This isn't a full on humanitarian crisis yet but it soon could be.
Patients visiting a £6bn hospital in Qatar are being greeted by 14 giant bronze sculptures by Damien Hirst graphically charting the moment of conception to birth.
Up to 3,000 foreign doctors are being urgently checked after a fake psychiatrist was allowed to practise for 22 years with no qualification.
It may still be November, but as high streets start to fill up with festive shoppers and Christmas events, senior counter-terrorism bosses are calling on the public and retail staff to be extra vigilant.
Danny Dyer has expressed sympathy with Theresa May as he launched a furious attack on her critics.
Hip hop star Sean "Diddy" Combs has broken his silence three days after the death of ex, Kim Porter, with whom he had two children.
Since 2006 there have been more than 500 safety events recorded at Faslane, the home of the UK's nuclear deterrent, the MoD has revealed.
Theresa May will step up her fightback against moves by Conservative MPs to oust her with a hard-hitting speech to business leaders on immigration.
Four men have been taken to hospital after being stabbed during a fight in north London, police have said.
Enormous waves have been battering buildings on the north coast of Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands.
Nine suspected migrants - thought to be from Iran - have been picked up after landing near Folkestone Harbour in an inflatable boat.
Police have condemned the theft of medical supplies that were stolen from an ambulance while paramedics treated a patient in Edinburgh.
Gareth Thomas, former captain of the Wales international rugby union team, has received an apology from a teenager who attacked him for being homosexual.
A US navy officer on board a Norwegian navy frigate when it was hit by an oil tanker and later sank could be questioned as part of an investigation into the accident, according to reports.
Sophia Floersch, a 17-year-old Formula 3 driver, has fractured her spine in a horror crash during the Macau Grand Prix.
Donald Trump has said he has been fully briefed on a "vicious and terrible" audio recording of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but does not want to listen to it himself.
Albanian gangs operating at the "higher end of sophistication" are being linked to a surge in the number of trafficking victims brought to the UK.
November has been mild but it will be all change next week as an easterly flow draws in much colder air.
Facebook has found itself drawn into an escalating political row in Sri Lanka as opposition MPs accuse the ruling party of using data to launch a crackdown.