tens of millions online.
Death sentence widely criticised, with many saying that 51-year-old Mohammad Salas did not receive a fair trial.
Hundreds protest against policy of separating children from those caught crossing the US-Mexico border.
Palestinians have been protesting Israeli occupation along the border by sending burning kites to the Israeli side.
Haftar's forces in bid to regain control of Ras Lanuf and Al-Sidra oil terminals in Libya's northeastern oil crescent.
Right-wing candidate, 41, has pledged to roll back parts of the landmark 2016 peace accord with the FARC group.
More than 200 injured by earthquake that struck during morning rush-hour in Osaka Prefecture, officials say.
Taliban announce they will resume fighting on Monday as the three-day ceasefire on Eid-al-Fitr comes to an end.
Fears of mass displacement grow as air raids by Saudi and Emirati-led coalition jets around Houthi-held city intensify.
Air strikes hit international airport near the port of Hudaida, a major gateway for aid to the famine-stricken country.
Foreign ministers sign deal in Greek village that would see Macedonia change its name to Republic of Northern Macedonia.
Official says 36 people, including Taliban, security officers and civilians among the victims in Nangarhar attack.
Houthi-linked officials deny claim by Yemeni army that Saudi-led coalition has captured Hudaida airport from rebels.
Billy Caldwell obtained the cannabis in Canada to help control his epileptic seizures.
China says it 'doesn't want a trade war', but must 'fight back' after US slaps tariffs on $50bn in Chinese imports.
US officials say 1,995 minors separated from parents or legal guardians over six weeks under sharply criticised policy.
Beijing says they will impose measures 'of the same scale and strength' after Washington announces tariffs.
Afghan defence ministry says Mullah Fazlullah, leader of Pakistan's Taliban, died in attack in northeastern Kunar.
UNSC expresses 'deep concern' over humanitarian situation, as Saudi, UAE forces continue offensive to capture Hudaida.
The retaliatory tariffs against US duties should be in place by late June or early July.
The first day of Eid al-Fitr celebrations will begin on Friday, June 15 in most Muslim countries.
UN Human Rights Office report accuses India and Pakistan of 'excessive use of force' and human rights abuses in Kashmir.
The resolution, backed by 120 countries, rejected a US bid to blame Hamas for the violence that has left 129 dead.